- Watch the full Super Bowl LVIII – including Halftime Show – on more devices than ever before including smart TVs, mobiles, tablets, and games consoles on DAZN via NFL Game Pass.
- Game Pass available via DAZN in more than 200 countries.
- San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs one of the most hotly anticipated matchups in recent years.
- Original American broadcast, with US pregame show, ads, and analysis.
- Sign up now and get contract-free access to DAZN’s NFL content catalog until 31 July 2024 – including the NFL Draft, Combine NFL Network, and on-demand shows like ‘Hard Knocks’.
LONDON, 7 FEBRUARY 2024 – Ahead of one the most hotly anticipated Super Bowls of recent years, DAZN, the world’s leading sports streaming service and global home of NFL Game Pass (excl. US and China), today heralded Super Bowl LVIII as the most internationally accessible of all time.
Existing fans, and those new to the sport, can sign up for the entire Super Bowl LVIII event on a variety of internet-enabled devices – via their smart TVs, mobiles, tablets, games consoles, and more – and enjoy the Halftime Show featuring Usher, and have continued, full contract-free access to DAZN’s NFL content catalog until 31 July, including:
- The entire Super Bowl event, including the Halftime Show
- Original American broadcast with US, pregame show, ads and analysis
- NFL Draft, Combine, NFL Network 24/7 live, and on-demand shows like Hard Knocks
- Full global portability, watch from over 200 different countries
- Full game replays and condensed highlights
Pete Oliver, DAZN Growth Markets CEO, said: “Growing the popularity of the NFL is a priority for DAZN. The Super Bowl, as one the biggest sports entertainment events, is an ideal way to introduce sports fans to the excitement of American Football. Providing more and easier ways for people to access Super Bowl LVIII, across multiple devices in 200 plus territories makes this Super Bowl ‘super’ accessible”.
Spectacular Conference Championship Showdowns Unfold in NFL: Chiefs and 49ers headed to Super Bowl
On a thrilling Sunday of football, the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) Championship games unfolded with intense showdowns that will be etched in NFL history. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers emerged victorious, earning the coveted tickets to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on February 11th. The journey to the Super Bowl was marked by extraordinary performances, strategic brilliance, and the resilience of two exceptional teams.
AFC Championship: Chiefs Triumph Over Ravens
In a highly anticipated AFC Conference clash, the Kansas City Chiefs faced the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens, showcasing unparalleled athleticism led by the dynamic Lamar Jackson, paired with an aggressive defence featuring Kyle Hamilton, Roquan Smith, and Patrick Queen, were poised for an epic matchup.
The Chiefs, led by the exceptional Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Isaiah Pacheco, executed flawlessly as a well-oiled machine. The defence, spearheaded by sack maestro Chris Jones and defensive standouts like L’Jarius Sneed and Chamarri Conner, proved to be a formidable force.
The expected mental battle played out as forecasted, with Mahomes’ calm and collected leadership nullifying Lamar Jackson’s confidence, while the Chiefs’ defence effectively neutralized many of his plays. The Ravens, plagued by numerous penalties and a lack of discipline, struggled to keep up, culminating in Zay Flowers’ fumble near the end zone after a taunting penalty.
The Chiefs’ resilience and cohesion prevailed, securing their spot in the Super Bowl in Vegas on 11 February.
NFC Championship: 49ers comeback against Lions
In the NFC, the Detroit Lions embarked on a promising journey, initially dominating the San Francisco 49ers. Despite a 24-7 halftime lead, a second-half comeback by the 49ers, fuelled by incredible performances from Brock Purdy, Christian McCaffrey, and Brandon Aiyuk, resulted in a heartbreaking 34-31 defeat for the Lions. Touchdowns from Jameson Williams, David Montgomery, and Jahmyr Gibbs had given the Lions a strong start, but they faltered in the face of the 49ers’ resurgence.
For the Lions, it marked the end of a magical season and a missed opportunity for their first-ever trip to the Super Bowl. The 49ers, with their eighth Super Bowl appearance, now have a chance to claim their sixth Lombardi Trophy in a compelling showdown.
Super Bowl LVIII: 49ers vs. Chiefs
The stage is now set for an unforgettable Super Bowl LVIII, as the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs go head-to-head for American football supremacy on February 11th at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on DAZN
NFL Game Pass is available through the DAZN app either as a standalone subscription or an add-on to an existing DAZN package to customers worldwide**, excluding the United States and China.
Simply go to www.dazn.com/nfl
** Viewers in Canada can access all NFL content through their regular DAZN subscription.