2023 NFL Pro Bowl Dates and Tickets

Jan 20, 2023


Kristen Humphries

The 2023 Pro Bowl is just around the corner and fans can hardly wait to see what this year will hold. Over the years, the Pro Bowl has undergone quite a lot of criticism for being a glamorous event more than a football game. Critics have also pointed out a lack of seriousness from players and a lower level of intensity in comparison to the regular season and playoff games. 

Instead of trying to make the Pro Bowl resemble a classic football game, the NFL decided to move away from full contact entirely and create a new format that fosters both fun and competition. The 2023 introduction of the Pro Bowl Games is a reminder to have fun, step back and celebrate the best players in the NFL. 

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 Pro Bowl Games and how to purchase tickets. 

What is the Pro Bowl?

Dating back to 1939, the NFL Pro Bowl has taken on many identities since its inauguration. The event began as the National Football League All-Star Game and later changed to the Pro Bowl in 1951. Despite being called the Pro Bowl from 1951 to 2022, the event has changed format many times.

This year marks another big change for the NFL Pro Bowl – which we think will be the best yet. The 2023 Pro Bowl Games format will be highly influenced by the direction of Peyton Manning and his Omaha Production team and features weeklong skills competitions and three flag football games. 

The skills competitions will test players’ abilities within and outside the scope of football. The eight games include Precision Passing, Best Catch, Move The Chains, Gridiron Gauntlet, Kick Tac Toe, Pro Bowl Dodgeball, Longest Drive and Lightning Round – Splash Catch. 

The Pro Bowl skills competition games and the first two flag football games will utilize a point system contributing to the overall Pro Bowl winner.  All points will be calculated before the final match, which will determine the winning conference of the 2023 Pro Bowl Games.

Who is playing in the 2023 Pro Bowl?

The NFL Pro Bowl roster will include 88 players, determined by votes from fans, coaches and players. The legendary Peyton Manning will coach the AFC team, and Eli Manning will coach the NFC team.

Here is a breakdown of the 2023 Pro Bowl Games ACF and NFC roster:




Josh Allen (Buffalo), Joe Burrow (Cincinnati), Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City)



Wide Receivers

Davante Adams (Las Vegas), Ja’Marr Chase (Cincinnati), Stefon Diggs (Buffalo), Tyreek Hill (Miami)



Running Backs

Nick Chubb (Cleveland), Derrick Henry (Tennessee), Josh Jacobs (Las Vegas)


Patrick Ricard (Baltimore)

Tight Ends

Mark Andrews (Baltimore), Travis Kelce (Kansas City)


Terron Armstead (Miami), Orlando Brown (Kansas City), Laremy Tunsil (Houston)


Joel Bitonio (Cleveland), Quenton Nelson (Indianapolis), Joe Thuney (Kansas City)


Creed Humphrey (Kansas City), Mitch Morse (Buffalo)


When is 2023 NFL Pro Bowl?

The 2023 NFL Pro Bowl will take place on February 5th, 2023, at 12:00 PM PT at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

If you cannot watch the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl in person, you can watch the event live on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD from 3:00-6:00 PM ET.

The skills competitions will also be streaming live on Thursday, February 2nd, 2023, on ESPN from 7:00 -8:30 PM ET. 

How to get 2023 NFL Pro Bowl tickets?

Are you looking to purchase tickets for the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl? Seat Geek is the best place for your ticketing needs.

  1. Head to Seat Geek’s official Pro Bowl page, where you will find upcoming events and a helpful FAQ section. 

  2. Select the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl event and browse for your tickets using the provided filters on the left or the interactive seat map on the right. Tickets will be listed from least to most expensive.

  3. To buy Pro Bowl tickets, select your desired ticket listing, and you will be redirected to Seat Geek’s checkout, where you can input your personal information.

  4. Seat Geek will process and confirm your order by sending your electronic tickets to your designated email inbox.

How much are 2023 NFL Pro Bowl tickets?

Tickets for the 2023 Pro Bowl run between $58.00 and $1,449.00, with an average price of $300.00. Ticket prices vary depending on your seat location.

If you’re looking to sit up close to the action, front-row tickets can be found at the low price of $257.00 and run as high as $1,449.00. The average front-row ticket price is $500.00.

_* [Feb 04 Sun · 3:00 PM