After 272 regular season games and 12 playoff games, just the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs remain alive and in with a chance of winning Super Bowl LVII in Arizona on February 12. UK fans have a variety of viewing options during the week of Super Bowl and on gameday itself with kickoff taking place at 11:30pm GMT and the Apple Music Halftime show featuring Rihanna.
Join Laura Woods, former NFL player Jason Bell and two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora this Saturday evening at 11:05pm on ITV as they bring you the latest stories and news from around the league in 'The NFL Show'.
Then Super Bowl LVII coverage featuring Laura, Jason and Osi in Phoenix will start on ITV from 10:45pm on Sunday, February 12. Maurice Jones-Drew will also join the team as well plus commentary will come from Darren Fletcher and Jack Crawford.
The Sky Sports NFL channel will once again be the home for Super Bowl LVII.
Through Super Bowl week Sky Sports NFL will also show Good Morning Football, Super Bowl Live and Total Access (Sky channel 407 / Virgin Media channel 507). You can also watch the NFL Honors show on Sky Sports NFL.
Super Bowl LVII coverage begins on Sunday, February 12 at 2pm on Sky Sports NFL plus you can watch the game live on that same channel or on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix or Sky Sports Showcase. Neil Reynolds will be joined by Ryan Fitzpatrick, Phoebe Schecter and Jeff Reinebold in Phoenix.
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Watch exclusive content from Cori Yarckin and the team on NFL EndZone on Sunday, February 12 at 10:35 on Channel 5 as they bring you all the latest news from a fun week of Super Bowl LVII activities in Arizona.
On BBC Radio 5 Live you can also listen to the game from 11pm with build up and commentary from Vernon Kay, Greg Brady and Christian Scotland-Williamson plus other guests. Available on BBC Radio 5 Live and the BBC Sounds app.
talkSPORT will have build-up and full commentary of Super Bowl LVII live from State Farm Stadium Arizona from 11pm. Joining Will Gavin & Oliver Wilson will be Super Bowl XLIX champion, former Patriots & Giants Running Back Shane Vereen.
Throughout the week talkSPORT2 will have daily "Road to the Super Bowl" shows with 888 sport - an hour of the biggest guests and best analysis from radio row ahead of Super Bowl LVII. Tune in from 4pm every afternoon (repeated midday the following day).
Plus plenty of coverage on @talksport & @talksport2 on twitter, plus the talkSPORT YouTube channel.