Super Bowl Opening Night 2018: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel

Super Bowl Week officially kicks off on Monday with “Super Bowl Opening Night” set to take place at Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, close to U.S. Bank Stadium which will play host to the big game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots on Feb. 4.
“Super Bowl Opening Night” is a rebranding of the popular media day, shifting the media availability from midday during the week to primetime to kickoff the Super Bowl festivities in the host city.
The event will air on ESPN and the NFL Network.
Beginning at 8:10 p.m. ET, the Patriots will begin their media availability where they take questions from the press and pose for photos. The Eagles will follow at 10:00 p.m. ET.
One uncertainty for Opening Night is the availability of Patriots tight end and quote machine Rob Gronkowski, who is not expected to participate in the event unless he successfully passes through concussion protocol.
How can you tune into Super Bowl Opening Night to see what the players have to say ahead of the biggest game of their careers? All of the information you need to catch the wild night can be seen below:

Date: Monday, Jan. 29
Start Time: Patriots at 8:10 p.m. ET, Eagles at 10:00 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Venue: Xcel Energy Center
TV Info: ESPN, NFL Network
Live Stream: Stream 1 | Stream 2 | Stream 3
Kickoff for Super Bowl 52 is set for 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

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