A statue of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino is among the sights outside Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. The home of the Miami Dolphins will host Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night. / AP photo by David J. Phillip

The Super Bowl marks the biggest day of sports broadcasting for networks.

The 54th edition of the NFL's big game is Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Kansas City Chiefs (14-4), the AFC champions, are making their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years. The San Francisco 49ers (15-3), the NFC champions, are going for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl championship.

Here are some things to know about Fox's coverage of the game, as well as Super Bowl-related programming on other networks:



This marks the ninth Super Bowl broadcast for Fox, and the second time it has done the game in Miami. CBS has done the most Super Bowls with 20, followed by NBC (19), Fox and ABC (seven). CBS and NBC both aired the first Super Bowl.



Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call their sixth Super Bowl, the most by an announcer/analyst team on one network. Of the 22 pairings that have done the game on television, Pat Summerall and John Madden have the record with eight (five on CBS and three on Fox).

Mike Pereira and Dean Blandino will be the rules analysts, and reporters Chris Myers (fifth Super Bowl) and Erin Andrews (third Super Bowl) will be on the sidelines.

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Fox Sports play-by-play announcer Joe Buck, left, and analyst Troy Aikman, right, talk in the broadcast booth before an NFL preseason game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Miami Dolphins and the on Aug. 23, 2019, in Miami Gardens, Fla. The exhibition game served as a dress rehearsal for the Fox Sports crew for Super Bowl LIV, which be held at the same stadium on Sunday night. / AP photo by Lynne Sladky


Fox will use more than 90 cameras for the game, including multiple 8K cameras. This will also be the first time the entire game will be shot in 8K. By comparison, Fox's first Super Bowl broadcast in 1997 had 29 cameras.

Richie Zyontz has been part of CBS and Fox production teams for 13 Super Bowls. This will be his sixth as lead producer. Rich Russo is the lead director for the fourth time.



The average audience for the NFL playoffs is down 2% from last year. It was up through the first two rounds but took a dive due to the championship games not being close. Last year, both went to overtime.

How will that translate for the Super Bowl? Last year's game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams averaged 98.19 million on CBS, the lowest figures since 2008, when 97.45 million watched the New York Giants ruin the Patriots' bid for a perfect season. The record is 114.4 million for the Super Bowl between Seattle and New England in February 2015, which was on NBC.

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FOX Sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews works during the first half of a game between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 6, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. / AP photo by Ron Jenkins


Fox comes on the air at 11 a.m., with "Skip and Shannon: Undisputed Super Bowl Special." NFL Films' "Road to the Super Bowl" follows at noon and "Fox Super Bowl Kickoff" at 1 p.m.

The "Fox Super Bowl Pregame Show" comes on at 2, leading into kickoff at 6:30.



NFL Network will air an 8 1/2-hour edition of "NFL GameDay Morning," starting at 9 a.m.

ESPN's "Postseason NFL Countdown" will go on the air at 10 a.m. for four hours.

For those with pregame fatigue, the Puppy Bowl kicks off on Animal Planet at 3 p.m.



AT&T Now, Sling, Hulu, YouTube TV and fuboTV all have Fox. For those who don't subscribe to a streaming service, it will be available on the NFL's website.



Fox Deportes has the Spanish-language broadcast for the third time. It will have eight hours of coverage beginning at 2 p.m. Adrian Garcia-Marquez and Rolando Cantu will call the game with reporting and interviews from Jaime Motta.

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San Francisco 49ers mascot Sourdough Sam celebrates with fans during a rally on Saturday in Miami for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs. / AP photo by Brynn Anderson


Sirius XM will have 10 channels dedicated to the game. Besides the Westwood One national feed as well as the Kansas City and San Francisco broadcasts, the satellite radio service will broadcast the game in Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), German, French, Hungarian and Portuguese.



After the Fox broadcast ends, FS1 will have an expanded version of "The Super Bowl Postgame Show." ESPN and NFL Network will also have postgame shows.

The third season of "The Masked Singer" gets the coveted spot after Fox signs off.