The Defense Media Activity (DMA) and the American Forces Network (AFN) invites its overseas audiences to enjoy the military network’s full-day coverage of America’s most watched sporting event, the Super Bowl, beginning this Sunday, February 12.

With the generous support of the National Football League (NFL), AFN will air Super Bowl LVII live on its global television and radio services, starting Feb. 12, for audiences in Europe. Monday, Feb. 13, for audiences in the Pacific. AFN will also make available live streaming of the Super Bowl on its new mobile app, AFN Now. This is a first for the new streaming app, which will also make the big game available as Video-on-Demand (VOD).

AFN live pregame coverage begins, Feb. 12, at 5 p.m., Central European Time (CET). Feb. 13, at 1:00 a.m., Japan/Korea Time (JKT), on AFN|sports.

AFN live coverage of Super Bowl LVII begins Monday, Feb. 13, at 12:30 a.m., CET, and 8:30 a.m., JKT, on AFN|sports.

AFN radio will provide extensive live pre-game coverage on satellite decoder and streaming on AFN Go, starting Feb. 12, at 11 p.m., CET, and Feb. 13, at 7 a.m., JKT.

Viewers are invited to have fun and interact during the game using #SB57AFN and #SuperBowlAFN on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

AFN|sports repeats the Super Bowl on Feb. 13, in Europe, at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., CET. In Japan/Korea, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m., JKT, and again, Feb. 14, at 3 a.m., JKT.

AFN|family airs an annual family fan favorite, Puppy Bowl XIX, Feb. 13, at 4 p.m., CET/JKT. Returning for its 19th year, the Puppy Bowl is TV’s original and longest running call-to-adoption event. Puppy players from Team Ruff and Team Fluff take to the Puppy Bowl stadium to win the “Lombarky” trophy.

Viewers are encouraged to download the AFN Now app from the Google Play or Apple App store and register before the game so they can enjoy the game from kick off to the trophy presentation. The AFN Now app is available to service members, families, and retirees living overseas. The AFN Now is available on Google and Apple devices, Amazon Fire, Roku, and select smart TVs with app functionality.

The AFN Now app is free to download and provides audiences convenient access to their favorite AFN entertainment, news, and sports programming. The app is easy to download, and users can register at The AFN Now Help Desk is manned around the clock to provide support. They can be reached at

For a full listing of all Super Bowl themed shows airing on AFN TV, go to Or contact the American Forces Network at   back...