The Super Bowl 2017 date and kickoff time are a top Google search as New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons fans prepare to watch the two teams face off at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas next month. It's time to get your Super Bowl party shopping list together and get ready to cheer on your team because the big day is just two weeks away.

Super Bowl Sunday is February 5 and kickoff time is set for 6:30 p.m. ET, so you will have plenty of time to chill the beer and wine, order the wings and pizza, and chef up some game day appetizers. This year, the big game will air on your local Fox TV channel, but if you aren't near a television, don't worry — we'll give you the low-down about live stream options so you can watch Pats vs Falcons game (and even the halftime show a few Super Bowl commercials) on your laptop or mobile device.

Watch the game wherever you are

Even if you have to work, you won't have to miss a minute of game day action thanks to the Fox Sports Go live stream — unless your boss hates football, then you'll have to sneak a peek on your smartphone during your break.

Fox will air all of the Super Bowl festivities on TV, online, or by using the Fox Sports Go mobile app. And by everything we mean not only the game but the pre-game commentary, the halftime show, and the commercials that even non-football fans look forward to watching.

Verizon customers may be able to watch the game online with the NFL Mobile app, but if you don't have Verizon Wireless, there's still the Fox live stream option.

Halftime show

It's not the Super Bowl without a good halftime show.

Or at least we all hope it will be good. With Lady Gaga headlining this year, there's a good chance everyone will be wildly entertained. When the NFL first announced that Gaga would headline the halftime show, the Grammy Award-winning music artist tweeted, " "It's not an illusion. The rumors are true. This year the SUPER BOWL goes GAGA!"

Patriots or Falcons?

Who will take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy on February 5 — the New England Patriots or the Atlanta Falcons?

It won't be long before we find out who wins Super Bowl 51, but in the coming weeks expect to see plenty of hype about the game from fans on Twitter. Make sure you follow the Patriots (@Patriots) and Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) on Twitter for the latest team updates and let the countdown begin to game day.