A countdown to Super Bowl LI scrolls outside of NRG Stadium, located in host city Houston, Texas. Reuters

Presently, while we don’t know exactly who will play in Super Bowl LI, we have a good idea. By late Sunday night, two teams will have claimed the two spots in the Super Bowl LI. Either the Green Bay Packers or the Atlanta Falcons will rep the NFC, and the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots will vie for the AFC’s spot.

Still, even though NFL fans must wait to find out the combatants, there’s plenty we do know about Super Bowl LI.

Following Sunday’s NFC and AFC Championships, the two winning teams will have a week off and then head to the ultimate championship’s location.

Super Bowl LI will be played on Sunday, Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, home of the Houston Texans. It’s scheduled to kickoff at 6:30 p.m. EDT and FOX will broadcast live.

It will mark the third time Houston has played the role as Super Bowl host city and first since Super Bowl XXXVIII, which saw New England defeat the Carolina Panthers in 2004. Before that, Houston hosted Super Bowl VII, claimed by the Miami Dolphins over the Minnesota Vikings.

The Super Bowl’s halftime show, one of the most coveted spotlights in sports or entertainment, will feature pop sensation and performer Lady Gaga. The New York native and “Poker Face” singer reportedly has plans to possibly perform on NRG Stadium’s roof and lawyers and technicians are trying to help Gaga pull off the potentially dangerous stunt, Page Six reported Monday.

Whoever makes the title game, the NFL is assured of featuring at least two of the game’s best quarterbacks. Tom Brady and the Patriots look to make their second Super Bowl appearance in the last three seasons and their ninth overall. Brady’s already rewritten the record books by starting in six Super Bowls and could pad his record, and he could surpass several Hall of Famers by winning a record fifth title.

Pittsburgh has Ben Roethlisberger, another top performer on the Super Bowl. He previously led the Steelers to victory in Super Bowls XL and XLIII and may push Pittsburgh’s record of six championships all-time to seven.

However, Roethlisberger’s sole loss in the Super Bowl came at the hands of the Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay last appeared in Super Bowl XLV and defeated the Steelers 31-25 in one of the more thrilling games of recent memory.

The Falcons have MVP frontrunner and quarterback Matt Ryan, who was second in the NFL with 4,944 passing yards and fired off 38 touchdowns for a league-best 117.1 passer rating. Ryan is hoping to send Atlanta to its first Super Bowls since the 1998 season and second all-time for the franchise.