Super Bowl 50: Fans around the world ready for NFL action

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    On February 7, the much-awaited 2016 Super Bowl 50 will celebrate its Golden Anniversary in Santa Clara, California.

    The country’s biggest football event will be played at Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers. The main event features an epic showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.

    In anticipation of the main event, the sports channel’s Sunday pre-game show – The Other Pregame Show – will be televised live on the CBS channel.

    The Super Bowl 50 will also highlight major pre-game events such as the unveiling of the channel’s new logo and graphics package.

    Special correspondents designated within the city and around the country report on the impact of television’s most watched event in business and finance. Leading the halftime entertainment will be British rock band Coldplay, who will be joined by Beyonce.

    How to watch
    Fans, around the country and the world, who are unable to watch live, expect CBS Sports’ seamless streaming of the major event via the CBS Sports Channel, Apple TV, XBOX One and even Chromecast.

    Non-cable subscribers can also watch live via the CBS Live streaming link. The sports channel promised real-time broadcast of the National Football League (NFL) action and fans will not even miss out on the Super Bowl ads, a highlight for some.

    Fans can watch the live stream on their computers, like desktops and laptops, tablets and home entertainment devices.

    One of the most awaited sports events in the country is the Super Bowl, where millions of fans are excited to witness thrilling games, halftime performances and expensive advertising. CBS enhances it effort to make the live event accessible to all, through televised broadcast, streaming link and the NFL mobile app.

    Whether they are watching it in live in the stadium or in the comforts of their own home, Super Bowl is closer to the fans than ever.

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    The Crowd Says (4)

    • January 31st 2016 @ 9:16am
      BigAl said | January 31st 2016 @ 9:16am | ! Report

      7Mate wouldn’t be happy they don’t crack a mention here

    • January 31st 2016 @ 10:54am
      Ian said | January 31st 2016 @ 10:54am | ! Report

      Fans around the world HA!

      Yeah some people watch it, but outside North America there are no countries with a professional league.

      Just like AFL in Australia.


      • January 31st 2016 @ 11:01am
        AZ_RBB said | January 31st 2016 @ 11:01am | ! Report

        It has 1000x times the overseas presence that AFL has. Can’t compare the two.

        But it is staggering how often non football articles end up here.

        Also Super Bowl is 8 days away.

      • January 31st 2016 @ 2:24pm
        New York Hawk said | January 31st 2016 @ 2:24pm | ! Report

        There is some merit to your comment, but in 10 years it will be completely incorrect. Primarily because the NFL is probably the best team competition in the world. As an AFL fanatic, rugby supporter for life and EPL observer, the NFL, as a pure competition, is so much better than all of them. I couldn’t begin to count the number of crazy endings, ridiculous upsets and “holy crap” moments (my two year old daughter routinely says “holy crap” when the NFL is on – yes I am the world’s worst dad) I have seen in just this season. The competition is so close, the play-making and athleticism so extraordinary, and those things combined with the game being designed to have important moments every 3 or so plays, makes it the best sporting competition to watch in the world. In this ever globalize my world, it will get its due recognition.

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