When is the 2023 Super Bowl? Date, time for Chiefs vs. Eagles

We're through the conference championship round of the 2022 NFL playoffs. The Philadelphia Eagles beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday afternoon, and the Kansas City Chiefs topped the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the AFC title game on Sunday night. The Eagles and Chiefs will now match up in the Super Bowl, as Kansas City coach Andy Reid gets to face the Philadelphia team he coached from 1999-2012.

Here is what we know about the AFC and NFC brackets, including seeding, TV times and the schedule of games from wild-card weekend up through Super Bowl LVII.

Super Bowl LVII: Feb. 12

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Sunday, Feb. 12, 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox

Super Bowl LVII will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Rihanna will perform during the halftime show.

Conference championships: Jan. 29

NFC Championship Game

(1) Philadelphia Eagles 31, (2) San Francisco 49ers 7
Eagles batter mistake-prone 49ers to punch ticket to Super Bowl

AFC Championship Game

(1) Kansas City Chiefs 23, (3) Cincinnati Bengals 20
Chiefs top Bengals, headed to third Super Bowl in four seasons

Divisional round: Jan. 21 and 22


(1) Philadelphia Eagles 38, (6) New York Giants 7
Jalen Hurts powers Eagles past Giants in rout

(2) San Francisco 49ers 19, (5) Dallas Cowboys 12
49ers battle past Cowboys, head to another NFC title game


(1) Kansas City Chiefs 27, (4) Jacksonville Jaguars 20
Chiefs advance to fifth straight conference title game with home win

(3) Cincinnati Bengals 27, (2) Buffalo Bills 10
Bengals shut down Bills to set up rematch with Chiefs

Wild-card weekend: Jan. 14, 15 and 16


(2) San Francisco 49ers 41, (7) Seattle Seahawks 23
Purdy, 49ers find rhythm in second half

(5) Dallas Cowboys 31, (4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14
Cowboys finally beat Brady, as Dallas routs Tampa Bay

(6) New York Giants 31, (3) Minnesota Vikings 24
Jones leads underdog Giants past Vikings

Bye: (1) Philadelphia Eagles


(2) Buffalo Bills 34, (7) Miami Dolphins 31
Bills begin playoff march with sloppy win over short-handed Dolphins

(3) Cincinnati Bengals 24, (6) Baltimore Ravens 17
Bengals' defensive TD fuels wild-card win over Ravens

(4) Jacksonville Jaguars 31, (5) Los Angeles Chargers 30
Chargers blow 27-point lead as Jaguars advance

Bye: (1) Kansas City Chiefs