Whilst one superstar makes her highly anticipated return to the stage in one of the biggest performances of all time, fans all around the world are wondering how they can tune in to witness it. If this person happens to be you, you’re in the right place…
The Super Bowl truly is a game for everyone. It’s just as much for the entertainment as it is the sport, which naturally means that there will be a lot of eyes transfixed on the spectacle.
The four-hour long NFL game will take place this February 12, and there happens to be a few things that are kind of a big deal…Rihanna’s first live performance in five years *cough cough*, that we think you might want to give a little watch.
But how can we watch the extravaganza here in the UK, and most controversial of all, what time do we have to stay up to watch it!
How to watch the Super Bowl?
The greatest news of all is that there isn’t just one way to watch the event this year, you have a range of options, which is always nice.
UK fans can watch the game live on either ITV1 or Sky Sports. Alternatively, you will be able to stream it on ITVX, NowTV, or you can actually subscribe to the NFL game pass.
What time will the Super Bowl be in the UK?
The game will kick-off at around 23:30 (GMT) in the UK, and the halftime show is expected to commence at roughly 1:30am on Monday morning, so it’s not exactly going to be an early one!
Apple Music is this year’s official halftime sponsor, and Miss Riri is making her comeback in the performance of a lifetime! We would say that it's worth staying up until 1:30am for, wouldn’t you?
Following the announcement, one of her many musical collaborators, Jay-Z said: ‘Rihanna is a generational talent, a woman of humble beginnings who has surpassed expectations at every turn. A person born on the small island of Barbados who became one of the most prominent artists ever. Self-made in business and entertainment.’
Although we are yet to uncover her set list, we know it’s going to be none other than a night to remember.