Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrate victories | USA TODAY


Football fans celebrated the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs wins as teams head to the Super Bowl.

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The matchup for Super Bowl 57 is set.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs won their respective games during Sunday’s conference championship round and will meet Feb. 12 in the battle for the Lombardi Trophy. The Eagles will serve as the home team in the game, which will be played in State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, meaning that Philadelphia will have the option to select its jersey color choice, dark or light.

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