Atlanta Falcons' Matt Ryan celebrates after the NFL football NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in Atlanta. The Falcons won 44-21 to advance to Super Bowl LI. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Everything about it is super – the teams, the atmosphere, the price for tickets.
This Super Bowl – officially Super Bowl LI (51) – features a veteran championship team and a rising star team, a new set of viral commercials and a halftime performance by a pop icon.
As for all the other details, here’s what you need to know about this year’s game.
Super Bowl LI will be played at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
When is the game?
Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017
What time does the game start?
The game is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. ET.
What about the pre-game show?
It is set to start at 11 a.m. ET on Fox. The coverage will include a sit-down interview with President Donald Trump. Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly will conduct the interview, and, according to Fox, it should air around 4 p.m. ET.
What channel is it on; is there a live stream?
The game will be broadcast on Fox. To watch it online, go to Fox Sports Go.
Who are the announcers:
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews and Chris Myers
A 30-second commercial for Super Bowl LI costs $5 million, according to Variety, $166,666 per second. A 30-second ad for the first Super Bowl in 1967 cost $42,000, or $1,400 per second.
How much do tickets cost?
The least expensive ticket on Ticketmaster is $5,000. That ticket is for an end-zone seat – one end-zone seat. The most expensive ticket is $11,994. That’s a sideline seat.
Who is staring in the halftime show?
Lady Gaga will star in the halftime show.
Fox will offer a "Be the Player" feature, Intel technology that allows viewers "to get inside the helmet of any player on the field.” Thirty-eight Ultra High Definition cameras will be placed around the perimeter of the field to allow producers to replicate a player’s perspective for the home viewing audience.
Fox will use a total of 70 cameras during the game, including 24 cameras installed in the end-zone pylons.