10.45pm: Tom Brady has arrived in a brown trench coat and sunglasses – quite a choice of attire as he looks to make history.
The Patriots had a rather mediocre season by their standards with an 11-5 record in the regular season.
Wins over the Los Angeles Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs ensured their place in the Super Bowl for another year though.
10.30pm: Welcome to our coverage of the 2019 Super Bowl as the New England Patriots take on the LA Rams in Atlanta.
Can Tom Brady make history? Will the Rams deny him? We’ve got all the build-up, live action and reaction throughout the night.
The Patriots will be looking to put the record straight after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles last year.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff might have something to say about that though.
How to watch New England Patriots vs LA Rams online
Super Bowl LIII is scheduled to begin in the UK at around 11:30pm, GMT and for those in the United States, that will mean 6:30 EST.
And the good news is that there are plenty of ways to watch a Super Bowl livestream.
The BBC is sharing the broadcasting rights this year, meaning that NFL fans can head over to the official BBC website to catch all the action.
They can also view it via the BBC iPlayer app on mobile devices, consoles and laptops.
Sky also holds rights to the big NFL event, with the game scheduled to be shown on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports USA and Sky Sports Mix.
Sky Sports USA and Mix channels will be hosting the show from 10pm; Main Event will start broadcasting at 11pm, GMT.