Here is everything you need to know ahead of the long-awaited matchup:

Super Bowl LVIII is finally upon us and only two teams remain in the fight for the NFL’s biggest prize. After a grueling season, the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have taken their talents to Las Vegas, ready to leave it all on the field in the NFL’s season finale.

Which team will take home the coveted Lombardi Trophy? Which team will leave Sin City empty-handed? And will Taylor Swift be in attendance?

Fans can watch the game live on CBS or stream on CBS Sports, Paramount+, Youtube TV, Fubo, or the NFL app. A kid-friendly version of the game will also be broadcast on Nickelodeon.

Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs are in familiar territory, seeking their second consecutive NFL title and making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years. Despite their winning pedigree, this time they’re the underdogs.

The Chiefs’ road to this particular Super Bowl wasn’t as clear as seasons past. For the majority of the season, they struggled to get into a rhythm offensively. Frustrations showed on the field, and they suffered the consequences by finishing the season with the franchises’ worst record since 2014.

Despite the ups-and-downs, they managed to win when it mattered most, defeating the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, and No. 1 seed Baltimore Ravens on their way to the NFL’s biggest stage.

The 49ers, meanwhile, were among the league’s top teams for the majority of the season.

They finished the regular season 12-5, earning the NFC’s No.1 overall seed and a first-round bye. In the postseason, they battled to two come-from-behind victories over the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions, cruising into the Super Bowl rather unscathed. Their next challenge is to defeat the Chiefs and win the franchise’s first Super Bowl title in nearly 30 years.