1-30 super bowlSiriusXM, the Official Satellite Radio Partner of the NFL, has a long standing traditiuon of fantastic Super Bowl coverage.  The company offers up Super Bowl content from just about any language or perspective you can imagine.  On Sunday, February 1 (6:00 pm ET), SiriusXM will offer live coverage of Super Bowl XLIX from University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ.

The various broadcasts are as follows:

  • New England Patriots team broadcast - Sirius 85 / XM 85 / Online 818
  • Seattle Seahawks team broadcast - Sirius 93 / XM 225 / Online 826
  • National radio broadcast – Sirius 88 / XM 88 / Online 88
  • Spanish language broadcast – Sirius 157 / XM 232 / Online 966
  • Hungarian broadcast - Sirius 136 / XM 231 / Online 965
  • Japanese broadcast – Sirius 138 / XM 227 / Online 961
  • French broadcast – Sirius 132 / XM 226 / Online 960
  • Portuguese broadcast – Sirius 134 / XM 230 / Online 964
  • Chinese broadcast – Sirius 135 / XM 229 / Online 963
  • German broadcast – Sirius 92 / XM 228 / Online 962

If you love the halftime show, you can that as well!  During the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show, SiriusXM will offer listeners a broadcast of the on-field musical performance by Katy Perry with special guest performer Lenny Kravitz on SiriusXM Hits 1.

SiriusXM NFL Radio (channel 88) will broadcast live every day from the NFL's Radio Row in downtown Phoenix, offering listeners the latest news and expert analysis, plus dozens of interviews with players, coaches, league executives and celebrities in town for the event.  SiriusXM NFL Radio features an unparalleled roster of hosts in town for the event that includes Gil Brandt, Tim Brown,Rich Gannon, Pat Kirwan, Jim Miller, Ross Tucker, Carl Banks, Takeo Spikes, Bob Papa, Alex Marvez, Bruce Murray, Howard Balzer and others.

In addition to SiriusXM NFL Radio's coverage, subscribers will get special programming from SiriusXM's other sports, entertainment and music channels throughout the weekend.  Go ahead, explore the dial.  This Super Bowl is anticipated to be the most watched television event in history, so it is highly likely the game will be talked about and discussed on many Sirius XM channels!  Stay Tuned!