How to watch Super Bowl 2022 on TV: UK coverage of NFL championship game - channel, live stream and highlights

The 2022 Super Bowl takes place in three weeks.

NFL fans will be preparing for another very late night to stay up for one of the biggest events on the planet next month.

Last year saw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers secure a 31-9 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Florida.

The NFL Conference Championships take place this Sunday (January 30) as the Cincinnati Bengals, the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams battle it out for a place at the Super Bowl.

This year’s Super Bowl will be held in SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California - the shared home of the Rams and the Chargers.

The stadium, opened in 2020, can be expanded up to a staggering 100,240 for the Super Bowl.

When is the Super Bowl 2022?

The Super Bowl takes place on Sunday 13th February, though will go well into Monday 14th February for UK fans.

The game traditionally takes place on the first Sunday of the month, however an additional regular season game has nudged the finale back.

What time is the Super Bowl 2022?

The Super Bowl is due to kick off at 11:30pm in UK time and is likely to run until approximately 3am on Monday morning.

How to watch the Super Bowl in the UK

The Super Bowl will be shown live on BBC One from 11:30pm and will also be streamed the game live on BBC iPlayer.

Fans can also watch the game live on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event.

Alternatively, you can also watch the game via NOW TV.

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