If you are reading this currently in a hotel on the East Coast, waiting for Sunday to roll round as your ticket to the MetLife Stadium sits proudly on your bedside table – then this is not for you.
If, however, you’re not doing that and are in good old Blighty this weekend, then here’s your guide to where you can tune in to Super Bowl XLVIII!
For the very first time, all the build up to the game will begin from 7pm as Sky will beam Fox Sports pre-game show for three hours before they themselves go on air. When they do at 10pm, Kevin Cadle will be live from New York, joined by regular analysts Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Cecil Martin on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1HD. You can also catch the action if you’re not near a TV on the Sky Go service.
Channel 4 will begin their coverage at 10:30pm with presenter Colin Murray at the helm, alongside US sports aficionado Mike Carlson, Vernon Kay and former Denver Broncos running back, who won MVP in one of his two Super Bowl victories in 1998 and 1999, Terrell Davis. The game will also be available on 4oD the following day.
Finally, if you don’t have access to a TV on the night, then Absolute Radio will be on air from 10pm with Darren Fletcher leading the way. Alongside him in the commentary box in New York will be another Super Bowl winner, former Indianapolis Colts linebacker Rocky Boiman.