Super Bowl Sunday is here, but what all can you expect from the NFL's biggest day? We've put together a quick list of things you need to know.

WHAT TIME DOES THE GAME START?

Kickoff for Super Bowl LII is slated for 6:30 p.m.

WHAT TIME DOES COVERAGE BEGIN?

Pre-game coverage begins at noon.

WHERE CAN I WATCH THE GAME?

It's all here on NBC -- including special coverage on WKYC.com and WKYC's Facebook page.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

You can get involved in the sports discussion with our Facebook live party. Plus, be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for even more updates before, during and after the game. Plus, we have a special section on our Web site HERE and on the WKYC app that will have all the latest Super Bowl updates as they happen.

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WHICH TEAMS ARE PLAYING?

The New England Patriots vs. the Philadelphia Eagles.

WHO ARE THE STARTING QUARTERBACKS?

Tom Brady is quarterback for the New England Patriots. Nick Foles is quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles.

WHICH TEAM IS FAVORED TO WIN?

The odds say the Patriots will be champions yet again. But we decided to have a dog predict the big winner. See who he thinks will win by watching this video:

WHERE IS THE GAME TAKING PLACE?

The game is being hosted in Minneapolis, Minnesota at U.S. Bank Stadium. It's the same place the Minnesota Vikings call home.

LOCAL WEATHER COULD IMPACT YOUR PLANS

Snow is expected for most of the day Sunday all throughout Northeast Ohio, which means your plans to travel to a Super Bowl party might be impacted. Click here to see the full forecast. You can also track the snow with our interactive radar by clicking here.

WHO IS SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM?

Pink will get things going with her performance of the national anthem. Although she's been sick with the flu, Pink was on stage practicing this weekend.

WHO IS PERFORMING IN THE HALFTIME SHOW?

Justin Timberlake will be headlining the halftime show, which comes 14 years after the infamous Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction." Will there possibly be an 'NSync reunion at the big game? See what Timberlake had to say about it HERE.

HOW CAN I SEE TIMBERLAKE LIVE FOR FREE?

He's bringing his new tour to Cleveland soon, and we're giving you a chance to win suite tickets this week on Channel 3 News at 6 a.m. Stay tuned...

HERE FOR THE COMMERCIALS? WHAT TO EXPECT?

The commercials have become as popular as the Super Bowl itself -- and a bunch of the ads have been leaked early. Watch some of them now HERE. Every 30-second spot during the Super Bowl is costing advertisers more than $5 million.

AFTER THE GAME

NBC will air a special post-game episode of This Is Us. Here's a preview:

POST-GAME SURPRISE

Stay on NBC after This Is Us as WKYC unveils a newly remodeled studio. It's cool and we can't wait to show you. We will have all the top game moments throughout our newscast, plus our own Amani Abraham is in Washington, D.C. to bring you a story you simply have to see. Here's a preview:

JIMMY FALLON HOSTS LATE-NIGHT SPECIAL

After our news coverage on Channel 3, a special edition of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon will hit the airwaves. His guests include Timberlake and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fallon will also discuss the latest This Is Us episode with stars Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley.

WHAT'S NEXT?

Tune in to WKYC from 4-7 a.m. Monday for a complete wrap up of Super Bowl 52 -- including some of the moments you may have missed. Plus, it will give you another glimpse of our new set.