The 2017 National Football League Season gets underway on Thursday 7th September as the Super Bowl Champions New England Patriots host Kansas City Chiefs.
The match will be produced by NBC’s Sunday Night Football crew and be broadcast live on NBC and Sky Sports.
Sky will broadcast a total of 103 games this season, including two from the International Series and Super Bowl 52.
The BBC will also air NFL action throughout the 2017 season, including Super Bowl 52.
Two games from the International Series will be shown exclusively live on the BBC as New Orleans Saints go against the Miami Dolphins at Wembley on 1 October and the Minnesota Vikings host the Cleveland Browns at Twickenham on 29 October.
In addition to the matches at Wembley and Twickenham, the BBC will also air highlights of the Baltimore Ravens against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley on 24 September and the Arizona Cardinals against the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham on 22 October. Both of these matches will be shown live on Sky Sports.
The NFL Show will run throughout the season on BBC One, either on Friday or Saturday nights, with NFL This Week rounding up all the action on Tuesdays on BBC Two, beginning on 12 September.
Mark Chapman will once again host the shows alongside former New York Giants defensive back Jason Bell and two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora.
Chiefs @ Patriots
Thursday 7th – NBC / Sky Sports Action 1.30am BST
Ref: Bill Vinovich
Steelers @ Browns
Sunday 10th – CBS / Sky Sports Action 6.00pm BST
Ref: Craig Wrolstad
Seahawks @ Packers
Sunday 10th – FOX / Sky Sports Action 9.25pm BST
Ref: John Parry
Giants @ Cowboys
Sunday 10th – NBC / Sky Sports Action 1.30am BST
Ref: Carl Cheffers
Saints @ Vikings
Monday 11th – ESPN / Sky Sports Action 12.00am BST
Ref: Gene Steratore
Chargers @ Broncos
Monday 11th – ESPN / Sky Sports Action 3.25am BST
Ref: Terry McAulay