The Super Bowl will be shown on TV networks across the country.
It will be broadcast live on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, and Turner, and on the CBS All Access platform.
The broadcast will include Super Bowl 50 highlights and a host of live coverage highlights including a host show from the halftime show, a special guest appearance from the host and an in-studio feature.
This year, the broadcast will be simulcast on ESPN2 and the NFL Network.
This Sunday, January 5, the New England Patriots host the Atlanta Falcons in a matchup of two of the best teams in the NFL.
It will be the first Super Bowl since the 2007 edition that will be played on the East Coast.
In this year’s first matchup, the Patriots were victorious on the road against the New Orleans Saints.
New England beat the Atlanta squad 23-14.
“This year we want to play with the utmost competitiveness,” Patriots Coach Bill Belichick said.
“We want to show the fans, fans in the city of Boston, that we’re the best team in the league and that we can compete with anybody in the world.”
It’s the third time the two teams have played on this date in history.
Last year’s Super Bowl, the first of four, was played on January 1.
There’s no official date set for the matchup this year.
Fans can follow the game on CBS SportsNetwork and watch online using the CBS Sports app.
All Super Bowls will be available to stream on CBSSports.com beginning at 9 p.m.
ET on Sunday, the day after the game.
For more information on Super Bowl Sunday, visit the NFL’s official website.