Super Bowl LVII

FOX Sports Kicks Off Super Bowl LVII Week by the Numbers

FOX Sports opens Super Bowl LVII Week in Arizona with preparations in full swing for the network’s monumental 10th all-time broadcast of the big game on Sunday, Feb. 12 (6:30 PM ET on FOX).

An all-star cast of FOX NFL broadcasters and wall-to-wall exclusive programming on FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes are set to deliver unrivaled coverage for millions of fans as excitement across America builds for Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

A by-the-numbers look at FOX Sports’ Super Bowl LVII coverage below:

1st Super Bowl called by FOX NFL lead announce team of play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt and three-time Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen. Also, 1st Super Bowl for sideline reporter Tom Rinaldi

2 SkyCams deliver sweeping views of all the action on the field

4th Time FOX Deportes presents exclusive Spanish-language telecast of the Super Bowl

4th Super Bowl Erin Andrews reports from the sidelines for FOX Sports

7 ½ Hours of live pregame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday, beginning at 11:00 AM ET on FOX

8 Mobile units deployed around State Farm Stadium

10 All-time Super Bowls broadcast on FOX – the most of any network in the last 26 years

13 Pylon cameras providing pin-point perspectives

14 Super Bowls won between FOX NFL KICKOFF and FOX NFL SUNDAY analysts

17 Super Bowls worked by FOX NFL rules analyst Mike Pereira

20 Miles of fiber and cable installed on the Super Bowl grounds

25 Hours of Super Bowl LVII coverage throughout the week on FOX Deportes

29 Total Super Bowls covered between FOX NFL lead game director Rich Russo and FOX NFL lead producer Richie Zyontz (5th for Russo as lead director, 7th for Zyontz as lead producer)

29 Field-level microphones capturing game and player sound

35 Analysts, hosts and commentators in Arizona anchoring FOX Sports coverage

50 Hours of week-long Super Bowl LVII programming from State Farm Stadium across FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes

94 Cameras committed to covering Super Bowl LVII (44 game cameras, 18 pregame cameras, 16 robotic cameras)

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