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30 January 2020, 16:12 | Updated: 30 January 2020, 16:16
The Super Bowl 2020 will air in just a few days, with Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performing during the halftime show.
Even though the NFL game takes place in the USA, it’s become just as huge over here in the UK with thousands of people staying up late to watch the match and, of course, the halftime performance.
If you're staying awake into the early hours to watch the game, here's everything you need to know...
The Super Bowl will air live on BBC One at 11.30pm UK time, meaning you’ll also be able to tune in on BBC iplayer if you’re going to stream it on your smart phone or tablet.
J.Lo and Shakira were announced as the halftime show performers in September, promising at the time “it doesn’t get any bigger than this”.
They also said in a joint interview their performance will “represent the Latino community” as well as marking a new milestone for the USA.
J.Lo described their performance as: “When you think about Shak and I and the combination of that, it’s an explosion of fun and energy.”
The icons are taking to the stage for a fiery performance to celebrate 100 years of the NFL, meaning it’s going to be bigger than ever before.
The Super Bowl 2020 takes place on 2 February at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, which is the home of the Miami Dolphins.
The stadium was recently transformed in a huge renovation project, reducing its capacity from 75,000 to 65,000 but it was given high-tech video boards and luxury seating.