After 272 regular season games and a flurry of play-off activity, just four teams remain in the battle to play at Super Bowl LVI.
Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams are all just one game away from booking a place in the biggest clash of the American sporting calendar.
Both the AFC and NFC Championship games will be held this weekend, with the winners destined for a showdown in Los Angeles next month.
Here’s everything you need to know about the two games...
AFC and NFC Championship Game teams
The four remaining teams battling out for a spot in this year’s Super Bowl are Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, and LA Rams.
The Bengals saw off Tennessee Titans in a tightly-contested 19-16 victory last Saturday to set up a clash with the Chiefs, who themselves edged out Buffalo Bills on Sunday in an enthralling 42-36 overtime win.
For their part, the 49ers proved too much for Green Bay Packers in a 13-10 success, thanks in large part to a late blocked punt touchdown, while the Rams survived a spirited second-half display from Tampa Bay Buccaneers to hold on for a 30-27 victory.
When are the AFC and NFC Championship Games
Both fixtures will be played on Sunday 30 January.
The Bengals and the Chiefs will get underway at 8pm GMT, while the 49ers and the Rams go head to head at 11.30pm GMT.
When is Super Bowl LVI?
The biggest game in American Football will take place on 13 February in Los Angeles, with kick-off expected to be around 11.30pm GMT. The contest takes place at the home of the Rams, with Sean McVay’s side having a chance of hosting the Super Bowl.
AFC and NFC Championship Game UK TV info
Viewers can watch all of the action live on Sky Sports’ dedicated NFL channel, with coverage of the Bengals at Chiefs starting at 7pm GMT.
Coverage of the 49ers vs the Rams will follow immediately after.
Those without access to Sky Sports can stream both matches via a NowTV day pass for a one-off payment of £9.99.