Super Bowl Sunday 2021 is right around the corner and the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to play in football’s biggest game. NBC Sports has you covered with the TV channel information and every live streaming option on Roku, Apple TV and more for Super Bowl LV, including options for anyone without cable.
Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and the 14-2 Kansas City Chiefs are looking to repeat as Super Bowl champions after last year’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Mahomes threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions, while Travis Kelce scored one touchdown on six receptions. This year, Mahomes will go up against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. According to PointsBet, the Buccaneers are favorites over the Chiefs. Click here to bet on the game. Follow ProFootballTalk for more on the 2021 NFL Playoffs as well as game previews, recaps, news, rumors and more leading up to Super Bowl 2021.
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What channel is the Super Bowl on this year?
CBS will broadcast this year’s Super Bowl with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo announcing the game. Check your local listings to see what TV channel CBS is in your area. For those without access to CBS, you can watch the game for free on your phone or connected devices with the CBS Sports App or on CBSSports.com. In addition, the Super Bowl can be streamed live other ways with services such as FuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV and AT&T TV.
According to The Verge, this year’s Super Bowl will not be broadcast in 4K or HDR by CBS.
The Super Bowl is the ultimate collision of sport and showbiz, the pinnacle, a celebration of all things red, white and blue with a famed Super Bowl halftime show, iconic commercials and trailers, and hidden in the noise, a usually stunning NFL game beneath it all.
The Kansas City Chiefs steamrolled their way to the Vince Lombardi trophy last season with QB Patrick Mahomes putting in a fourth quarter for the ages to secure the title.
Mahomes is back in the big game this year but faces legendary QB Tom Brady and his resurgent Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the show-stopping climax of the NFL season.
A growing contingent of the British population tune into the big game every year, and the 2021 edition will be no different. There’s no better time to learn the two simple Super Bowl rules that will help you make sense of the chaos.
Once the ‘superb owl’, ‘hand egg’ and ‘rugby with pads’ banter merchants conclude their trading for the day, the faithful can really hunker down and gorge on the feast of NFL brilliance long into the early hours.
Excitement is building ahead of the 2021 match-up that will, of course, look very different to last year’s buzzing hive of activity, and we’ve got all the details you need to know about the 2021 edition of the Super Bowl, featuring Chiefs v Buccaneers, including the date, time and full TV details.
We’ve also picked out some of the best Super Bowl predictions and odds so you can get a steer on what could happen.