What channel is the Super Bowl on today? Time, TV, streaming schedule for Chiefs-49ers

Four years ago, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in South Florida. Tonight, the two meet again in Las Vegas in the biggest sporting event on the American calendar.

That 31-20 win in 2020 marked the beginning of an era of dominance for the Chiefs. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP after leading a 10-point fourth-quarter comeback with two touchdown passes, and coach Andy Reid won his first Lombardi Trophy. Alongside star tight end Travis Kelce (who, yes, is dating Taylor Swift), the Chiefs would make four of the five Super Bowls this decade. They won their second championship last season in a 38-35 back-and-forth bout with the Philadelphia Eagles, with Mahomes again claiming MVP honors after throwing three TDs.

The 49ers haven't been slouches since that loss. Led by head coach Kyle Shanahan, the Niners have made the conference championship round the past three seasons. Brock Purdy has gone from "Mr. Irrelevant" as the last pick in the 2022 NFL Draft to an MVP finalist quarterback. He leads a high-octane offense featuring fellow MVP candidate running back Christian McCaffrey, a passing and blocking threat in tight end George Kittle, pass-catching receiver Brandon Aiyuk and do-everything wideout Deebo Samuel.

How to stream: Here's how to watch Super Bowl 58 live on fuboTV (free trial)

But that's just the beginning of the intrigue surrounding Super Bowl 58. Swifties will be furiously monitoring flight trackers all weekend to see if Taylor Swift will make it from her Tokyo concert to Allegiant Stadium in time for kickoff. Usher will set the stage on fire at the halftime show. And in between all that are the ads, which for plenty of TV viewers matter most of all. And hey, if you're seeking a way to get your kids into the game, flip over to Nickelodeon for analysis from SpongeBob and Patrick.

Here's everything you need to know about the game, including time, TV and streaming info and more:

What time is the Super Bowl?

  • When: 6:30 p.m. Sunday, February 11

  • Where: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada

Super Bowl 58 between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers is scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, February 11. The game will be played at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

What channel is the Super Bowl on?

  • TV: CBS (check local listings) and Nickelodeon (Channel 299 in East or 300 in West on DirecTV, Channel 170 on Dish)

  • Streaming: Paramount+ (7-day free trial), fuboTV (7-day free trial), YouTube TV (2-week free trial), Hulu + Live TV (7-day free trial)

Super Bowl 58 between the 49ers and Chiefs will air on CBS. Jim Nantz will be the play-by-play announcer with Tony Romo as analyst and Tracy Wolfson as sideline reporter.

There will also be a kid-focused broadcast on Nickelodeon with Noah Eagle as the play-by-play commentator, Nate Burleson providing analysis and SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star lending their voices in the booth. "SpongeBob" characters Sandy Cheeks and Larry the Lobster will be "reporting" from the field in Las Vegas.

Streaming options include fuboTV, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.

Super Bowl betting odds

Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of Friday, February 9.

  • Spread: 49ers (-2)

  • Over/under: 47.5 points

  • Moneyline: 49ers -130, Chiefs +110

49ers schedule



Sunday, Sept. 10

at Pittsburgh Steelers: W 30-7

Sunday, Sept. 17

at Los Angeles Rams: W 30-23

Thursday, Sept. 21

vs. New York Giants: W 30-12

Sunday, Oct. 1

vs. Arizona Cardinals: W 35-16

Sunday, Oct. 8

vs. Dallas Cowboys: W 42-10

Sunday, Oct. 15

at Cleveland Browns: L 19-17

Monday, Oct. 23

at Minnesota Vikings: L 22-17

Sunday, Oct. 29

vs. Cincinnati Bengals: L 31-17

Sunday, Nov. 5


Sunday, Nov. 12

at Jacksonville Jaguars: W 34-3

Sunday, Nov. 19

vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: W 27-14

Thursday, Nov. 23

at Seattle Seahawks: W 31-13

Sunday, Dec. 3

at Philadelphia Eagles: W 42-19

Sunday, Dec. 10

vs. Seattle Seahawks: W 28-16

Sunday, Dec. 17

at Arizona Cardinals: W 45-29

Monday, Dec. 25

vs. Baltimore Ravens: L 33-19

Sunday, Dec. 31

at Washington Commanders: W 27-10

Sunday, Jan. 7

vs. Los Angeles Rams: L 21-20

Saturday, Jan. 20

vs. Green Bay Packers*: W 24-21

Sunday, Jan. 28

vs. Detroit Lions^: W 34-31

Sunday, Feb. 11

vs. Kansas City Chiefs#

Chiefs schedule



Thursday, Sept. 7

vs. Detroit Lions: L 21-20

Sunday, Sept. 17

at Jacksonville Jaguars: W 17-9

Sunday, Sept. 24

vs. Chicago Bears: W 41-10

Sunday, Oct. 1

at New York Jets: W 23-20

Sunday, Oct. 8

at Minnesota Vikings: W 27-20

Thursday, Oct. 12

vs. Denver Broncos: W 19-8

Sunday, Oct. 22

vs. Los Angeles Chargers: W 31-17

Sunday, Oct. 29

at Denver Broncos: L 24-9

Sunday, Nov. 5

vs. Miami Dolphins@: W 21-14

Sunday, Nov. 12


Monday, Nov. 20

vs. Philadelphia Eagles: L 21-17

Sunday, Nov. 26

at Las Vegas Raiders: W 31-17

Sunday, Dec. 3

at Green Bay Packers: L 27-19

Sunday, Dec. 10

vs. Buffalo Bills: W 20-17

Sunday, Dec. 17

at New England Patriots: W 27-17

Monday, Dec. 25

vs. Las Vegas Raiders: L 20-14

Sunday, Dec. 31

vs. Cincinnati Bengals: W 25-17

Sunday, Jan. 7

at Los Angeles Chargers: W 13-12

Saturday, Jan. 13

vs. Miami Dolphins%: W 26-7

Sunday, Jan. 21

at Buffalo Bills*: W 27-24

Sunday, Jan. 28

at Baltimore Ravens^: W 17-10

Sunday, Feb. 11

vs. San Francisco 49ers#

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