How to Watch Super Bowl 2019 in the UK – Channel, Time

By Mason Mallett | 1 Feb 2019 at 11:24am

It’s that time of year again, the clash of the NFL’s top two teams. This year the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots.

The New England Patriots currently stand at 5 Super Bowl wins, while The Los Angeles Rams only have 1 Super Bowl win. The odds are currently in favour for Patriots, but will the pressure get to them? While the Rams only have one win, they are looking like a strong team, and with a potential win in site they certainly won’t go down without a fight.

Super Bowl 2019 UK Date, Time and Channel

The Super bowl will commence on Sunday 3rd February 2019. Coverage of the game will start at 10:45pm on BBC One with kick-off starting at 11:30pm.

If you have an NFL game-pass you will be able to stream the game on a variety of platforms from 7pm!

Quick Stats

DateSunday 3rd February
Coverage Time (UK)10:45pm (BBC) / 10:00pm (Sky)
Kick-off Time (UK)11:30pm
UK ChannelBBC One / Sky Sports Main Event
TeamsRams vs Patriots
StadiumAtlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Super Bowl Half Time Acts

Maroon 5 are the chosen music act to play at half-time this year. They will be joined by the likes of Travis Scott and Big Boi, with other surprise guests planned.

The acts this year have been surrounded by controversy, as it was reported there was a struggle to find acts to agree to play, due to the situation regarding former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.w

Who will win this years Super Bowl?

Both teams previous matches were quite close with the Los Angeles Rams beating New Orleans Saints 26-23 and New England Patriots beating Kansas City Chiefs 37-31.

Here are the current odds from Sky Bet:

Rams: 11/10
Patriots: 8/11
(These odds are subject to change)

Will you be watching this years Super Bowl? If so which team are you routing for and who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments below.


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