Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman and New England Patriots Julian Edelman and Tom Brady
When is the Super Bowl 2017?
The 51st Super Bowl is on Sunday February 5 2017.
The annual championship of the NFL American football league is the biggest sporting event of the year in the US.
The Super Bowl kicks off at 6.30pm local time in Texas (11.30pm GMT). The BBC and Sky Sports will show the Super Bowl in the UK.
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Where is the Super Bowl this year?
The Super Bowl will be played at NRG Stadium – the home of the Houston Texans.
Who is performing in the half-time show?
Lady Gaga will headline the half-time show this year after singing the Star Spangled Banner at Super Bowl 50.
The singer has said that giving a rendition of the US National Anthem at the Super Bowl 50 was a highlight of her career.
“I think it marks what being an American is all about,” she told the NFL Network.
"I get a chance to sing for all the athletes – who have been working so hard their whole lives for this moment – the coaches, as well as the fans in the stands who are waiting for this moment.”
Super Bowl 50 in pictures
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Denver Broncos beat Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California
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Chris Martin, Beyonce and Bruno Mars made a perfect combinaition and did not disappoint the huge crowd at the Super Bowl
Lady Gaga sang the National Anthem at the Super Bowl 50
Who will win the Super Bowl 2017?
New England Patriots are seen as the favourites to win the Super Bowl this year.
The Patriots are facing the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday January 22.
Atlanta Falcons defeated the Green Bay Packers to become the second team confirmed for the highly-anticipated Super Bowl.
New England Patriots have odds of 4/6 to win and the Atlanta Falcons have odds of 5/4, according to bookmaker Coral.
Coral said: “It’s old stager Tom Brady and his consistently effective Patriots who look likeliest to snare another ring.”