Super Bowl LIII (53)

February 3, 2019 at 6:30 PM ET

Super Bowl 53, Atlanta, Georgia - February 3, 2019

Super Bowl LII (also known as Super Bowl 53) will be held on Sunday, February 3, 2019, at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia. Kickoff time is scheduled for 6:30 PM ET. The New England Patriots will face off with the Los Angeles Rams.

Learn how to get tickets, where to stay and the best places to eat, drink and buy fan gear. If you're watching from home, find out what channels will carry the Super Bowl on TV so you can watch from home.

Get Ready for the Big Game

The NFL season is in full swing and February 3, 2019 is approaching fast. If you're planning to attend the game in person, you need to buy tickets now. Learn how to buy tickets for the SuperBowl through Ticketmaster and other outlets. Plus, learn about the best local hotels, restaurants and things to do in Atlanta. If you're planning to stay at home and watch with family and friends, learn how to watch on TV, online and via streaming services.

How Much are Tickets?

The average Superbowl ticket costs around $6,800. Official game day tickets are available through NFL OnLocation Experiences. Tickets are also available through various other reseller outlets as well. View the current pricing packages for Super Bowl Tickets to find out how much they cost.

How to Watch the Big Game on TV

The CBS Network owns the broadcasting rights for the 2019 Superbowl. CBS will broadcast on TV, streaming services and their Sports website. The specific channel will depend on your local carrier. Kickoff is set for 6:30 PM ET. The pregame broadcast usually begins about an hour before kickoff.

Buy NFL Fan Gear

If you're a die hard football fan, learn how to buy fan gear from the NFL Shop and other shops like Fanatic. Get the latest gear to make sure you're ready to watch the big game in style. You'll find everything from official team jerseys and game footballs, to hats, clothing and much more.

Super Bowl, NFL and Football Facts and Statistics

Every true football fan loves facts and statistics. Check out our Facts section for lists such as a List of Super Bowl Games and a List of NFL Football Teams. We'll be adding a lot more as the big game draws near.

Get to Know Atlanta, Georgia

If you're coming to watch the game in person, it's time to start getting familiar with the host city, Atlanta, GA. The city will host the Super Bowl for the first time since the year 2000. The Metro Atlanta area is packed full of great hotels, restaurants and fun things to do. Start planning your trip and be sure to book your travel early.

Where to Stay - The Best Hotels

Atlanta, Georgia is fourth in the nation with more than 75,000 hotel rooms in the city. If you're planning to attend the Super Bowl or any of the related functions in 2019, be sure to book your hotel room early. Read this article to find out the best places to stay.

Where to Eat, Drink and Watch

Atlanta has a very diverse restaurant scene that includes everything to high end to food trucks that are ready to satisfy any palette. Read our recommendations for the best places to eat and drink near the stadium as well as suggestions for places to watch the big game.

Things to Do in Atlanta

The city is filled with fun things to do for visitors of any age. Be sure to arrive a few days early and visit some of the hot spots including the Georgia Aquarium, Piedmont Park, CNN Center, Atlantic Station, Underground and the many shops and restaurants on Peachtree Street.