Who is Announcing the Super Bowl 2023? Full Breakdown of This Year's Broadcast Crew and Channel
Super Bowl Week is finally upon us, meaning football fans won't have to wait long to see who is crowned champion this year. Before SB 57 kicks off, though, there are a few major questions viewers are curious about.
One many want to know is: Who is announcing the 2023 Super Bowl? We've got you covered with a full breakdown of this year's broadcast crew.
Who is Announcing the Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl 57 between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles is being broadcast by FOX this year after NBC had airing privileges last season. FOX is turning to top commentating duo Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen to announce the Super Bowl in 2023.
Burkhardt is an accomplished sportscaster who also serves as lead studio host for FOX's MLB coverage. After Joe Buck left for ESPN, Burkhardt was promoted to the network's No. 1 NFL play-by-play announcer. He'll serve in that role alongside Olsen once again on Super Bowl Sunday.
Olsen, meanwhile, made the transition to the broadcast booth after a successful 14-year NFL career -- which included three Pro Bowl selections as a tight end. He's been in a color commentator role in tandem with Burkhardt since 2021, and he'll now return to the Super Bowl after playing in SB 50 with the Carolina Panthers.
Full FOX Sports Super Bowl 2023 Broadcast Crew
Fans won't just hear from Burkhardt and Olsen during the Super Bowl. FOX Sports will have a full complement of contributors to the broadcast in 2023. Veteran reporters Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will work the sidelines during Super Bowl 57, while former VP of Officiating Mike Pereira is set to provide insight on any calls by the refs during the game.
FOX Sports' pregame show will feature the All-Star team of Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson and Rob Gronkowski. Insider Jay Glazer will also provide exclusive reporting in the lead-up to kickoff.
FOX Deportes Super Bowl Announcers 2023
For the Spanish-language broadcast, FOX Deportes will feature Adrian Garcia-Marquez and Alejandro Villanueva on the call for Super Bowl 57. Garcia-Marquez is a renowned sportscaster who also calls NBA games for League Pass. He previously won an Emmy while working for the Los Angeles Lakers' broadcast team.
Villanueva used his mammoth size (6-foot-9, 277 pounds) to dominate in the NFL for seven seasons on the offensive line. He earned two Pro Bowl nods during his career, which spanned from 2015-2021. He'll call the Super Bowl after coming up just short of that stage as a player.
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