The NFL playoffs are one of the biggest sporting events on the calendar each season. They consistent of multiple rounds of game that decide which two teams will meet in the Super Bowl.
The dates for the 2020 NFL playoffs are now set (see below) which include the Wild-Card Round, Divisional Round and Championship Games. The AFC & NFC Championship Games will be played on January 19, 2020. Super Bowl LIV in Miami will be played two Sunday’s later on February 2nd, 2020.
Which teams will be in the 2019-2020 NFL Playoffs?
Which teams will earn a berth in the 2019-2020 NFL playoffs will be determined in the final weeks of the season, as both the AFC & NFC playoff chase come down to the final few games. The teams below currently look most likely to earn a spot in the playoffs:
- AFC Playoff Teams (projected)
- NFC Playoff Teams (projected)
2020 NFL Playoff Schedule
- Sat, Jan 4: AFC & NFC Wild Card Games (Teams/Cities TBD)
- Sun, Jan 5: AFC & NFC Wild Card Games (Teams/Cities TBD)
- Sat, Jan 11: AFC & NFC Divisional Round Games (Teams/Cities TBD)
- Sun, Jan 12: AFC & NFC Divisional Round Games (Teams/Cities TBD)
- Sun, Jan 19: AFC Championship Game (Div. Round Winners)
- Sun, Jan 19: NFC Championship Game (Div. Round Winners)
- Sun, Feb 2: Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida
2020 Super Bowl in Miami
Super Bowl 54 is in Miami, Florida at Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens. Hard Rock Stadium is the smallest stadium to host the Super Bowl in over a decade, with a capacity of just over 65,000 fans. That, combined with the fact that Miami is one of the most popular Super Bowl locations, should make demand for Super Bowl LIV tickets extremely high.
NFL Regular Season & Post-Season Tickets Available
TicketCity offers tickets for all NFL games of the 2019-2020 NFL season. To purchase tickets for a regular season game, please visit the NFL tickets page on our website. NFL playoff tickets will be posted on the same pages once the playoff teams have been established. Super Bowl tickets will be available to purchase earlier than most playoff games, but they cannot be picked up until you arrive in Miami prior to the big game. We do on-location pick-up for major events, which is why Super Bowl tickets must be picked up.