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ESPN presents massive week of programming ahead of SUPER BOWL LV from Tampa Bay

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ESPN is the only place to be in the lead up to Super Bowl LV.

Highlights this week will include the 2021 Pro Bowl Celebration, 30 for 30 film premiere, classic Super Bowl replays, exclusive Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes interview, and special SC: NFL Blitz from Tampa Bay headlining the coverage.

ESPN Australia New Zealand will have a bumper Super Bowl week schedule, ahead of the highly anticipated Super Bowl LV between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers on February 8 AEDT at 10am AEDT.
 
Kansas City are the reigning Super Bowl champions and quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be looking to defend both the Vince Lombardi Trophy and his Super Bowl MVP status.
 
However, Mahomes runs into the GOAT Tom Brady, who plays in his tenth Super Bowl, double the previous record.
 
Brady has won six Super Bowl’s with the New England Patriots and hopes to add to that total, in his first attempt with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
 
The Bucs’ are the first team to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium, and having been on the road throughout the post-season, will look to convert that advantage on the biggest stage of them all. 
 
But, before the Chiefs and Buccaneers throw down on February 8, ESPN Australia New Zealand has every angle covered of Super Bowl week.

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Starting on Monday February 1, ESPN will provide live coverage of the 2021 Pro Bowl Celebration at 7am AEDT on ESPN.
 
The two-hour special will honor all of this year’s Pro Bowl players and will be hosted by Sam Ponder and six-time NFL Pro Bowler, Randy Moss.
 
The 2021 Pro Bowl celebration will also feature Suzy Kolber’s one-on-one interviews with Super Bowl LV quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady.
 
Also featuring are the top ten plays of the season, memorable moments from the AFC and NFC stars on this year’s Pro Bowl rosters, commemorative interviews and impactful storytelling.
 
Throughout the week, ESPN will highlight some of the most memorable NFL games in history, as well as reliving some of the most iconic Super Bowl matchups.
 
Wednesday February 3 will see ESPN relive classic Super Bowl showdowns.
 
Viewers can relive the classic Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, which is followed by last year’s Super Bowl LIV, which saw Patrick Mahomes lead the Chiefs to an epic comeback against the San Francisco 49ers.
 
Friday February 5 will see the premiere of a brand new ESPN Film from the award winning 30 for 30 series, 30 for 30: Al Davis vs The NFL, at 1pm AEDT on ESPN2.

The latest in the 30 for 30 films series premieres the same time as in the United States, and will also air at 9pm AEDT that evening on ESPN2.
 
The documentary revisits the story of Davis’ long-running feud with NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle as he searched for a permanent stadium for his Raiders team, as well as looking at Davis’ lasting impact on the current NFL landscape.
 
Friday February 5 will also see the first of four SC: NFL Blitz programs from Tampa Bay, bringing viewers all the colour and excitement from Super Bowl week, with SportsCenter host Phil Murphy.
 
SC: NFL Blitz will premiere at 7.30pm AEDT on Friday February 5, and will continue with new episodes daily, until Super Bowl LV on ESPN.
 
Sunday February 7 sees a 12-hour Super Bowl marathon across ESPN and ESPN2, as viewers can relive Super Bowl LIV, Super Bowl LIII, Super Bowl LII, Super Bowl LI and Super Bowl XXXVII back to back.
 
On Monday February 8, ESPN will take you to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, where ESPN SportsCenter host Phil Murphy and team set the stage for Super Bowl LV. 
 
The Super Bowl LV pre-game begins at 9am AEDT, with a live SC: NFL Blitz – Super Bowl Pre Show
 
ESPN’s Monday Night Football team Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick will then call the highly anticipated Super Bowl LV showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 10am AEDT, in a dedicated broadcast for Australian and New Zealand fans.

Super Bowl LV Week on ESPN

Monday February 1
 
7am AEDT, 2021 Pro Bowl Celebration, ESPN
8pm AEDT, 2021 Pro Bowl Celebration, ESPN (Replay)
 
Tuesday February 2
8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
3pm AEDT, 30 for 30: Deion’s Double Play, ESPN
7pm AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN2
 
Wednesday February 3
8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
5pm AEDT, Super Bowl LIII, ESPN
5.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LIV, ESPN
6.30pm AEDT, NFL Films: Road to the Super Bowl, ESPN
 
Thursday February 4
8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
1.30pm AEDT, NFL Films: Road to the Super Bowl, ESPN
 
Friday February 5
8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
1pm AEDT, 30 for 30: Al Davis vs The NFL, ESPN2
7.30pm AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz – Super Bowl Show, ESPN
9pm AEDT, 30 for 30: Al Davis vs The NFL, ESPN2
 
Saturday February 6
8am AEDT, NFL Live, ESPN
10am AEDT, Super Bowl XLIX Highlights, ESPN2
1.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LIII, ESPN2
3pm AEDT, Super Bowl LIV, ESPN2
7.30pm AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz – Super Bowl Show, ESPN
10.30pm AEDT, 30 for 30: Al Davis vs The NFL, ESPN
 
Sunday February 7
4pm AEDT, Super Bowl XXXVII Highlights, ESPN2
4.30pm AEDT, Road to the Super Bowl, ESPN2
7.30pm AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz – Super Bowl Show, ESPN
 
Monday February 8
2am AEDT, Post Season NFL Countdown, ESPN
6am AEDT, Post Season NFL Countdown, ESPN
9am AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz – Super Bowl Pre Show, ESPN
10am AEDT,  Super Bowl LV: Kansas City vs Tampa Bay, ESPN
2.30pm AEDT, NFL Primetime Live, ESPN
3.30pm AEDT, SportsCenter Live, ESPN
4.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LV (Replay), ESPN
9.30pm AEDT, Super Bowl LV (Replay), ESPN
 
*All times listed are AEDT

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and Sky NZ

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