After 272 regular season games and 12 playoff games, just the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals remain alive and in with a chance of winning Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles on February 13. UK fans have a variety of viewing options during the week of Super Bowl and on gameday itself.
The Sky Sports NFL channel will once again be the home for Super Bowl LVI.
Through Super Bowl week Sky Sports NFL will also show Good Morning Football, Overtime, Inside the Huddle (every night at 9pm) and Total Access (Sky channel 407 / Virgin Media channel 507). You can also watch the NFL Honors show on Sky Sports, plus on Saturday evening viewers can watch a special Super bowl preview show.
Super Bowl LVI coverage begins on Sunday, February 13 at 2pm on Sky Sports NFL plus you can watch the game live on that same channel or on Sky Sports Main Event. Neil Reynolds will be joined by Kirk Cousins, Calais Campbell, Kay Adams, Jeff Reinebold, Warren Moon, Brian Baldinger and Shaun Gayle.
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Follow all the Super Bowl LVI build up live on NFL Network and watch the Super Bowl adverts during the game as well.
With Super Bowl LVI on the horizon, join Dan Walker, former NFL player Jason Bell and two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora Saturday evening on BBC One as they bring you the latest stories and news from around the league in the 'NFL Show'.
Super Bowl LVI coverage featuring Osi Umenyiora, Jason Bell and Nat Coombs will start on BBC Two at 11pm on Sunday, February 13 before the game begins on BBC One at 11:30pm.
Plus on BBC Radio 5 live you can listen from 11pm with Darren Fletcher, Vernon Kay, Greg Brady and Jack Crawford on commentary.
Watch exclusive content from Cori Yarckin and the team on NFL EndZone every Sunday morning at 10:30 on Channel 5 as they bring you highlights from all the playoff games.
Listeners can tune in for the Pro Bowl live from Las Vegas with 2 hour preview show from 6pm on talkSPORT2 - delivering interviews with stars from around the NFL from Pro Bowl week - then extended coverage of the Pro Bowl from 8pm.
Daily Super Bowl preview shows on talkSPORT2 from Monday 7th February onwards, plus "The Social" with Ade Oladipo & Rory Jennings live from Radio Row at 3pm Thursday & Friday ahead of the big game.
Super Bowl preview hour - Kick-Off Thursday night on talkSPORT 9-10pm - Ade Oladipo & Will Gavin, plus special guests, joining Hugh Woozencroft live from Radio Row.
On Super Bowl Sunday you can listen to the game live from 11pm on talkSPORT with Will Gavin, Ollie Wilson and Phoebe Schecter on commentary.