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What channel is the Super Bowl on? Eagles vs. Chiefs time, TV schedule, streaming for 2023

It all comes down to Super Bowl Sunday, but unlike last year, the two franchises still standing already have some championship experience.

LIVE: Follow Eagles vs. Chiefs updates from Super Bowl 57

The Chiefs won Super Bowl 54 and are looking for their second title in four years, while the Eagles won their first Super Bowl five years ago and are looking for No. 2 with a few of the same players. 

Both teams are loaded with talent, including some of the league’s best offensive weapons in Travis Kelce and A.J. Brown, but the narrative naturally comes down to the two quarterbacks.

The superhuman Patrick Mahomes is 1-1 in Super Bowls and hasn’t looked his best on this stage, but he has a chance to win two championships before the age of 28. Jalen Hurts, on the other hand, is looking to cap a breakout season by etching his name in NFL history and becoming a Super Bowl-winning quarterback at only 24 year old.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who coached the Eagles for 14 years and developed a reputation for not being able to win the big games, can claim his second Super Bowl win in his Hall of Fame career.

Eagles coach Nick Sirianni might not be the premier name Reid is, but the 41-year-old has gotten Philadelphia this far with his confidence and isn’t likely to be intimidated by the bright lights in Arizona.

MORE: Watch Super Bowl 57 live with fuboTV (free trial)

Here’s all you need to know to watch Super Bowl 57 between the Chiefs and Eagles.

What channel is the Super Bowl on today?

  • TV channel (national): Fox
  • TV channel (Philadelphia): WTXF (Channel 29)
  • TV channel (Kansas City): WDAF (Channel 4)
  • TV channel (Canada): CTV, TSN
  • Live stream: Fox Sports app, fuboTV, DAZN (Canada)

Super Bowl 57 will be broadcast on Fox, with Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play) and Greg Olsen (color analyst). It will be the first Super Bowl in the broadcast booth for Burkhardt and Olsen, who stepped up to the No. 1 slot when Joe Buck and Troy Aikman left Fox for ESPN last year.

Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will serve as the sideline reporters for Super Bowl 57, with Mike Pereira adding commentary as the broadcast’s officiating expert.

Fox last broadcasted the Super Bowl three years ago, when the Chiefs won their first championship in 50 years.

Pregame and postgame duties will be handled by Fox’s longtime studio team, including Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, and Jimmy Johnson. The group will be joined by former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. Bradshaw will hand the Lombardi Trophy over to the winning team shortly after the game ends.

Viewers looking for their local Fox channels in the United States’ 25 biggest television markets can find it below.

Market Fox affiliate (digital/virtual channel)
New York WNYW (5)
Los Angeles KTTV (11)
Chicago WFLD (32)
Philadelphia WTXF-TV (29)
Dallas-Ft. Worth KDFW (4)
San Francisco/Bay area KTVU (2)
Atlanta WAGA-TV (5)
Houston KRIV (26)
Washington D.C. WTTG (5)
Boston WFXT (25)
Phoenix KSAZ-TV (10)
Seattle KCPQ (13)
Tampa WTVT (13)
Minneapolis KMSP-TV (9)
Detroit WJBK (2)
Denver KDVR (31)
Orlando WOFL (35)
Miami WSVN (7)
Cleveland WJW-TV (8)
Sacramento KTXL (40)
Charlotte WJZY (46)
Portland KPTV (12)
St. Louis KTVI (2)
Pittsburgh WPGH-TV (53)
Baltimore WBFF (45)

Super Bowl 2023 TV schedule

Fans looking for a full day of Super Bowl 57 coverage can check out the full schedule of events on Sunday, across a number of networks (all times are Eastern): 

Time Program Network
9:00 a.m. “GameDay Morning” NFL Network
Noon “Road to the Super Bowl” Fox
1 p.m. Fox Super Bowl 57 Pregame Fox
6:30 p.m. Super Bowl 57 kickoff Fox
10 p.m. Fox Super Bowl 57 Postgame Show Fox/FS1

Super Bowl 2023 streaming options

There are several streaming options to watch Super Bowl 57 between the Chiefs and Eagles.

  • FuboTV: FuboTV, which carries Fox, offers a free trial
  • DAZN: Canadian viewers can stream the Super Bowl with a DAZN subscription.
  • Fox Sports app: The Fox Sports app will stream Super Bowl 57 for free this year.
  • SlingTV
  • YouTube TV
  • Hulu+ Live Sports
  • DirecTV Stream

Super Bowl 2023 radio stations

Westwood One is the official carrier of Super Bowl 57, meaning affiliates across the country will be carrying Super Bowl 57 over the station. Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) and Kurt Warner (color analyst) will be on the call over the radio. 

To find your local Westwood One radio affiliate, use the station’s locator tool here.


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