The Super Bowl is not just about the sports, but about the huge half time show. This year, Justin Timberlake took to the stage for the first time since the infamous "Nipplegate" incident. If you're not interested in the huge game that the mighty Philadelphia Eagles just won, well: You can just watch the Half-Time Show right here!
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Today, Superbowl LII captivates a global audience with all the pomp and excess that America is renowned for. 92 men don body armour and helmets, clashing and tackling their opponents for hours in pursuit of glory. But it isn't the players on the opposite end of the field that are the most dangerous though. There's a more insidious threat that hangs over the entire day: Concussions and the long-term effects on player's brains.
America's biggest sporting event takes place on February 4 and whether you come for the ads or come for the sport, there's no denying the spectacle that is the Superbowl. The timing means that most Aussies will be at work, so if you want to watch grown men throw, kick and tackle each other in pursuit of the Vince Lombardi trophy, we've got all the ways for you to watch the Superbowl live in Australia.
We're now just two weeks away from Superbowl LII, which takes place on February 4. The third round of the playoffs - the NFL Conference Championships - begin January 22 (AEDT). If you're a fan of the remaining teams or just looking to see what America's Game has to offer, then you'll want to catch the NFL playoffs this year - and we've got you covered.
Here's all the ways you can watch the NFL Conference Championships in Australia.