The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will face off against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV (55) Super Bowl LV is the 55th Super Bowl and will decide the champion for the NFL's 2020 and 101st season. The game is to be played on February 7 2020, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. This will be the 12 Super Bowl hosted in the Florida region, the 3rd at the stadium and 5th in the Tampa area. It’s also the first time in league history a home team is playing in their stadium. The NFC champion Buccaneers have come through 3 road games to reach the season finale and will be playing in their 2nd Super Bowl after winning it all in 2002. After an 11-5 regular season record which seen them earn a wildcard spot the Buccs beat the Washington Football Team (31-23), New Orleans Saints (30-20) and the number 1 seed Green Bay Packers (31-26) on their postseason run. Free agent signing Tom Brady will be playing in his 10th super bowl having won 6 of them in his Patriots tenure. Head Coach Bruce Arians will be coaching his 1st Championship game as an NFL Head Coach, though he has won a ring as the offensive coordinator of the 2009 champion Pittsburgh Steelers. The AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs will be looking to win back to back Super Bowls after their success in Miami last season when beating the 49ers. This will be the Chiefs 4th appearance in the big game. They are led by the 2018 MVP and 2019 Super Bowl MVP Patrick Maholmes and a terrifying group of skill players which include speedster Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce at Tight End. The Chiefs finished with a 14-2 regular season record which earned them the number 1 seed. They’ve beaten the Browns and Bills on their way to Tampa. This is Andy Reid’s 3rd super bowl as a head coach and he has a 1-1 record in the season finale. These 2 teams met back in week 12 when the Chiefs jumped out to a 17-0 1st quarter lead and held on for a 27-24 win in Tampa. Raymond James Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Tampa, Florida. It is home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL as well as the NCAA’s South Florida Bulls and the Tampa Bay Vipers of the XFL. The stadium seats 65,618 but due to Covid restrictions there will only be a crowd of 22,000. Raymond James Stadium also hosted Super Bowl XXXV (2001) and XLIII (2009) as well as the NCAA College Football playoff in 2017. The game kicks off at 11.30pm UK time and will be broadcast on both Sky Sports Main Event/NFL and the BBC.