When and Where to Watch the Super Bowl and NFL on TV

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - FEBRUARY 02: Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after his team won Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium on February 2, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Seahawks beat the Broncos 43-8. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Most of the way through the 2020 NFL season and there are a lot of talking points already. Amazing games and performances mixed with postponed games and an ongoing pandemic. It’s safe to say that this season is going to be a special one. The postseason games are about two months away as we dig deep in the archive and take a look at some of the best Super Bowl games in history. 

When and where to watch the Super Bowl and NFL on TV

The NFL and Super Bowl on TV & Stream

The NFL and Super Bowl are followed by millions of football fans from all over the world. The Super Bowl is one of the most-watched sports events every year and this season will be no different. With the risk of no fans in the seats, there will be even more pressure on the airing network to deliver the best possible experience.

This season’s Super Bowl will be broadcasted by CBS. NBC and CBS agreed upon swapping years 2021 and 2022, giving NBC the rights for the Super Bowl LVI.

If you’ve ever had trouble finding the right channel or streaming service for the games you want to see then Livesportsontv.com is the service for you. Just like any other TV-schedule, it gives you a list full of events and broadcasting channels. The only difference is that Livesportsontv.com is purely focused on sports and nothing else. This is what many would call the perfect service for every sports fan out there.

Top 3 best Super Bowls

The Super Bowl has been played 54 times and no team has won it more times than the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers. In the Super Bowl, the best team from the National Football Conference and American Football Conference that face each other. The trophy that all NFL teams dream about is called the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

  1. Super Bowl XLIX, New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks 28-24
    1st of February 2015 was the day when the New England Patriots, one of the most successful teams in Super Bowl history, faced Seattle Seahawks in a game we’ll never forget. Both teams had struggled a bit at the beginning of the regular season but raised to the occasion when it was time for postseason games. The Patriots’ Tom Brady had a magnificent season as he led his team to the Super Bowl. The game had everything, from a spectacular halftime show by Katy Perry to a memorable comeback by the Patriots when they overcame a 10-point gap in the fourth quarter. It was a wild game, and as it usually ends, Tom Brady went away with the champions title.
  2. Super Bowl XLII, New York Giants vs New England Patriots 17-14
    Another Super Bowl that we won’t forget where the New England Patriots plays a part. This time it’s the 3rd of February 2008 and a game between the New York Giants and New England Patriots. This was a game where everyone thought the Patriots would complete their perfect season by winning the Super Bowl. Tom Brady and his teams had gone through the whole regular season without losing one single game. The team seemed to be unbeatable, until they got up against the Giants and their defensive wall. 17-14 is a score that tells what kind of game it was. Giants did everything they could to stop the Patriots and their sharp offensive players, and as they did it. 14-7 in the fourth quarter led to one of the most surprising Super Bowl wins in recent history as New York Giants lifted the trophy.
  3. Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots 41-33
    9-3, 13-9, 7-14, 12-7. Super Bowl LII was a game that we’ll always remember for the comebacks. The Eagles and Patriots both put in a performance that could have been worth the champions’ title. Philadelphia Eagles were the underdogs going into the game but showed early on that they wanted more than just a place in the Super Bowl. The Eagles had never before won the trophy and, compared to the Patriots’ history, it was clear who were the favorites. After four entertaining quarters, the New England Patriots had to see themselves beaten and the Eagles with the MVP, Nick Foles, managed to clinch a long-awaited trophy.

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