NFL on ESPN –  The biggest sporting showdown on the planet arrives LIVE on ESPN this Monday February 12 when the defending NFL champion Kansas City Chiefs collide with the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.

ESPN viewers will experience unmatched access to the showpiece event with the game being called exclusively for Australian and New Zealand audiences by ESPN’s Chris Fowler, Dan Orlovsky and Louis Riddick inside Allegiant Stadium.

ESPN SportsCenter host Phil Murphy and Australian sports star and media personality Nick Riewoldt will bring Australian and New Zealand sports fans expanded Super Bowl LVIII coverage including in-depth features and live reports that will highlight all the color and excitement from Las Vegas as part of NFL Blitz.

ESPN’s Super Bowl coverage begins at 9am AEDT Monday with the Super Bowl LVIII Pre-game Show before Super Bowl LVIII follows LIVE at 10am AEDT.

Then at Half-Time of Super Bowl LVIII all eyes will turn to R&B sensation, Usher as he performs in the Super Bowl LVIII Half-Time Show.

The Kansas City Chiefs are headed to their sixth Super Bowl and their fourth in the last six years.
They will look to become the first team to go back-to-back since the New England Patriots defended their crown in 2003-2004.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes becomes the youngest quarterback to start his fourth Super Bowl and he will join an elite club of NFL legends with another Super Bowl victory on Monday. 
Travis Kelce is the other headline name running out for Kansas City and the tight end has taken his game to a new level in the post-season so far. 16 of 17 targets, 191 yards and three touchdowns ensures he will be a factor in deciding Super Bowl LVIII. 

San Francisco 49ers on the other hand go into their eighth Super Bowl having not won one since 1994.

The last time the 49ers were in a Super Bowl in 2020 they fell to the Kansas City Chiefs 31-20.
The Chiefs remain a mountain that San Francisco have struggled to climb. Kansas City have never lost to the 49ers when Patrick Mahomes has been the starting quarterback.
This time around though they will be piloted by second year quarterback Brock Purdy. Selected with the final pick of the 2022 NFL Draft ‘Mr Irrelevant’ has had a superb season. From just 26 career starts – Purdy holds a 21-5 record. 
Christian McCaffrey is the leading running back in the NFL this season and George Kittle leads all tight ends, ensuring the 49ers are primed as ever to break their Super Bowl drought.
For fans seeking Super Bowl information at all hours of the day, ESPN’s platforms will inundate them with analysis, news, interviews and predictions on additional networks, and the ESPN App.
Super Bowl LVIII is LIVE Monday February 12 on ESPN with an exclusive broadcast for Australia and New Zealand viewers.
Super Bowl LVIII on ESPN –

Saturday February 10

8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
8am AEDT, First Take, ESPN2
10am AEDT, NFL Blitz at Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN
10.30am AEDT, The Pat McAfee Show, ESPN2
4pm AEDT, 30 for 30: The Bullies of Baltimore, ESPN2
11pm AEDT, NFL Blitz at Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN2 (Replay)

Sunday February 11

9am AEDT, NFL Blitz at Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN
10.30am AEDT, Super Bowl LIV Highlights, ESPN
5pm AEDT, NFL Blitz at the Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN2
5.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LVII Highlights, ESPN2
6.30pm AEDT, NFL Films Presents- Road to the Super Bowl, ESPN
9pm AEDT, NFL Blitz at Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN (Replay)

Monday February 12 – Super Bowl LVIII Day

2am AEDT, NFL Countdown – Post Season, ESPN
8.30am AEDT, SportsCenter ANZ, ESPN
9am AEDT, NFL Blitz – Super Bowl LVIII Pre-Game Show, ESPN
10am AEDT, Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN
2.30pm AEDT, NFL PrimeTime, ESPN
4.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LVIII, ESPN (Replay)
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