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Video: When Is The Super Bowl? NFL Final American Football This Year
The Super Bowl is traditionally held on the first Sunday in February. The date for the Super Bowl 2015 is therefore Sunday, February 1st. It starts here at 11:15 p.m. The venue for this year's Super Bowl is the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Before it is clear who will meet in this year's edition of the NFL final, it is important to get the Divisional Playoffs behind and the Conference Championships. Here's what the 2015 NFL season schedule looks like in American football:
- Panthers - Seahawks (NFC)
- Cowboys - Packers (NFC)
- Ravens - Patriots (AFC)
- Colts - Broncos (AFC)
- Winner NFC 1 - Winner NFC 2
- Winner AFC 1 - winner AFC 2
- Winner Conference Championship NFC - Winner Conference Championship AFC
Super Bowl 2015
Date: February 1, 2015
Super Bowl 2015? Who's Playing?
As in previous years, you can also watch the Super Bowl on TV this year. Sat.1 broadcasts on Sunday evening from 11:15 p.m. Even before the Super Bowl, you can watch selected games from the NFL playoffs on live stream and on TV. Sat.1 broadcasts live from Saturday to Sunday (January 10 / January 11) from 2:05 a.m. of the Carolina Panthers vs. Seattle Seahawks. The following evening you see the game Indianapolis Colts against Denver Broncos from 11:15 p.m. on Sat.1. You can watch the games of the Divisional Playoffs live with Magine online on PC, Android, iPhone and iPad. The Conference Championships will also show Sat.1:
- NFC Championship: Sunday, January 18, 9:05 p.m. (Stream)
- AFC Championship: Sunday, January 18, 11:15 p.m. (TV and stream)
- Sat.1 will report on the NFC game from 11:15 p.m. and then until the end of the AFC game.
The NFL broadcasts are moderated by Frank Buschmann and Jan Stecker.