The NFL Super Bowl is a truly global affair, with last year's match being watched by an estimated 208 million people around the world. It is a late one in the UK, with the game not starting until 11.30pm our time but that won't deter dedicated fans waiting up to catch the action.

Sunday (February 11), will see the Kansas City Chiefs facing the San Francisco 49ers in the hotly anticipated Super Bowl 58 at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium. Kansas will be fighting for their fourth Lombardi Trophy and San Francisco aiming for their sixth.

Those hoping to catch the game here in the UK can watch the action live on a choice TV and streaming platforms. But for those who want the authentic Super Bowl experience, DAZN is offering the original American broadcast – complete with American commentary, analysis and adverts – for just 99p. Click here to get DAZN’s NFL Game Pass and watch the Super Bowl with US commentary and analysis.

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DAZN’s NFL Game Pass means you can watch the game as if watching live from the States. DAZN works with Chromecast, smart TVs, PlayStation, Xbox and more, so you can watch the action on the big screen.

The Game Pass also includes the anticipated half-time show, which this time around will see R&B icon Usher providing the entertainment. There could also be some surprises like last year when Eminem, Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg were among the stars on stage.

The halftime show is also the place to see the exclusive launch of the year’s biggest and most anticipated film trailers. As reported by Variety, Paramount is expected to unveil ads for the post-apocalyptic horror prequel A Quiet Place: Day One, the reggae biopic Bob Marley: One Love and John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds' live-action fantasy-comedy IF.

The entertainment publication also suggests that Disney and Marvel could unveil the first look at Deadpool 3, which sees Ryan Reynolds’ ‘merc with a mouth’ joined by Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine.

Super Bowl 58 will also be broadcast live on ITV1 and online on ITVX. Sky will also show the game on its dedicated NFL channel, Sky NFL, which is available with a deal with Virgin Media’s Bigger Sports HD Combo Bundle. Until February 14, sports fans can sign up for the bundle and bag a free LG 4K smart TV or £250 off their bill.

For £65 a month, the packed bundle includes Virgin’s superfast M250 fibre broadband and more than 195 TV channels, including eight Sky Sports channels. With this, Virgin members can catch all the best action in the NFL, Premier League, Golf, F1 and more, as well as blockbuster shows like True Detective and the Ted series on Sky Showcase.