ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl LIII – the New England Patriots vs the Los
Angeles Rams – kicks off Wednesday, 30 Jan, and includes more than 40
hours of live programming from Atlanta.
SportsCenter, NFL Live and more will originate from ESPN’s Super Bowl
headquarters at Centennial Olympic Park. ESPN’s Super Bowl programming
also features daily editions of Golic and Wingo and First Take from the
Atlanta Convention Centre at AmericasMart, and, on Sunday, pre- and
post-game shows from Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The actual game will be carried on CBS in the US.
SportsCenter On the Road, First Take, NFL Live, NFL Matchup, Postseason
NFL Countdown, NFL PrimeTime and ESPN Radio Shows will all offer a full
slate of coverage leading up to and on Super Bowl Sunday.
ESPN’s digital coverage of Super Bowl LIII meanwhile will feature
analysis, commentary, breaking news, video and more across and the ESPN
App leading up to, during and after the game.
The Undefeated, ESPN’s multiplatform content initiative exploring the
intersections of sports, race and culture, will feature extensive
coverage of Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta as well; and ESPN Deportes will
be the Spanish-language home of Super Bowl LIII, featuring exclusive
Spanish-language coverage on ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN Deportes Radio and
streaming via the ESPN App.
This is the second Super Bowl telecast for ESPN Deportes, via an
agreement with the National Football League and CBS, home of Super Bowl
Also, ESPN International and its affiliated networks will present Super
Bowl LIII live to more than 68 million households in 75 countries and
territories throughout Spanish-speaking Latin America, Brazil, the
Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Canada, the
Philippines and Sub Saharan Africa. Commentary and analysis is provided
in four languages — English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.