Super Bowl 52 Live Stream, Start Time, TV Channel & Viewing Info

 Super Bowl 52 live stream, start time, TV channel and viewing information for Sunday evening’s matchup between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium.


Super Bowl Sunday is finally here!
On Sunday night, people around the country will be gathering in front of their televisions for the Super Bowl 52 clash between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
It looks to be the coldest Super Bowl host city on game day in NFL history, so players and fans will be thankful that the game is taking place indoors.
And as the Eagles defense gears up to take on future Hall of Famer and reigning NFL MVP Tom Brady, they know that they cannot simply focus on the star quarterback.
“It’s Tom plus 10 guys on the field. We can’t just focus on one guy, if we’re going to be real about it,” said Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox said, via ESPN.com. “I think we have to focus on their whole offense, because they’ve got a lot of great players. We have to go out and be ourselves. We’ve got to go out and do the little things right and not beat ourselves in order to be victorious.”
If the Eagles win, it will be the first Super Bowl title in franchise history. New England, meanwhile, is in search of their sixth and the second in a row.
How can you tune in to Sunday evening’s big game? All of the information you need to catch the action from the opening kickoff can be seen below:
Date: Sunday, Feb. 4
Start Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: Stream 1
Betting Odds: New England -4.5 | O/U: 49





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