Once again Seven has all the action from the Superbowl.
For the third season in a row fans will be treated to the number one seeds from both conferences. The Panthers are one of only six teams in NFL history to have completed a 15-1 record, while the Broncos are only the fourth team to have made eight Super Bowl appearances.
Broncos quarter back Peyton Manning will be aiming for his second Super Bowl title after a tough season for the 39-year-old, as he has battled injury.
Seven’s broadcast will be Live direct from the San Francisco Bay Area California, with CBS’s Jim Nantz, Phil Simms leading the commentary and Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn reporting from the sidelines.
Global super stars Beyonce and British rock band Coldplay are set to entertain fans in the highly anticipated half time show.
Monday February 8
Sydney 10am Live on Channel 7
Melbourne 10am Live on Channel 7
Brisbane 9am Live on Channel 7
Adelaide 9.30am Live on Channel 7
Perth 7am Live on 7mate, 9am Live on Channel 7
It will also be streamed live and via the PLUS7 App