NFL fans in Tennessee and Alabama will get a chance to watch their teams face off Sunday night in the Super Bowl on NBC and the NFL Network.
But, unlike most games in the NFL, the NFC title game will be broadcast live in the United States.
Concord, the only network that provides NFL games to viewers across the U.S., announced the game on Thursday.
The NFL Network will air the game at 8 p.m.
ET and on Sundays at 4 p..m., with an additional 30 minutes of coverage after halftime.
It will be available to stream on NFL Mobile and the new NFL Live app.
The NFC title match is one of four semifinal matchups that will be played in the National Football League’s Super Bowl XLIX broadcast.
The winner of the AFC championship game will advance to the NFL title game, which will be aired at 8:30 p.ms.
The other semifinal games will be the NFC championship game and the NFC Championship Game, which is scheduled for Jan. 1 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
The NFL Network announced the championship game on Tuesday and will be streamed live at 8 a.m.-4 p.
(ET) ET on Monday, Jan. 8.
The final semifinal matchup will be a rematch of the 2013 AFC championship between the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos defeated the Patriots 21-17.
The AFC championship match will feature two teams that won at least nine games last season, the Indianapolis Colts and the New York Jets.
The Colts defeated the Jets 31-14 on Monday night, and the Jets beat the Colts 26-20 in the AFC Championship Game on Thursday night.