It’s finally here. Thirty-two NFL teams come together the end of July with one goal in common. That goal is to reach the Super Bowl and now that single game is upon us. While 30 NFL teams have already finished their season not as the champion, one more will join in the disappointment as another raises the Lombardy trophy.
For us Steeler fans, Sunday’s game is merely the end of a chapter before the long off-season until we can see our beloved Steelers in action again. While it’s just not the same when the Steelers are not representing the AFC in the Super Bowl, it’s still the biggest game of the season. Listed below is all the information needed to catch the big game on Sunday.
Super Bowl LIV:
Date: Sunday, February 2nd
Kickoff: 6:30 P.M. ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium, Baltimore
Weather: Live weather update
TV Channel: Broadcast nationally on FOX with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman as commentators and Erin Andrews and Chris Myers as the sideline reporters. Sunday’s broadcast will also have NFL rules analysts Mike Pereira and Dean Blandino.
Online: NFL.com Game Pass offers live games for international viewers and replays of every game during upon conclusion with a paid subscription. A subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket gives access to stream games as well. fuboTV also allows you to stream NFL games online with a subscription. NFL Game Center will update the action on a play-by-play basis. The game is also available on the Yahoo! Sports App in some areas.
Radio: The game can be heard on Westwood One Radio with Kevin Harlan doing play-by-play and Kurt Warner as analyst. Rules analyst Gene Steratore will also join the radio broadcast with Tony Boselli and Laura Okmin as sideline reporters. Click HERE to find a local station.