Super Bowl 2017, more commonly known as Super Bowl 51 (LI), is getting closer and will feature the AFC champion New England Patriots against the NFC champion Atlanta Falcons.
The Super Bowl this season will go back indoors at Houston's NRG Stadium, as the Super Bowl in 2016 took place in the elements of Northern California and Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium.
Here's all you need to know about the Super Bowl in 2017.
WHEN IS SUPER BOWL 2017?
Super Bowl 51 will take place Sunday, Feb. 5.
WHERE IS SUPER BOWL 2017?
Super Bowl 51 will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, home of the Texans.
WHAT TIME DOES SUPER BOWL 2017 START?
Super Bowl 51 will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET.
WHAT CHANNEL IS SUPER BOWL 2017 ON?
Fox will broadcast Super Bowl 51, with Troy Aikman and Joe Buck on the call; Erin Andrews and Chris Myers will be on the sidelines.
WHAT ARE THE ODDS FOR SUPER BOWL 2017?
The Patriots remain the favorites to reach and win Super Bowl 51.
HOW CAN I STREAM SUPER BOWL 2017 ONLINE?
Super Bowl 51 will be available on the Fox Sports Go app.
WHO WILL PERFORM THE SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW IN 2017?
Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl halftime show ... or, the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl Halftime Show, as it will officially be called. It will be Lady Gaga's second time performing on a Super Bowl stage after she sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.
WHO WILL PERFORM THE SUPER BOWL 2017 NATIONAL ANTHEM?
Country music star Luke Bryan will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 51. Excited to perform the National Anthem on @NFL's biggest stage #SB51. See y'all in Houston. pic.twitter.com/MIbk2gJbah — Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) January 22, 2017
Source: Sporting News