Sep 052014
 

The regular NFL Season begins this week so here is the next few weeks of UK TV coverage

SEPTEMBER SCHEDULE

WEEK 1
Fri 05 Sept – 01:30 – Packers vs Seahawks (Sky Sports 1)
Sun 07 Sept – 18:00 – Patriots vs Dolphins (Sky Sports 1)
Sun 07 Sept – 21:25 – 49ers vs Cowboys (Sky Sports 1)
Mon 08 Sept – 01:30 – Colts vs Broncos (Channel 4)
Tue 09 Sept – 00:10 – Giants vs Lions (British Eurosport)
Tue 09 Sept – 03:20 – Chargers vs Cardinals (British Eurosport)

WEEK 2
Fri 12 Sept – 01:25 – Steelers vs Ravens (Sky Sports 2)
Sun 14 Sept – 18:00 – Falcons vs Bengals (Sky Sports 2)
Sun 14 Sept – 21:25 – Chiefs vs Broncos (Sky Sports 2)
Mon 15 Sept – 01:30 – Bears vs 49ers (Channel 4)
Tue 16 Sept – 01:30 – Eagles vs Colts (British Eurosport)

WEEK 3
Fri 19 Sept – 01:25 – Bucaneers vs Falcons (Sky Sports 2)
Mon 22 Sept – 01:30 – Steelers vs Panthers (Channel 4)
Tue 23 Sept – 01:30 – Bears vs Jets (British Eurosport)
Sky Sports Sunday Game is yet to be announced

WEEK 4
Fri 26 Sept – 01:25 – Giants vs Redskins (Sky Sports 2)
Sun 28 Sept – 1:30 – Dolphins vs Raiders (Sky Sports/Channel 4) – WEMBLEY
Mon 29 Sept – 01:30 – Saints vs Cowboys (Channel 4)
Tue 30 Sept – 01:30 – Patriots vs Chiefs (British Eurosport)

 

https://www.satandpcguy.com/blog/2014/08/live-nfl-american-football-sky-sports-september-2014/

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Aug 312013
 

Channel 4 is to become the new terrestrial television home of the NFL and Super Bowl as part of a new two-year deal with the National Football League.

The deal sees Channel 4 become the NFL’s exclusive free-to-air TV partner in the UK.

Channel 4 will also feature live coverage of the NFL’s annual games at Wembley Stadium – beginning with the two games scheduled in 2013 – and the Superbowl, previously shown by the BBC.

Channel 4 will air:

Super Bowl live: The 2013/4 Super Bowl XLVIII will be played in New York/New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday February 2.

NFL International Series games live: The NFL will stage two games at Wembley in 2013: Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings (September 29) and San Francisco 49ers at Jacksonville Jaguars (October 27).

Sunday Night Football live: The NFL’s biggest game of the week, which has been aired on Channel 4 over the past three seasons, kicking off at 1:30 a.m. The new season begins on Sunday September 8.

Channel 4 was the first UK station to feature regular NFL coverage when it began its ‘American Football’ programme after its launch in November 1982. The station’s coverage evolved into a mix of live games, highlights and magazines shows and continued until January 1998.

Channel 4’s NFL coverage will kick off on Sunday September 8 with a traditional NFC East division rivalry as the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants. The London-bound 49ers, Super Bowl runners-up last season, feature in Week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks.

Sky Sports will continue to broadcast the Thursday night game, and the two Sunday afternoon/evening games, as well as the Super Bowl.

 

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