The Denver Broncos take on Carolina Panthers in the 50th staging of the Super Bowl this Sunday with live TV coverage on the BBC and Sky Sports in the UK, and on CBS in the United States.
Denver defeated New England in the AFC Championship game, 20-18, to reach its eighth Super Bowl, and the Broncos are 2-5 in their previous appearances.
Carolina, who smashed Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Championship game, scored 31.2 points per game and finished the regular season with a 15-1 record.
The showpiece event comes live from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California and will also boast a musical performance from Coldplay during the half-time interval.
The match will be produced and shown live on CBS in the States with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on commentary.
Reporters Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn will work the sidelines with rules expert Mike Carey on hand to provide expert analysis.
Super Bowl 50 – Kick-off Sunday 11.30pm GMT / 6.30pm ET
BBC Two – 10.50pm GMT
Sky Sports 1 – 10.00pm GMT
CBS – 6.30pm ET
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