Live sports broadcast on ESPN is expected to start at 8 p.m.
That’s when the New England Patriots and Chicago Bears will take the field in their first meeting in Super Bowl XLVII.ESPN’s NFL schedule includes a number of NFL games, including the two-time defending champions, the Cleveland Browns and New England Jets, plus the two teams battling it out for the NFC North title.
In a game that will be played at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Feb. 10, the Patriots and Bears will meet for the first time in Super Cup history when the Bears take on the Patriots in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVIII.
On Feb. 11, the New York Giants host the San Francisco 49ers for a showdown of two teams with playoff aspirations, with the Giants leading by as many as four touchdowns in their last meeting.
In the AFC East, the Baltimore Ravens will be playing for their sixth Super Bowl title as they host the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 7.
The teams are set to meet in the first Super Bowl since 2000.
The New York Jets are also set to play for their third championship, with quarterback Mark Sanchez leading the way with his sixth NFL title.ESPN will also broadcast the first half of the Super Bowl on the network.
The games will be broadcast on Friday nights from 7 p.p.m.-11 p..m., with the second half beginning at 6:30 p.