Super Bowl 2017 will be the 51th edition of the most watched sports event in United States and it will decide the winner of NFL 2016 season. SuperBowl 51 will take place on Sunday, 05 February 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston. FoxSports has the broadcasting rights in the United States who will be providing live feed on all plateforms including TV, online and mobiles. We take a look at what other channels will have live coverage around the world.
See Also: Super Bowl 2017 Highlights
Viewers across the globe can have live coverage on their local channels as major channels have international rights for Super Bowl in different parts of the world.
|United States||Fox (free-to-air channel). Online live streams via FoxSports official website & mobile app. Fox Deportes (Spanish coverage)|
|International||NFL Game pass (most of international viewers can buy game pass or a month subsciption at NFL.COM to watch/stream the game live)|
|Canada||CTV, CTV2 and TSN holds the official broadcasting rights in the Canada|
|United Kingdom||BBC (to produce live coverage in UK on BBC 1 and online via their “iplayer”. SkySports 1 will also broadcast with american coverage|
|Australia||Seven Network (Free-to-air) and FoxTel will broadcast Super Bowl 51 in Australia|
|Mexico||Televisa to keep broadcasting Super Bowl in Mexico on free to air channel 5 and online through their official website.|
|New Zealand||Sky TV (paid subscription)|
|Germany||SAT 1 (Germany coverage)|
|Netherlands||FoxSports 2 (paid) and Fox HD (free to air)|
|Czech Republic||Sport2 (paid channel)|
|Switzerland||SAT 1 (Germany coverage)|
|Austria||Puls4 (Germany coverage)|
|France||W9 holds broadcasting rights in France|
|Italy||Italia 1 (free-to-air), FoxSports 2 HD (Subscription based)|
|Africa||Super sport to broadcast in South Africa and selected african countries (Not confirmed though)|
|Other European countries||Most of the european country will have live coverage on local sports channels|
Super Bowl 2017 TV Coverage: Its FoxSports turn to broadcast the Superb Bowl 2017 in USA and they will be producing live feed available on all platforms. Curt Menefee will host the pre and post match shows with expert analysis from Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Michael Strahan. Joe Buck will commentate during the match with Erin Andrews & Chris Myers reporting from the sidelines.