With Luke Bryan scheduled to perform the national anthem and the cast of Hamilton set to perform “America the Beautiful,” the kickoff will likely be closer to 6:40 p.m. ET.
A year ago in Super Bowl 50, the coin toss came at about 6:35 p.m. after Lady Gaga’s performance of the national anthem. Kickoff then followed after a short commercial break.
Super Bowl LI features a matchup of the highest-scoring offense in the NFL and the defense that allowed the fewest points. The Falcons offense, led by Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, averaged 33.75 points per game during the regular season and then upped the momentum in the postseason with 80 points in two wins.
But the Patriots allowed an average of only 15.63 points and gave up only 33 in a pair of playoff victories. New England also has an offense to be reckoned with, led by three-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady and running back LeGarrette Blount, who led the NFL with 18 rushing touchdowns in the regular season.
Here is all the information to tune in for Super Bowl LI on Sunday:
How to watch Super Bowl LI
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Place: NRG Stadium, Houston
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
How to watch the Super Bowl online
Fox has an over-the-top service, Fox Sports Go, which provides live streaming of every sporting event they cover. Normally it requires a cable/satellite subscription to access, but for the Super Bowl, Fox is making a special exemption and making the game available to everybody watching online. Mobile apps are available on Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, and Xbox One, among others.