It’s the Super Bowl for a lot of people.
But for a handful of people, it’s the biggest sporting event of the year.
The ESPN cameras captured the game on Tuesday night on a gigantic stage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
It’s a giant screen that covers the entire stadium, with a total capacity of over 4 million.
ESPN has a deal with ESPN3 to broadcast the game across multiple platforms.
We’ve covered the game before, and the coverage has been fantastic, but it is one of the most exciting times of the season.
For the fans who will be watching on the big screen, there will be a few key things to know about what to expect.
First and foremost, there’s a lot going on on the field.
You can follow the action here on the ESPN website, with replays of some of the key moments on Twitter.
Secondly, the biggest event of this year’s Super Bowl will be the Superdome.
If you’re watching from the bleachers, you’ll be able to watch all of the action on the large screen above.
There’s also plenty of action on ESPN3, as well as live streaming of the game.
The game is expected to air on Sunday, Feb. 6, at 10 p.m.
As of now, there are just four games left in the regular season, with the two wild-card games and the Superbowl between the Patriots and Cardinals coming next week.
Here are five things you need to know to watch the game, with video from ESPN.COM’s Tom Breitenbach: Where are the teams?
Here’s where the AFC and NFC playoff races stand.
What’s the matchup for the NFC East?
The Seahawks and Falcons are set to meet at Lambeau Field.
How will the playoff field shake out?
Two teams have already won the division: the Patriots are in control of the division, while the Jets and Panthers have the same record as the Steelers.
Who is the biggest story in the Superds?
There are plenty of storylines in the NFL.
Some of the biggest issues are whether the Eagles and Cowboys will be able win their playoff games, and whether the Saints and Giants can take the next step in the playoff race.
Can you hear the fans?
ESPN’s Andrew Brandt will be on hand for Super Bowl XLVII.
Here’s what you need in your ears: ESPN2, ESPNU, WatchESPN, The WatchESPN app and ESPN app are available on a variety of devices.
ESPN will also carry local coverage of the Super Sunday games on ESPN2, and will be streaming the games via WatchESPN.
Check out this live blog on the Superstitions of the Game to learn more about how the Superbowl will be captured on a giant stage.
Where do the teams stand in the NFC?
New Orleans and Green Bay are set for the divisional round, with Carolina and Atlanta set for home games.
Are the Packers playing spoiler?
It’s not exactly clear how the Packers will fare against the Cowboys.
But if they win their divisional matchup, it would be a huge boost for them heading into their NFC showdown with the Saints.
Will the Eagles be able get the Cowboys out of their funk?
If the Eagles are able to hold on to their division, the NFC South would be the division with the most parity heading into the playoffs.
Is the Saints still going to have enough to win the division?
They will have to overcome their loss to the Jets in Week 4.
Should the Patriots be favored?
New England is still in control, and it’s going to take a lot to make the playoffs again.
Do the Falcons have a shot?
Atlanta has a shot to win their NFC South division, but they’ll have to beat the Cowboys and Saints to make it.
Which teams are the favorites to win it all?
Green Bay is the favorite to win its division, and Atlanta has a big home field advantage over New Orleans.
Does the NFC have a winner?
A playoff game will decide which teams are going to play in the first round of the playoffs, with only the wild-cards playing a playoff game.
The Patriots and Packers have already clinched their division in New England.
The Cowboys and Panthers are set on the other side of the field, with Dallas winning the division and Carolina playing in the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.
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A lot of fans will be at the stadium to see the game for the very first time.
The Super Bowl on the giant screen at the new Staples Center on Tuesday, Feb 6, 2017 in Los Angles, California.