Sky Sports is taking over coverage of the NFL’s Sunday Night Football from Channel 4.
Sky Sports has acquired the rights previously held by Channel Four for the next two years. This brings viewers an additional game a week and taking the Sky Sports NFL coverage to more than 100 live matches a season.
Sky Sports will also show Monday Night Football, part of deal reached between the NFL and Sky last year. Alongside Thursday and Sunday games, the deal provides viewers with more matches during the regular season.
RedZone will again be available via the red button and Sky Sports Xtra.
In the final six weeks of the regular season Sunday Night Football will also be simulcast live on Sky 1.
The schedule for week one of live NFL on Sky Sports has now been confirmed:
New England Patriots v Pittsburgh Steelers
Thu 10 Sept midnight
Chicago Bears v Green Bay Packers
Sun 13 Sept 5.30pm
Denver Broncos v Baltimore Ravens
Sun 13 Sept 9:00pm
Dallas Cowboys v New York Giants
Mon 13 Sept 12:30am
Atlanta Falcons v Philadelphia Eagles
Tue 15 Sept 12:05am
San Francisco 49ers v Minnesota Vikings
Tue 15 Sept 3:15am
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