Super Bowl 2020 Live : Super Bowl LIV is almost here. The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have reached the summit of the NFL and will square off Sunday for the title. The Chiefs are making their first appearance in the game in 50 years, while the 49ers can tie the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots for the most Super Bowl wins of any franchise.
Each coach can also make their mark on history with a win. The Chiefs’ Andy Reid is looking to shed his place as the winningest coach never to win a Super Bowl, and the 49ers’ Kyle Shanahan could become one half of the first father-son duo to win titles as coaches if he can follow in his father Mike Shanahan’s footsteps.
There’s always a chance that any game will go down to the final minutes, but the odds are even higher when the spread is only 1.5 points, which is what the Kansas City Chiefs are favored by in their matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. It certainly seems like the odds are in our favor. One of the best defenses in the league (49ers) will square off against one of the league’s best offenses (Chiefs) in the final game of the NFL’s 100th season, and you can find out exactly how to catch all the action below.
Patrick Mahomes powering Andy Reid’s offense is a sight to behold, yet the 49ers defense has been known to suffocate even the most dynamic opponent, which is why oddsmakers have made the line so small. There are plenty of storylines in 49ers vs. Chiefs, such as how the legendary Bill Walsh factors into the success of both franchises. It’s his success decades ago that has led to success of Andy Reid and Kyle Shanahan today, the latter being taught Walsh’s scheme by his father, Mike Shanahan, who himself has three Super Bowl victories to his name.
The younger Shanahan wants desperately to grab his first, and hasn’t forgotten how close he came not long ago as offensive coordinator for a Falcons team that coughed up a 28-3 lead against the New England Patriots, and ultimately the Lombardi.
Super Bowl LIV will be streamed on Fox Sports and Fox Now across multiple devices. The game will also be streamed on NFL.com, NFL Mobile and the Yahoo Sports app. Subscribers to FuboTV, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV can also watch the game online.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will co-headline the halftime show. The performance will mark the first one coordinated by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation since the company struck a deal with the NFL to curate musical acts for the league’s various events.