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Super Bowl 2018 international broadcasts: How to watch Eagles vs. Patriots abroad

Not in the U.S. for Super Bowl Sunday? Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to watch the game. Few events unite spectators across the globe like the Super Bowl. The National Football League’s crowning moment is broadcast to fans in 170 different countries and territories, making it a constant presence among the most watched programs of each year. This year’s game will pit the New England Patriots’ growing dynasty — in search of its sixth NFL championship — against a Philadelphia Eagles team that has never won a Super Bowl.
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