The NFL’s Super Bowl XLIX game will take place on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 6 p.m.
ET on ABC, ESPN, CBS, NBC, Fox and ESPN2.
The game will be broadcast live by NBC Sports Live Extra, ESPN Radio and SiriusXM Channels 105.3 The Ticket.
The NFL will have all 32 teams available to play on air for free.
The final score of the regular season and playoffs will be determined by the outcome of Sunday’s AFC wild-card game at 2 p.b.
The NFC wild-cards will be played at 7 p.p.m., and the AFC championship game will go to 8 p.a. in Arizona.
The league has set a winner-take-all playoff format for the NFC championship game, and the top four teams from each division will advance to the Superbowl.
The top two teams from the NFC and AFC championship games will advance.
The final winner will face the runner-up from the AFC.
The winner of the NFC Championship game will face a wild-horse winner from the conference championship game.
The loser of the AFC Championship game, the winner of that wild-game will face another wild-champion.
The AFC championship will be the first in a four-team format, with the winner playing a wild card in the divisional round.