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ESPN Caribbean presents Super Bowl LIII – a matchup between the New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams – on Sunday, February 3 at 6:00 p.m. ET, from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Super Bowl LIII will air LIVE on ESPN Caribbean, marking the 11th consecutive year of Super Bowl coverage on the network, as well as on ESPN Play, ESPN’s digital platform, simultaneously broadcasting all the programming and special coverage of Super Bowl LIII.
In addition to live coverage of Super Bowl LIII, ESPN will provide programming on Super Bowl Sunday for fans in the Caribbean. Highlights include:
- 8:30 a.m. ET – NFL Matchup
- 11:00 a.m. ET – NFL Countdown
- 4:30 p.m. ET – NFL Films Presents: Gearing Up for the Big Game
- 5:00 p.m. ET – NFL Films Presents: Road to the Super Bowl
- 6:00 p.m. ET – Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams
Comprehensive news and information coverage leading up to the event will be available on ESPNCaribbean.com and via social media on Facebook and Twitter.
ESPN’s Super Bowl LIII telecast will include coverage of the PEPSI SUPER BOWL LIII HALFTIME SHOW, which will feature three-time Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum band MAROON 5. Maroon 5 will feature a slate of guest artists including Grammy-nominated rapper TRAVIS SCOTT and Atlanta native BIG BOI bringing together the broadest range of musical genres ever seen on the Super Bowl stage.
Super Bowl LIII at a Glance
New England Patriots:
- The New England Patriots continue to break records for most Super Bowls played by a single franchise. This year marks the team’s 11th Super Bowl appearance to date (Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburg Steelers have 8 appearances) and fourth in five years.
- Coach Bill Belichick and the NFL’s oldest starting quarterback Tom Brady, return for their ninth Super Bowl and second Super Bowl faceoff against the Rams (2002).
- Since joining the New England Patriots in 2000, Tom Brady has led the team to five Super Bowl victories.
Los Angeles Rams
- In their last Super Bowl appearance in 2002, the Rams (based in St. Louis) were defeated by the Patriots and Tom Brady in his first Super Bowl game.
- The Rams’ head coach, Sean McVay (32), is currently the youngest in NFL history and will lead the Rams as the first team to represent Los Angeles in the Super Bowl since 1984.
ESPN International and its affiliated networks will present Super Bowl LIII live to more than 68 million households in 75 countries and territories throughout Spanish-speaking Latin America, Brazil, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, Canada, the Philippines and Sub Saharan Africa. Commentary and analysis is provided in four languages — English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.