Super Bowl 2017: UK GMT kick-off time, TV channel, teams, stadium location and halftime show performer details for Sunday’s big Super Bowl LI game.
Which teams are competing in this years Superbowl game?
Super Bowl 51 will see American Football Conference champions the New England Patriots take on the National Football Conference champions the Atlanta Falcons.
Where is the game being played?
The game will take place at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, making this the third Super Bowl to be played in the city after previously hosting in 1974 and 2004.
What date is Super Bowl 2017 taking place and what is the UK kickoff time?
The 51st Super Bowl game is scheduled to kick-off at 11:30pm (23:30) UK time (GMT). That’s 6:30pm local time in Houston. Pre-game build-up will start before then at different times, depending on what channel you’re watching.
What TV channel or channels is the Super Bowl being broadcast on in Britain?
NFL fans here in the UK will be able to watch the match live either for free on the BBC, or if you are a subscriber or Now TV pass holder, you’ll also have the option of viewing coverage on Sky Sports.
Who’s this years halftime performer?
Providing the entertainment in the Super Bowl 2017 half-time show will be superstar singer Lady Gaga.