Super Bowl LI is on Sky Sports 1, Sky Sports NFL and Sky Sports Mix on Sunday February 5
Last Updated: 05/02/17 11:58pm
It's Super Bowl Sunday and we have all bases covered for the build-up and live action here on Sky Sports and across our digital and social platforms.
It's one of the biggest sporting events of any year, the build-up to Super Bowl LI is in full swing and Sky Sports will have live coverage of the game as well as plenty to whet your appetite in the run-up to Sunday's spectacular extravaganza.
Read on for all you need to know about how to watch, follow and get involved....
What: Super Bowl LI
Where: Houston, Texas
When: Sunday February 5, 10pm - Sky Sports 1, Sky Sports NFL and Sky Sports Mix
The AFC champions New England Patriots, led by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, are in their ninth Super Bowl and targeting a fifth title while their opposition, the NFC champions Atlanta Falcons, are in the show piece event for only the second time having lost their only previous visit in 1998.
Houston's NRG Stadium is the venue and as well as the game itself we will have build-up and a host of Super Bowl-related content to get you in the mood on our channels.
Our digital and social platforms will keep you updated so bookmark www.skysports.com/NFL and keep across the dedicated NFL section on our iOS and android apps as well as our twitter feed, @SkySportsNFL where you won't miss a thing.
Watch Super Bowl LI live on Sky Sports
Live coverage on Sky Sports 1HD and Sky Sports 3HD from 10pm on Sunday
When and where can I watch Super Bowl LI?
The good news is that Super Bowl LI is available to all Sky subscribers via our new Sky Sports Mix channel, while the game is also available on both Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports NFL.
You can also watch the action via a NOW TV pass
It promises to be quite the occasion with Dara Kennedy, Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinbold joined by Super Bowl XX winner Shaun Gayle and Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who is our special quest for the evening.
The team will be split between the NRG Stadium in Houston and our home at Sky Studios where we will have a live studio audience for the evening.
Kick-off is at 11.30pm but we are on air from 10pm for all the build-up with plenty of pre-game chat, interviews and features for what promises to be a thrilling occasion including the singing of the national anthem, with the full fly-past, fireworks and introduction of the teams.
Don't disappear at half-time either as we will have the all-important half-time show where Lady Gaga headlines and all sorts of suggestions about who could be joining her on the stage.
Stay with us right through to the end of the action when the Vince Lombardi Trophy will be presented amid an avalanche of tickertape and spotlights!
What can I watch before the game?
Sky Sports NFL will have plenty of the usual NFL content throughout the week, with the ever popular America's Game and A Football Life part of our dedicated programming with a special lean towards the Patriots and the Falcons.
You will also be able to see Jeff and Neil's Inside the Huddle through the week as they make a home for themselves on Radio Row, while Sky Sports NFL will include some brand new offerings from NFL Network.
The Ring is the Thing and Legends of the Super Bowl will also be available to watch, as the stories of Super Bowl Sundays past crank up the excitement ahead of Sunday's showdown.
What if I am on the move?
Our On Demand section will be full of NFL content as we look at the Road to the Super Bowl for both teams, while Jeff and Neil's Inside the Huddle podcast will also be available to view.
Our social and digital platforms are the place to be. We will have all the build-up you need with videos, features and all the news and then on Sunday night we will have a full live blog through the night as the winners of the 51st Super Bowl will be crowned in the early hours of Monday morning.
Throughout the week, our NFL editor will be on the ground and with SSN HQ's Richard Graves also in attendance you will want to be across our Twitter feed and our Sky Sports Facebook and Instagram pages for NFL build-up at your fingertips.
Keep a look out for Facebook Lives from Radio Row as the teams engage in the scrum that is media day and the Inside the NFL podcast will also be available On Demand.
So there you have it, all you need to know ahead of Super Bowl LI - huddle up and keep with Sky Sports for all you need to know ahead of the greatest show on earth!