About NFL Network's Super Bowl Coverage

Monday February 1 - Sunday February 7, 2021

Super Bowl LV will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on February 7, 2021 and NFL Network has, by far, the most comprehensive around-the-clock coverage of Super Bowl Week ahead of the big game. During the most exciting football week of the year, NFL Network is here to make sure you won't miss a beat.

While things will look a little different this year, we're committed to delivering the ultimate fan experience in the safest way possible. Super Bowl Opening Night powered by BOLT24 will be the national kick off for Super Bowl LV festivities and will be held virtually this year on Monday, February 1, 2021. Fans can be a part of the action as the Super Bowl players and coaches address the nation for the first time LIVE virtually. Super Bowl Opening Night powered by BOLT24 is the first place that Super Bowl players and coaches from both teams will interact with media and virtual fans before the Super Bowl.

NFL Network will be delivering 70+ hours of Super Bowl LV coverage, kicking off Monday with Good Morning Football to start the day and with Super Bowl Opening Night powered by BOLT24 to end it. As the week rolls along and we inch closer and closer to Super Bowl LV, NFL Network will feature special editions of NFL GameDay Morning presented by Intuit TurboTax Live as well as NFL Total Access and Mic'd Up. Beyond special editions of the NFL Network programming fans know and love, additional exclusive programs such as Super Bowl Live, Super Bowl Saturday Night presented by Invisalign, 1st and Future powered by AWS and Super Bowl LV Countdown. NFL Network is here for Super Bowl week and has you covered on everything ahead of Super Bowl LV.