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One of the biggest sporting events of the year is right around the corner, with Super Bowl 2022 heading our way later this month.
The Cincinnati Bengals will play the Los Angeles Rams in one of the most open contests in years, with the game taking place at the Rams' So-Fi Stadium on February 13th.
It comes after the Bengals saw off the Kansas City Chiefs and the Rams beat the San Francisco 49ers in the playoff, setting up an intriguing fixture.
Last year, the legendary Tom Brady won the title for a seventh time after moving from the New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
However, he won’t be there this year, and it’s a fantastic chance for another star to make history – whether that be Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow or the Rams’ Matthew Stafford.
Will Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow be the one to make history?Jamie Squire/Getty Images
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Super Bowl LVI will be shown live on BBC Two and the iPlayer as well as on Sky Sports in the UK, and there are a host of venues showing the game in the capital too.
These are the best places to watch the game in London.
*Bear in mind that tickets need to be bought in advance, and some events may sell out ahead of time.*