Who’s going to win Super Bowl 58, the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs?
Will the winner go to Disney World in Orlando?
If Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is picked to visit the “most magical place on Earth,” what are the odds he’ll bring his main squeeze Taylor Swift?
Burning questions, we know, and we’ll find out Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 11. Here’s what we do know about the game, Swift and Kelce’s plans to see each other, and the long-running “I’m going to Disney World!” tradition.
Super Bowl Sunday is America’s unofficial national holiday. Even people who care less about the NFL watch the Super Bowl for — take your pick — the commercials, the halftime show with this year’s performer Usher, the pregame show, the parties and because there is nothing else on TV during that time slot. All are why the Super Bowl is the top-rated television show every year, and Super Bowl broadcasts fill the list of the Top 10 watched TV programs of all time.
Four years ago, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in South Florida. On Super Bowl Sunday — America’s unofficial national holiday — the two meet again in Las Vegas in the biggest sporting event in the country.
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.