TOM BRADY'S Tampa Bay Buccaneers will go head-to-head with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LV.
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida will host the climax of this season's thrilling NFL season.
Here is how to watch and stream all the action in the UK.
When is Super Bowl LV?
- The game will take place on Sunday, February 7 and begin at 11.30pm UK time – 6.30pm east coast time in Florida.
- An NFL champion is expected to be crowned around 10pm ET, which is 3am UK time on Monday morning.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on in the UK?
The showpiece clash will be live on Sky Sports and BBC in the UK.
Viewers can stream the action for free on BBC iPlayer on a number of devices.
If you're a Sky customer, download the Sky Go app to stream on a number of devices.
While non-subscribers can grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to watch online.
American football fans can also watch the game on the NFL's Game Pass streaming service on a number of devices.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on in the US?
The Super Bowl will be shown on CBS in the United States.
The broadcast will begin at 6.30pm ET and you can stream it live on CBSsports.com.
What is NFL Game Pass and how much does it cost?
NFL Game Pass is a streaming service offered by the National Football League and costs $99 per season – but games are NOT offered live in the US on Game Pass.
British viewers CAN stream the Super Bowl live on Game Pass though – and the Super Bowl Pass is just £7.99 for 31 days of access.
Which teams will play in the Super Bowl?
Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing at their own stadium when they face Kansas City Chiefs in the big one.
The Bucs defeated the Green Bay Packers 31-26 in the NFC Championship Game to reach their first Super Bowl in 18 years,
While the Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills 38-24 to win the AFC Championship Game.
Who is the half-time show act?
The Weeknd will be this year's headline act in the half-time show.
The 30-year-old from Toronto in Canada has five US No 1 singles to date.
Source: Read Full Article