Super Bowl 2018 Highlights Video (Halftime Show Replay)

The 52nd edition of America’s biggest sporting event Super Bowl 2018 is set to take place on February 5. Here you can find Super Bowl 2018 highlights video and full halftime show replay. The Super Bowl 2017 to be held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota and live coverage of the event will start at 6.30 pm ET. The NFL’s most anticipated game will be played between New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. Justin Timberlake will perform during the Super Bowl 52 halftime show.

New England Patriots became the first quarterback in NFL history to win five Super Bowls leading his team to a 34-28 overtime victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Tom Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for the fourth time which is the most all time. He said, “It was a hell of a football game.” Catch the complete Super Bowl 2018 highlights video.

Super Bowl 2017 Video Highlights

The winner of the AFC Conference will battle against the winner of the NFC Conference to win the prestigious Lombardi trophy which is named after legendary coach Vince Lombardi who coached the Green Bay Packers to the first-ever Super Bowl title in 1966.

Super Bowl 2018 Highlights

How to Watch Super Bowl 2018?

Fox is the official broadcaster of Super Bowl 2018 and will have live coverage of the official game. NBC broadcast will start at 11 am with NFL Films’ Road to the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl 52 will Kickoff at 1 pm ET in the USA. The Super Bowl LI fans can watch Super Bowl 2018 live stream on FobuTV.

The game will be broadcast on both terrestrial and satellite platforms in the UK. The UK based fans can catch live coverage of the match on both Sky Sports 1 HD and the BBC1. Check a complete list of Super Bowl 52 broadcasters.

Super Bowl 2017 Highlights video

If you missed the super bowl 2018 live action then don’t worry because here you will get full highlights video just after the match. Stay tuned with us for Super Bowl 2018 highlights video of match halftime show. Last year British band Coldplay performed in the halftime show with a guest appearance from Beyonce while this year, Lady Gaga will perform at the half-time with the national anthem.