Super Bowl 2018

Super Bowl 2018 Live Stream Online,Super Bowl 52 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday in Minneapolis with the Philadelphia Eaglesand the New England Patriots. Unlike last year’s game, which was broadcast on Fox Deportes, the Spanish language broadcast of the Super Bowl will air on Telemundo Deportes (live stream).

Super Bowl 2018 Live Stream

Super Bowl 2018

When: 6:30 p.m. ET; coverage begins at 6 p.m.

Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.

TV: Telemundo

Announcers: Edgar Lopez, Rene Giraldo, and Veronica Contreras

Super Bowl 2018

The network will air its Spanish-language live NFL game telecast on NBC Universo. The commentators calling the game include Edgar Lopez and Rene Giraldo in the booth, with Veronica Contreras on the sideline for Telemundo Deportes. Pre- and post-game studio coverage will come from Miguel Gurwitz on Sunday.

Sunday marks the NFL’s fifth time broadcasting the Super Bowl on a Spanish network in the United States.

After a season that has had it all – from surprise packages to horror injuries – the best two teams are set to face off on the biggest day in the American sports year.

It’s the New England Patriots versus the Philadelphia Eagles at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota. And it’s going to be a thriller.

Despite newly-crowned MVP Tom Brady and his Pats going into this one as clear favourites; the Eagles have proven time and time again this season that they shouldn’t be underestimated.

The Patriots have reached eight Super Bowls in 17 years under head coach Bill Belichick, with star man Tom Brady leading the charge at quarterback.

The Philadelphia Eagles, meanwhile, have never won the Lombardi Trophy and head to Minnesota as the biggest Super Bowl underdogs in nearly a decade.

The Eagles last reached the NFL showpiece event in 2005 when they were beaten by the Patriots after seeing off the Atlanta Falcons and the Minnesota Vikings in the play-offs. This year, they again beat the Falcons and the Vikings in postseason but must now find a way to clear the final hurdle.

Once upon a time, the Patriots beat the Eagles in a Super Bowl. The city of Philadelphia has been waiting 13 years to get its revenge. On Sunday, that chance is finally here.

The Patriots, won Super Bowl XXXIX, 20-17, but the game wasn’t really that close. On Sunday, with the Lombardi Trophy again on the line, they’ll face off beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.

After opening as 5.5-point favorites (and some sportsbooks had them as high as 6) following Conference Championship Sunday, the Patriots are no longer quite that revered by Vegas books. Some heavy action on the Eagles shifted the line to 4.5 by late last week, and by Monday, some Vegas sportsbooks started offering Patriots -4. But that’s where it has stayed ever since.

Here’s everything you need to know for the 2018 Super Bowl, including who will be performing at halftime and who will be singing the national anthem as well as how to watch the big game.