Super Bowl LVII is LIVE on ESPN this Monday February 13 where The NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles – featuring Aussies Jordan Mailata and Arryn Siposs – will collide with the AFC Champion, Kansas City Chiefs for the Vince Lombardi Trophy at State Farm Stadium, Arizona. 

Super Bowl LVII is one of the most highly anticipated NFL championship matchups of all time.

Philadelphia and Kansas City were the two dominant sides in the NFL this season, finishing the regular season with identical 14-3 records.

ESPN viewers will experience the most in-depth coverage and behind-the-scenes access to the pinnacle event, with the game itself being called exclusively for Australian and New Zealand audiences by ESPN’s Steve Levy, Dan Orlovsky and Louis Riddick inside State Farm Stadium.

ESPN SportsCenter hosts Charly Arnolt, Phil Murphy and Aaron Atayde will also anchor ESPN’s coverage from the Super Bowl LVII sideline.

The trio will bring to life all the colour and excitement of Super Bowl LVII from 9.00am AEDT with SC: NFL Blitz Super Bowl LVII Pre Show, before Super BowlLVII begins at 10am AEDT.

ESPN will also have the spectacular Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Half-TimeShow that sees Rihanna unleash her incredible music catalogue that promises to be a half-time show unlike anything that we’ve seen before.

The Eagles-Chiefs showdown is not just a matchup of the two best teams all season, but also two of the top quarterbacks in the NFL – Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts and Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes.

Hurts enters his first Super Bowl with expectation on his shoulders, whilst Mahomes enters his third, having already steered the Chiefs to Super Bowl triumph in 2020.

Brothers Jason Kelce (Eagles) and Travis Kelce (Chiefs) will also collide, the first time brothers have played on opposing sides in a Super Bowl.

Philadelphia secured a Super Bowl berth in convincing fashion, downing the New York Giants 38-7 and San Francisco 49ers 31-7.

The Eagles were last NFL Champions in 2018, 41-33, winning against the New England Patriots – Super Bowl LVII is their third Super Bowl appearance since 2005.

Kansas City Chiefs come into Super Bowl LVII on the back of a seven game winning run.

The Chiefs held their nerve in the playoffs to see off Jacksonville and Cincinnati to take their place in the Super Bowl.

Kansas City gained revenge for their defeat in the AFC Championship last season to the Bengals, winning a thrilling affair 23-20.

The Chiefs have now made three of the last four Super Bowl’s, lifting the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 2020. They were defeated by Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021.

**ESPN Talent is available for interview by request** 

Super Bowl LVII is live on ESPN from 10am AEDT on Monday February 13, in an exclusive ESPN broadcast for Australia and New Zealand.

Super Bowl LVII on ESPN 

Monday February 13

6am AEDT, Memphis Grizzlies vs Boston Celtics, ESPN
8.30am AEDT, SportsCenter Australia/New Zealand, ESPN
9.00am AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz: Super Bowl LVII Pre Show, ESPN
10.00am AEDT, Super Bowl LVII, ESPN
2.30pm AEDT, NFL PrimeTime, ESPN
4.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LVII, ESPN (Replay)

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and Sky NZ

Media Release – ESPN