The New England Patriots are in their third straight Super Bowl and their ninth in the past 18 years. They face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, in their first Super Bowl since after the 2001 season, when they played — you guessed it — the Patriots.
Both teams needed overtime to win their conference championship games, the first time in NFL history we saw two overtime postseason games on the same day. Offense figures to be on display on Sunday, with the Rams second in the NFL this season in both points and yards, and the Patriots fourth in points and fifth in yards. New England leads the way with 78 points in their two postseason games, while the Rams have scored 56 points.
There are many ways to watch Super Bowl LIII, both home and abroad.
In the U.S., the Super Bowl will be televised by CBS, with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call. ESPN Deportes has the Spanish television coverage, with Álvaro Martín, Raúl Allegre, and John Sutcliffe calling the action. The ESPN Deportes coverage will be streamed online by Watch ESPN.
But the game will also be televised in 180 countries and in 25 languages. Among the countries with broadcasters in Atlanta include Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
United States troops overseas will be able to watch the game on Armed Forces Network.
How to watch Super Bowl LIII abroad
India: Sony Ten
Mexico: Televisa Deportes, TV Azteca
United Kingdom: Sky Sports
How to watch Super Bowl 53 in the U.S.
- Time: 6 p.m. ET (Approximate kickoff time: 6:30 p.m.)
- Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.
- TV: CBS
- Streaming: FuboTV, CBS All-Access, CBS Sports