Sky Sports have announced their coverage plans for the up and coming season of the National Football League (NFL), which kicks-off this evening.
This will be the 20th season live on Sky Sports, and will once again be fronted by Kevin Cadle and Neil Reynolds.
They’ll be joined by a host of special guests throughout the season to bring viewers the very best from the gridiron.
Sky will continue to broadcast the Thursday Night Football – starting with Green Bay @ Seattle, which is live from 1am tonight. The CBS pre-game show will be screened ahead of the Thursday night games.
The regular Sunday night double-header of games, which kick-off around 6pm and 9.25pm.
Sky will also show all three International Series games from Wembley, and the three back-to-back Thanksgiving day games.
The post-season coverage includes the Wild Card Playoffs, Divisional Playoffs, Conference championships and Super Bowl 49, which comes from the home of the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday 1st February 2015.
The popular NFL RedZone channel will be shown behind the red button on Sunday evenings.
Channel 4 and Eurosport will also coniute to air NFL this season. Channel 4 will show NBC’s Sunday Night Football and the three International Series games from Wembley, while Eurosport will air ESPN’s Monday Night Football on Tuesday morning.
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