The NFL does not yet know who will play in the Super Bowl in Miami — it will either be the Kansas City Chiefs or Houston Texans from the AFC and the San Francisco 49ers or Green Bay Packers from the NFC — but they do know who will officiate it.

Wednesday, the NFL announced that Bill Vinovich would serve as the referee for Super Bowl 54. It will be the second title game for the veteran referee, as he previously officiated Super Bowl 49 between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.

One of the NFL's longest-tenured officials, he has spent 14 years with the league, including 11 as a referee. The Super Bowl will be his second officiated game of the postseason, as he previously worked the Tennessee Titans' upset over the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round.

Vinovich has officiated in 13 NFL playoffs games. His staff infamously incorrectly called a non-call on a defensive pass interference in last year's NFC Championship game between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams. The lack of a call sparked an uproar, resulting in the NFL changing their pass interference rules, allowing coaches to challenge a call or non-call.

Vinovich's staff includes Barry Anderson, Kent Payne, Carl Johnson, Mike Chase, Michael Banks, Boris Cheek, and Greg Steed.

Super Bowl 54 on Feb. 2 may see fewer calls than usual. Bill Vinovich typically throws fewer yellow flags than other referees. In 2019, Vinovich's crews averaged 11.63 penalties per game, lower than the league average of 13.4, per Pro Football Reference.

We have our refs; now we need our teams.