Super Bowl 57 National Anthem Length Odds & Over/Under History

Take a look at the average national anthem length at the Super Bowl over the years, who has performed it, and what the odds may be for a prop bet on the length of this year’s Super Bowl anthem.

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The national anthem in the United States is the song known as “The Star-Spangled Banner”. The lyrics of this song come from “Defence of Fort M’Henry,” a poem written in 1814.

Rewind to the 1941-1942 season, and the NFL started playing it before every game. If you’re a history buff, you’ll recognize the importance of those years – World War II. With that in full effect, the NFL joined the MLB as the next professional league to play the national anthem before each game. 

As time passed, the NFL started having high-profile guests sing the anthem at the Super Bowl. This tradition began in 1967. Now, the Super Bowl National Anthem length has since became a prop bet for many each year. Just like Super Bowl gatorade shower props and coin toss props!

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History and Significance of the National Anthem at the Super Bowl

Here, we’ll look at who sang the anthem at each year’s Super Bowl, where it was located, and how long it was.

The significance of the length is that sometimes, in sports betting, people will look at previous lengths to gauge the over/under prop bets for the game. Yes, wagering on the length of the national anthem is a popular Super Bowl prop bet. 

Keep in mind that there aren’t length statistics for every anthem. So, let’s dive in. 

Super Bowl National Anthem Length By Year

National Anthem SingerSuper BowlLocationLength
Mickey Guyton56SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California1:55
Jazmine Sullivan & Eric Church55Raymond James Stadium, Tampa2:16
Demi Lovato54Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens1:49
Gladys Knight53Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia2:01
Pink52U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota1:52
Luke Bryan51NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas2:04
Lady Gaga50Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California2:22
Idina Menzel49University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona2:04
Renee Fleming48MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey2:03
Alicia Keys47Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans2:36
Kelly Clarkson46Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis1:34
Christina Aguilera45Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas1:53
Carrie Underwood44Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens1:47
Jennifer Hudson43Raymond James Stadium, Tampa2:10
Jordin Sparks42University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona1:54
Billy Joel41Dolphin Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida1:30
Aaron Neville & Aretha Franklin40Ford Field, Detroit2:09
Choirs of US Military Academies39Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, Florida1:53
Beyonce38Reliant Stadium, Houston2:09
The Chicks37Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego1:33
Mariah Carey36Superdome, New Orleans1:56
Backstreet Boys35Raymond James Stadium, Tampa1:49
Faith Hill34Georgia Dome, Atlanta2:00
Cher33Pro Player Stadium, Miami1:55
Jewel32Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego1:27
Luther Vandross31Superdome, New Orleans1:53
Vanessa Williams30Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona1:35
Kathie Lee Gifford29Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami1:40
Natalie Cole28Georgia Dome, Atlanta2:33
Garth Brooks27Rose Bowl, Pasadena1:45
Harry Connick Jr26Metrodome, Minneapolis2:06
Whitney Houston25Tampa Stadium, Tampa1:56
Aaron Neville24Superdome, New Orleans1:25
Billy Joel23Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami1:26
Herb Alpert (on the trumpet)22Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego1:34
Neil Diamond21Rose Bowl, Pasadena1:02
Wynton Marsalis (on the trumpet)20Superdome, New Orleans1:22
San Francisco Boys and Girls Choirs19Stanford Stadium, Stanford, California1:21
Barry Manilow18Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida1:34
Leslie Easterbrook17Rose Bowl, Pasadena1:33
Diana Ross16Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan1:38
Helen O’Connell15Superdome, New Orleans1:22
Cheryl Ladd14Rose Bowl, Pasadena1:18
The Colgate Thirteen13Orange Bowl, Miami1:19
Phyllis Kelly12Louisiana Superdome, New OrleansN/A
NONE*11Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CaliforniaNONE
Tom Sullivan10Orange Bowl, Miami1:54
New Orleans Chapter of the Society for the Preservation of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America9Tulane Stadium, New Orleans1:22
Charley Pride8Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas1:10
Little Angels of Chicago’s Holy Angels Church7Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum1:12
US Air Force Academy Chorale6Tulane Stadium, New Orleans1:10
Tommy Loy (on the trumpet)5Orange Bowl, Miami1:13
Doc Severinsen (on the trumpet) and Pat O’Brien (spoken)4Tulane Stadium, New Orleans1:26
Lloyd Geisler (on the trumpet)3Orange Bowl, Miami1:27
GSU Tiger Marching Band2Orange Bowl, MiamiN/A
The Pride of Arizona, Michigan Marching Band & UCLA Choir1Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, California1:16

* At Super Bowl 11 (Super Bowl XI), Vikki Carr sang “America the Beautiful”.

Who Will Be Singing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVII?

Chris Stapleton will be singing the US national anthem at Super Bowl 57 on February 12, 2023.

Who is Performing “America the Beautiful” at the Super Bowl?

Babyface, the 12-time Grammy Award winner, will be singing “America the Beautiful” at Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona.

How Long Was the National Anthem at the Super Bowl in 2022?

The national anthem was 1 minute, 55 seconds at Super Bowl 56 in 2022. Mickey Guyton performed it that night in Los Angeles.

Super Bowl National Anthem Length Prop Data

As you can see from the table above, the over/under data tracking didn’t begin until Super Bowl 41 and Billy Joel’s appearance. Since then, we’ve had the following results:

  • Over: 8 times
  • Under: 6 times
  • Push: 2 times

So, like many of these fun Super Bowl prop bets, it’s nearly a 50/50 chance. For historical context, the average national anthem across 53 points of data is 1:43. However, you’ll notice that more recently, it’s gotten closer to the two-minute mark.

It is expected that the over/under national anthem spread will be set at around 1 minute, 50 seconds. It is worth noting that the national anthem is normally timed from when the singer starts singing. Not when the music starts playing.

So, how long will Chris Stapleton’s rendition be in Glendale, Arizona?

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