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There has been a change in NFL broadcasting in Australia for the current campaign, with DAZN offering the NFL Game Pass subscription service for the 2023-24 season.

DAZN is the only place to watch every game (pre-season, regular season, playoffs and Super Bowl) across the NFL in 2023/24 live and on demand.

ESPN also broadcasted select games on Thursday Night, Sunday Night and Monday Night throughout the season, including two additional Sunday games and Thanksgiving Day fixtures.

On free-to-air television, Channel 7 show two live games per week, including playoffs and the upcoming Super Bowl.

MORE: Sign up to DAZN here to watch NFL matches in Australia

Who is playing in the NFL’s Super Bowl?

Reigning champions the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII.

It is a rematch of the 2020 decider, where the Chiefs prevailed 31-20.

NFL Divisional Round 2023 full Australian schedule, results

MORE: Sign up to DAZN here to watch NFL matches in Australia

Date Time (AEDT) Matchup/Result
Sunday, Jan. 21 8:30 am Baltimore Ravens 34 def. Houston Texans 10
Sunday, Jan. 21 12:15 pm San Francisco 49ers 24 def. Green Bay Packers 21
Monday, Jan. 22 7:00 am Detroit Lions 31 def. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23
Monday, Jan. 22 10:30 am Buffalo Bills 24 def. by Kansas City Chiefs 27

NFL Conference Championships results

Date Time (AEDT) Matchup/Result

Monday, Jan. 29

7:00 am Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Monday, Jan. 29

10:30 am San Francisco 49ers vs. Detroit Lions

NFL Superbowl: Schedule, start time in Australia

Date Time (AEDT) Matchup

Monday, Feb. 12

10:30 am San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Where is the 2024 Super Bowl?

The 2024 edition of the NFL’s Super Bowl –  Super Bowl LVIII – will take place in Las Vegas, at Allegiant Stadium. 

Traditionally the home of the Las Vegas Raiders, this will be the first time that the NFL’s biggest night will be held in the infamous city. 

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