Not a big fan of football? You're not alone.

Over 100 million viewers are expected to tune into the biggest U.S. sporting event and a large chunk of those viewers are only casual followers of the NFL. To provide some context about how the Super Bowl's viewing audience is far bigger than other NFL games, the NFC Championship game, which was played on Jan. 29, drew an audience of 47.5 million.

Indeed, there will be many viewers for this year's Super Bowl who will be in the dark about the game.

Here are some points to know before you watch.

Who Is Playing?

The AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs face the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs won the Super Bowl in 2020 and then lost the Super Bowl in 2021. The Eagles won their first and only Super Bowl in 2018.

What Makes The Two Teams Interesting?

The Chiefs have an exciting offense and are coached by Andy Reid, who previously coached the Eagles. The Eagles have an excellent defense and are coached by Reid's former assistant Nick Sirianni.

Sirianni is just 41 years old and has stated that he has a bit of a chip on his shoulder because Reid did not retain him.

Who Are The Two Starting Quarterbacks?

This is the first Super Bowl to have two Black starting quarterbacks.

The Chiefs are led by Patrick Mahomes, who is in the prime of his career but has been slowed by an ankle injury. Most NFL experts consider Mahomes to be the best quarterback in the NFL.

The Eagles' Jalen Hurts is dealing with an injury to his throwing shoulder. The 24-year-old is in his third season and has made great strides in leading the Eagles' offense.

Who Else Do The Chiefs And Eagles Have On Offense?

Both teams have impressive offensive weapons.

Mahomes will likely throw often to superstar tight end Travis Kelce. Isiah Pacheco is a rookie running back, who has played well in recent games.

The Eagles have Miles Sanders, a running back who is coming off his best season. Hurts has two excellent wide receivers in A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.

Kelce's brother, Jason Kelce, plays for the Eagles and is one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL.

How Long Is The Halftime Show?

Pop superstar Rihanna will likely perform for 14 to 15 minutes.

How Long Will The Super Bowl Last?

A game technically lasts one hour. But because of so many breaks in the action, the game's running time is much longer. Expect the game to last about 3 and a half hours.

Where Is The Game Played?

The Super Bowl is meant to be played on a neutral surface and rotates its location every year. This year the game is at State Farm Stadium in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale. The stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals.

When Does The Game Actually Start?

The game begins at 6:30 p.m. ET.

What Network Is Carrying The Game?

This year's game will be shown on Fox. Broadcasters Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen replaced Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, who moved to ESPN.

Who Is Going To Win?

Great question. Both teams are evenly matched and experts expect it to be a close game. The chances that the game will be a blowout are very slim. The Eagles are slight favorites to win.