To find the gameday schedule for Super Bowl Sunday, visit the Super Bowl page of NFL.com. The site provides approximate times for the stadium opening, team warm-ups, the national anthem and player introductions, kickoff and halftime.
View the gameday schedule by visiting NFL.com and placing the cursor over Schedules. On the drop-down menu that appears, click the link for the upcoming Super Bowl. The link has the Super Bowl's number and date, which varies each year.
The Super Bowl page changes during the season. Before and during the season, it provides stories and information related to the Super Bowl. Once the Super Bowl matchup is set, the page provides details about gameday and the city in which it takes place that year. Click Guide on the page menu, and click Game Day Guide on the next page to view the schedule.
Television schedules are available in newspapers and online news sites, such as USAToday.com. The schedule on USAToday.com provides programming information for NBC and ESPN, along with information about Super Bowl performers. Channels that broadcast the Super Bowl usually have several hours of pregame coverage, followed by the game broadcast. The game broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The postgame show follows the game.