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Immediate Release

AFN Broadcasts Super Bowl LVIII

The Defense Media Activity (DMA) and the American Forces Network (AFN) invite authorized overseas audiences to enjoy live coverage of Super Bowl LVIII on AFN global television, radio and streaming services beginning Sunday, February 11.

"We are deeply grateful to the National Football League for their continuing, generous support and partnership with AFN enabling our U.S. troops overseas to enjoy the Super Bowl live," said Hal Pittman, DMA director. "Providing U.S. forces serving overseas with this important touch of home directly supports military leaders by enhancing troop morale."

In addition to radio and television services, AFN will offer the Super Bowl on its streaming video app, AFN Now, and its streaming radio app, AFN Go.  In addition to live coverage, the Super Bowl will be available through video-on-demand on AFN Now to better serve the active schedules of U.S. service members operating around the world.

Coverage of this year's championship matchup begins at 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time and includes, "The NFL Honors Red Carpet Show," "Road to the Super Bowl," and "Kickoff Show." 

Audiences can engage with AFN during the game by using #SB58AFN and #SuperBowlAFN on Facebook, Instagram, and X.

"AFN's broadcast of the Super Bowl is one of our biggest events of the year," said Jim Alexander, director of the AFN Broadcast Center.  "Our operations and support teams take tremendous pride in knowing this year's NFL season finale will be eagerly watched by American service members worldwide."

AFN's complete broadcast schedule is available at

The AFN Now and AFN Go apps are free and available at the Google Play and Apple App stores for use by service members, families, and retirees living overseas. AFN Now users must register for the service through the app prior to accessing content.

AFN continues its 82-year legacy of informing and entertaining American forces overseas through top-rated American television and radio news, sports, and entertainment programming via satellite, cable, internet, and AFN stations worldwide.