THE Super Bowl is one of the most-watched sporting events globally every year.
This year is likely to be no exception, with an intriguing match-up between the offensive juggernaut that is Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
But with the game being broadcast in the early hours of Monday morning here in UK, it’s understandable if the majority of NFL fans have to make do with the highlights package.
When is Super Bowl LIV?
WE’RE all set for go time in Miami, where the Chiefs have reached their first Super Bowl since 1970.
Led by star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, KC are the slight favourites over the more methodical and pragmatic Niners.
San Fransciso beat two excellent teams in the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers earlier in the playoffs, simply by exploiting their weaknesses.
Kansas City have arguably the best QB in the league and a high-powered offence, but the 49ers might look to attack them with the running game – just as they did to the Packers a fortnight ago.
Super Bowl LIV is set for Sunday, February 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Things will get underway at 11.30pm GMT, which is 6.30pm local time.
With NFL games going on for around three hours, we’ll know our Super Bowl champion by around 3am.
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How can I watch highlights?
IF you’re not able to stay up that late on a Sunday, never fear as there are plenty of highlight options.
The game itself is being shown live on free-to-air TV in the UK.
You can watch on either BBC ONE or Sky Sports Main Event – simply pick whose coverage you prefer!
Highlights will be available at the following times:
- BBC TWO – Monday, February 3 at 11.15pm
- Sky Sports – Monday, February 3 at 2pm on Sky Sports Action
- Sky Sports – Monday, February 3 at 8pm on Sky Sports Action