As the world gets ready for the 2023 Super Bowl, another NFL event approaches. The NFL Pro Bowl, while not as famous as the big game, is nevertheless a regular in the league. This year’s Pro Bowl is going to be very exciting because 88 of the league’s top players are attending and a brand-new format is being used. Let’s have a look at some of the major details:

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When is Pro Bowl 2023 taking place?

The Pro Bowl will take place on February 5, 2023, at 3 p.m. ET. The NFL will debut a new format this year called The Pro Bowl Games, which will be a flag football game rather than your standard football game.

A pregame show, the NFL FLAG Youth Championships, a live broadcast of the skills contests, the AFC vs. NFC NFL Flag Games, and a live music concert will all take place on February 5.

There will be two other activities, though, before the main event. First, the NFL will revive the skills competition on February 2. At 7 p.m. ET, ESPN will begin airing the Pro Bowl Skills Show. After that, the NFL will also host the East-West Shrine Bowl, one of the signature events in the pre-NFL selection process at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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Where is Pro Bowl 2023 taking place?

The 2023 NFL Pro Bowl will be held at Allegiant Stadium, the Las Vegas Raiders’ home field, in the span of two days in Paradise, Nevada.

Competition Schedule for Pro Bowl 2023:

NFL fan favorites will compete in the Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, Lightning Round, Longest Drive, Precision Passion, and Best Catch events during the skills challenge on Thursday, February 2.

On Sunday, February 5, the league’s top players will compete in three non-contact flag football games, as well as the Gridiron Gauntlet, Kick Tack Toe, and Move the Chains.

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Where to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl:

The 2023 Pro Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN, and the Disney family of networks, which includes ABC, will also broadcast them. Additionally, you can also watch it on, ESPN+, and fuboTV.