Bengals v Rams – Super Bowl XVI – Live TV Coverage on BBC, Sky Sports, NBC

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Super Bowl XVI takes place this Sunday at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles as the Cincinnati Bengals host Los Angeles Rams.

The Bengals – led by quarterback Joe Burrow – are appearing in their third Super Bowl and first since 1989, having never lifted the Vince Lombardi Trophy before.

The Rams and head coach Sean McVay previously reached Super Bowl LIII in 2019, but were defeated 13-3 by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Atlanta.

This time around, they have a different quarterback in the form of ex-Detroit Lion Matthew Stafford, and will be hoping for a better performance on home soil.

Coverage starts at 10.00pm on Sky Sports NFL, 11.00pm on BBC Two, and 12.00pm ET on NBC.

Sky’s coverage will also air on Sky Sports Main Event at 10pm and on Sky Showcase from 11.00pm, while the BBC’s main coverage switches to BBC One at 11.30pm.

Kick-off 11.30pm GMT / 6.30pm ET.

This year’s Halftime Show features Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige and Kendrick Lamar. The national anthem will be performed by Mickey Guyton.

Neil Reynolds will be leading the coverage on Sky Sports from the studio in London, along with Jeff Reinebold and Shaun Gayle. They will be joined remotely by Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Over on the BBC, Nat Coombs will be joined by Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell.

NBC’s coverage will be fronted by Mike Tirico, Maria Taylor, Drew Brees, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Chris Simms, Jac Collinsworth and Mike Florio.

Commentary comes from Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth with Michele Tafoya and Kathryn Tappen on the sidelines. Former referee Terry McAulay will serve as rules analyst.

This will be Michele’s last appearances for NBC’s NFL coverage.

The referee is Ron Torbert.

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