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Super Bowl 2024 presenters

Sky Sports presenters

  • Neil Reynolds – Sky Sports NFL presenter
  • Phoebe Schecter – Expert analyst
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick – Expert analyst
  • Christian Wilkins – Expert analyst
  • Olivia Harlan Dekker – Reporter

Neil Reynolds is a familiar face in the Sky Sports studio. He presents coverage of weekly regular season games and is spearheading the line-up for the Super Bowl.

He is joined by former NFL coach Phoebe Schecter and Miami Dolphins’ starting defensive tackle Christian Wilkins, as well as popular former NFL quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who enjoyed 17 years in the league across nine teams.

Olivia Harlan Dekker is a new addition to the line-up. The American sports journalist will report from the sideline. She is the daughter of legendary US commentator Kevin Harlan and the granddaughter of Bob Harlan, former CEO of the Green Bay Packers.

Sky Sports experts’ top tips to watch the Super Bowl as a new fan

Sky Sports NFL presenter Neil Reynolds

Generally, they’re trying to move the ball down the field in in 10-yard chunks, you get four goes to move down the field, and you should follow the quarterback. That quarterback is either going to: A) hand it to somebody who tries to run downfield B) he’s going to run it himself or C) he’s going to throw the football. We’ll be talking about the quarterbacks a lot on Sky Sports, it’s a huge part of the NFL, so that’s who you have got to focus on.

Sky Sports expert analyst Phoebe Schecter

Find one person on offense to watch, don’t try and follow the ball wherever it goes because it almost becomes chaos. I would recommend you just pick one person, whether that’s the running back or receiver and watch what they do. You can build the picture up that way. You could also watch the offensive line as a group. If they’re standing up and going backwards, the quarterback’s going to pass, if they’re running forwards, it’s a run play, for the most part. Try to narrow your vision on what you’re seeing.

ITV presenters

  • Craig Doyle – ITV presenter
  • Jason Bell – Expert analyst
  • Osi Umenyiora – Expert analyst
  • Maurice Jones-Drew – Expert analyst

Craig Doyle will present Super Bowl coverage joined by two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and former NFL star Jason Bell in the studio.

The crew will host the show live alongside former NFL running back Maurice Jones-Drew.

Sky Sports will pick up the commentary feed from official US broadcasters CBS/Paramount+. That means the familiar figure of Jim Nantz will be on main commentary alongside former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on co-commentary duty.

In 2023, British sports commentator Darren Fletcher commentated on the game for ITV. He was joined by London-born NFL ace Jack Crawford. He is expected to lead commentary in 2024.

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How to watch Super Bowl on TV and live stream

The Super Bowl will be shown live on ITV1, Sky Sports NFL and NFL Game Pass via DAZN from 10:45pm on Sunday 11th February 2024 into the early hours of Monday morning.

The big game kicks off at 11:30pm. You can stream the action live on ITVX via a host of devices, including smartphones and tablets.

Fans can also watch the game live on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event via a Sky TV package, or you can watch the game via NOW without signing up to a contract.

Alternatively, fans can tune in to watch the game on NFL Game Pass via DAZN, which will show full US TV coverage of the game, including the hallowed US adverts, for just £0.99.

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