Super Bowl LVIII kicks off this Sunday evening and it'll be the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Kansas City Chiefs. For the Niners, it's their eighth trip to the big game but they haven't won a Super Bowl in 29 years. For the Chiefs, they've been to four of the last five Super Bowls and have won two of the last four. The Niners can prevent them from becoming a dynasty if they take them down this Sunday.
The last time the 49ers were in the Super Bowl came in the 2019 season when they lost to these same Chiefs, kicking off the start of a potential dynasty. That game aired on FOX when Joe Buck and Troy Aikman were still with the network. Who is on the call this time around?
49ers vs. Chiefs: Announcers for Super Bowl LVIII
As some may know, the Super Bowl rotates between three major networks each year and this year, the game is on CBS. That means that on the call for Super Bowl LVIII will be Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson. Nantz will be handling the play-by-play duties, Romo will do the color commentary, and Wolfson will be the sideline reporter.
With the Niners playing the majority of their games on FOX, this isn't a crew that 49er fans are super familiar with on their own games but they're definitely familiar with them on key AFC match-ups and the playoffs. Will this crew bring San Francisco luck?