- The Kansas City Chiefs go up against San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas.
- The game will kick off at around 10am for Australian east coast audiences.
- Usher will headline the half time show, watched by millions around the world.
Fans of pop star Taylor Swift are also expected to boost audience viewing numbers —115 million last year — as they watch to spot her cheering on boyfriend and Chiefs player Travis Kelce.
However, it’s not just about the NFL game. The halftime performance captivates local and international audiences alike.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 58th Super Bowl and how to watch it in Australia:
What time does the Super Bowl start in Australia?
In Australia, times vary depending on the state that you’re in:
- 10:30am for Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and the ACT
- 10am for South Australian audiences
- 9:30am in Queensland
- 9am in the Northern Territory
- 7:30am for Western Australia
Where can I watch the Super Bowl?
For those wanting to watch it remotely, it will also be available on Seven’s streaming platform 7plus as well as KAYO and Foxtel.
Who is performing the Super Bowl half-time show and when?
The eight-time Grammy award-winner previously appeared as a surprise guest in 2011, alongside the Black Eyed Peas.
Usher will take stage at:
- 12pm AEDT time for Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and ACT.
- 11:30am in South Australia
- 11am in Queensland
- 10:30am in the Northern Territory
- 9am in Western Australia.
– with Reuters