Super Bowl 2017 International Broadcast: Where to Watch Patriots vs. Falcons Outside the U.S.

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The Super Bowl may be the most popular in the United States, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have worldwide appeal.

Thanks to Marshawn Lynch, we know people watch it in Scotland. And according to Global Web Index, there are also plenty of NFL fans in many other countries.

As such, Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons is being broadcast all over the world.

Here’s a complete look at where to watch in different countries:

United States: Fox

Australia: Seven, 7Mate, or ESPN HD

Austria: SAT 1

Belgium: Eleven Sports

Brazil: ESPN or Esporte Interativo

Canada: CTV or RDS

China: GDTV China, Alisports, BesTV, Fox Sports, LETV, SMG, Sina.com, or iQiYi

France: W9 or BeIn Sport

Germany: SAT 1

Italy: Italia 1, Fox Sports 2

Mexico: Televisa, Fox Sports, TV Azteca or ESPN

Japan: NHK or NTV

Netherlands: Fox Sports 2 or Fox HD

New Zealand: TVNZ 1

Philippines: ASN or ABC-CBN

Spain: Telefonica or Canal+

Switzerland: SAT 1

United Kingdom: Sky Sports 1 or BBC 1

You can check here for more information. If you check your local listings and your country isn’t broadcasting the game, you can watch a live stream online with a subscription to NFL Game Pass International.

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