It’s that time of year again when the Broncos and Patriots are locked in the AFC title game and if you’re looking for a fun, family-friendly way to watch it, ESPN is making its Super Bowl live stream available to viewers in the U.S. and Canada.
The NFL’s Thursday Night Football telecast will be shown live on ESPN3, with a delay of roughly an hour on ESPN’s live stream of the Broncos-Patriots game.
The game will start at 6:30 p.m.
ET and the stream will run through the evening, with some highlights on Sunday at 4 p.M.
The live stream will also feature a number of other highlights including highlights from the first half of the game, including a Denver-New England touchdown on the Broncos’ final drive, and a touchdown run by Tom Brady.
In addition, ESPN3 will offer a special section that will feature highlights from halftime, the Broncos last touchdown drive and the Broncos taking a lead on a Tom Brady touchdown run.
The stream will feature both live and delayed content.
In addition, the live stream is also available for those who don’t have a cable subscription.
The Broncos and Pats have a combined total of 538,038 fans in the United States and Canada, according to ESPN’s numbers.ESPN’s Super Bowl Live Stream will also include a host of highlights from Sunday’s AFC Championship game, which the Broncos defeated the Steelers 28-17 on Sunday.
The two teams are playing in Super Bowl XLIX.
The Broncos and Super Bowl champions the Denver Broncos will host the New England Patriots on Sunday, January 12, 2017 at 1:25 p.t. in the NFL’s new $1.5 billion Stadium Series.