Super Bowl 2017 live: Time, TV schedule, and live stream for Fox broadcast, NFL Super Bowl 2017 live On The game kicks off at 6 p.m. ET, Super Bowl 51 Live on Fox Tv Channel. The 2017 Super Bowl is about to kick off at Houston’s NRG Stadium, pitting the Patriots against the Falcons in Super Bowl 51.
Super Bowl LI kicks off in Houston at 6:30 p.m. ET with the New England Patriots facing off against the Atlanta Falcons. And for the second time, Fox Deportes will be showing the game in Spanish, three years after it did so for the first time in 2014, when the Seattle Seahawks blew out the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.
This is the fourth year the NFL will broadcast the game on a Spanish network in the United States. John Laguna, Jessi Losada and former Green Bay Packers linebacker Brady Poppinga will be on the call.
The days leading up to Super Bowl in 2017, as usual, were a week-long tease that had everybody more than ready for the arrival of kickoff time. New England, a three-point favorite, was ready to earn its fifth Super Bowl title with its iconic Tom Brady-Bill Belichick duo. Atlanta was anxious to win its first Super Bowl in franchise history.
Everything is bigger in Texas, and that will be true of the Super Bowl LI performances scheduled as part of Sunday’s festivities in Houston when the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons. Though the NFL has shied away from provocative pop performances in the years since Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction in Super Bowl XXXVIII, it’s been moving back toward buzzy performances with Katy Perry, Beyonce and now Gaga.