The Super Bowl may be the most watched television event of the year but not everyone can be near a tv. We have you covered with all the radio information for tonight’s broadcast of Super Bowl 50. The game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Westwood One Sports handles all the NFL national broadcasts and will be on radio stations nationwide. Click here for a coverage map to see where you can listen to the game in your area. Kevin Harlan, Dan Fouts and Boomer Esiason will be calling the game on Westwood One. Mark Malone and James Lofton are the sideline reporters for the broadcast.
In the greater Charlotte area, WBT 1110 AM will be broadcasting the game live. Click here if you live in the Carolinas to see what station you can listen to the game on where you live.
In the greater Denver area, the Super Bowl will be broadcast on KOA 850 AM and KRFX 103.5 FM. If you live in Colorado or surrounding states, click here to find out where you can listen to the game.
According to Sirius, they will be offering subscribers ten different broadcasts in eight different languages. Here’s a rundown of the various Sirius broadcasts:
Denver Broncos team broadcast – SiriusXM Channel 82
Carolina Panthers team broadcast – Sirius 83 / XM 226 / Online 83
National radio broadcast – SiriusXM Channel 88
Spanish broadcast – SiriusXM Channel 157 / Online 966
Hungarian broadcast – Sirius 135 / XM 232 / Online 965
Japanese broadcast – Sirius 113 / XM 227 / Online t961
French broadcast – Sirius 81 / XM 228 / Online 960
Portuguese broadcast – Sirius 136 / XM 230 / Online 964
Cantonese broadcast – Sirius 108 / XM 229 / Online 963
German broadcast – Sirius 93 / XM 231 / Online 962