Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face reigning champions the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55 on 7 February.
Quarterback Brady, 43, threw three touchdown passes to help the Buccaneers defeat the Green Bay Packers 31-26 in a thrilling NFC Championship game to reach their first Super Bowl in 18 years.
The Chiefs then beat the Buffalo Bills 38-24 to seal the AFC Championship, with touchdowns from Mecole Hardman, Darrel Williams, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and two from Travis Kelce.
Super Bowl LV is set.
Mahomes and the Chiefs vs. Brady and the Bucs.
A legendary matchup. @brgridiron pic.twitter.com/ZC1LHs6ZKt
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 25, 2021
Super Bowl 55 will take place at the Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium and will be the first time a team has played in the NFL’s showpiece in their home stadium.
It will be a 10th Super Bowl appearance for Brady and he will be seeking his seventh win – both of which are records.
The veteran will go up against the Chiefs’ outstanding young quarterback Patrick Mahomes.