Super Bowl LV: how to follow the NFL final live with your mobile

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Brian Adam
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Every year, in the first week of February, the NFL final, better known as the Super Bowl and facing the champions of the National and American conferences. And this year the final day of the championship has a special attraction because it will face two Quarterbacks (QB) that, one of them is already the most successful in the competition, while opposite it will have one of the few who could break their records in the next decade.

We are talking about Tom Brady, the legendary QB of the New England Patriots, with whom he won six Super Bowls, and Patrick Mahomes, the highest paid athlete in the competition with a whole career ahead of him to beat the master. A match that is already attracting the attention of a planet that will set its eyes once again on the event that arouses the most interest annually, where the brightest stars act and the second of television advertising is paid at the price of gold.

How to follow it with your mobile?

Super Bowl LV It will be held at dawn from Sunday, February 7 to Monday, from 12:30 a.m. am And, in the case of Spain, we will have two options to follow it with the smartphone. The first is to enjoy the broadcast that Movistar + will carry out within its #Vamos channel, and which will feature the participation of its regular commentators and analysts: Andrea Zanoni, Moisés Molina, Miguel Ángel Calleja, MAC and Rubén Ibea. If you have the application installed on your mobile and a subscription that includes sports channels (not football), you can easily follow it from bed.

Movistar + (i) and NFL Game Pass (d) applications.

On the other hand, we have the alternative of Official subscription of the American Football League that is marketed in Europe under the name of NFL Game Pass. With it we will have access to the official broadcast, as well as to all the programs and documentaries that are uploading to the platform and that tells us, with that unmistakable cinematographic style of NFL TV, the path that the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay have followed Buccaneers until reaching this final.

The game will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay (Florida) And, because of the pandemic, its more than 65,000 available seats will not be able to be filled, reducing the capacity for just over 25,000 spectators, a good part of which will be toilets who have been fighting deadly disese for months.

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