2021 Super bowl: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Alyssa Sainsbury, Managing editor

The 2021 Super bowl between the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and the NFC Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It took place at Raymond James Stadium home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It takes place on Sunday, February 7 with a limited number of people allowed to attend, with 14,500 tickets allowed for fans to buy.
The quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs is Patrick Mahomes, drafted to the Chiefs in 2017, has brought the Chiefs to two Super Bowls. Mahomes has run 580 yards, ran four touchdowns, didn’t throw any interceptions, and only had one sack throughout the season.
Former New England quarterback Tom Brady was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Brady brought them to the Super Bowl. Brady has run 860 yards, ran in seven touchdowns, thrown three interceptions, and had five sacks.
The 2021 Super bowl wasthe 55th super bowl. The half-time performer was The Weekend better known as Abel Tesfaye, sang “Starboy,” “The Hills,” “Can’t Fell My Face,” “I Feel It Coming,” “Save Your Tears,” “Earned it,” “House of Ballons/Glass Table Girls,” and “Blinding Lights.”
The national anthem was to be sang together by Grammy nominated artists Eric Church and Jasmine Sullivan. The game will be broadcasted on the CBS channel.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the 2021 super bowl against the Chiefs, with a score of 9-31.