KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Obviously, hundreds of thousands of Kansas City Chiefs fans watched their team come away with a Super Bowl victory after a stunning fourth-quarter rally on Sunday evening.
But nationwide, Super Bowl LIV also attracted millions of viewers.
Fox Sports said Monday that 102 million people tuned in to watch the Chiefs’ 31-20 comeback win over the San Francisco 49ers, the 10th most-watched Super Bowl in history.
The biggest game of the year lived up to the hype, and viewers around the country took notice 👀
— FOX Sports PR (@FOXSportsPR) February 3, 2020
In person, however, the game had the second-lowest attendance in Super Bowl history, drawing a crowd of 62,417 fans, according to the Associated Press.
The game was sold out, but attendance was much lower than the last time the Super Bowl was played at the Miami Dophins’ home stadium because of a remodel that lowered the capacity.