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The NFL extravaganza will take place on Sunday 7th February as Super Bowl LIV winners Kansas City Chiefs will hope to make it back-to-back titles.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, on the other hand, will make history by becoming the first team to ever play a Super Bowl showdown at their home stadium.
A significant focus will be on former New England Patriots superstar Brady, who could end his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by capturing another Super Bowl ring for his collection.
Here is how to watch all of the action from Super Bowl LV live in the United Kingdom on Sunday.
Super Bowl LV will take place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The event will not be played behind closed doors, but there will be a cap on how many fans that can attend Raymond James amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 65,000-capacity Raymond James will host 25,000 fans for Super Bowl LV.
Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers is expected to kick-off at 11:30pm on Sunday.
However, the clash could kick-off a little bit later due to the Super Bowl's pre-match razzmatazz.
NFL fans can tune in for Super Bowl LV on either Sky or BBC.
BBC Two will begin the coverage for the event from 11pm, but BBC One will show the kick-off for Super Bowl LV from 11:30pm.
Sky's coverage for the Super Bowl will begin much earlier than BBC's with Live: NFL Gameday Morning, which will begin from 2pm on channel 407.
The broadcaster's main match coverage for Super Bowl LV will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401) and channel 407 from 10pm.
Sky customers can also catch all of the action LIVE from Tampa using Sky One from 11pm.
Those who own a TV licence fee in the UK can stream Super Bowl LV using the BBC iPlayer or via the BBC Sport website.
The BBC iPlayer app can be download on iOS and Android devices, along with PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Sky customers, on the other hand, will be able to stream Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers using Sky Go.
Sky Go can be downloaded on both iOS and Android devices, giving fans access to the content on desktop, mobile devices and tablets.
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