The Super Bowl LII matchup is set and we’re counting the days until the chosen teams duke it out for the championship title.
The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will be gracing the field together for the first time in over a decade. In fact, this will be the Eagles’ first revisit to the Super Bowl since 2005, when they were bested by the Patriots. Will this be their chance for vindication? Keep in mind that the Patriots currently hold five wins, and this year, are making a record 10th appearance at the Super Bowl overall. That’s a first for any other team out there.
On the halftime schedule, Justin Timberlake will be taking the stage to promote his new album. Other musical acts on the roster include Pink singing the National Anthem, and “Hamilton” star and Tony-award winner Leslie Odom Jr. will sing “America the Beautiful” during the pre-game show.
Where to Watch the 2018 Super Bowl Online
Super Bowl LII will be aired live from the U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 4, 2018, starting at 3:30pm PT / 6:30 p.m. ET.
NBC will broadcast this year’s Super Bowl, with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth on the call and Michele Tafoya reporting from the sidelines. You’ll also be able to stream the game on NBC Sports Live for every last touchdown.
How to Record the Super Bowl
Super Bowl viewers can record the live stream of Super Bowl 52 from NBC Sports Live with Replay Video Capture, saving every last pass, touchdown, instant replay and incredible halftime moment to watch again and again. Replay Video Capture is the only way to legally record the Super Bowl, so you can capture all the action, amazement, and entertainment without a care in the world.
Just open Replay Video Capture, start the live stream, and click Record! Here’s how:
Check out the Replay Video Capture User Guide for more in-depth information on how the software works, or reach out to us if you have any questions.