Super Bowl 2020 Guide: Kickoff Time, Predictions and Halftime Show

Super Bowl LIV pits the N.F.C. champion San Francisco 49ers against the A.F.C. champion Kansas City Chiefs. Here is a look ahead.

The official broadcast will begin at 6:30 p.m. Eastern from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., with kickoff expected to be closer to 6:40.

The game will be broadcast on Fox and will be streamed on FoxSports.com and the Fox Sports app. It can also be viewed through various subscription streaming services like FuboTV, YouTube TV and Hulu Live.

Oddsmakers have made the Chiefs 1.5-point favorites, meaning they expect this to be one of the closest matchups in Super Bowl history. It is just the fourth time in 54 Super Bowls that the official line has predicted a margin of victory of less than 2 points. We broke down the matchup, predicting a narrow 49ers victory.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will headline the halftime show, a cultural event that occasionally gets as much or more buzz as the game itself. The production value will likely be high, but unlike the 1995 halftime show, this one is unlikely to have an Indiana Jones theme, snakes and Patti LaBelle. “It was like a Broadway play back in the day,” LaBelle said. “Today you go out there, you have your three- or four-song set, you do it and you go home.”