CTV has announced they will be streaming the Super Bowl live for the first time ever in Canada.

The broadcaster confirmed this week that they will be streaming the match live alongside its slate of NFL Playoffs games free to fans across the country on

“CTV is thrilled to give football fans another way to experience the SUPER BOWL and NFL Playoffs,” said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. “This complementary coverage ensures Canadians won’t miss a second of the action.” Continue reading »


6:00pm – Sunday, February 5 on CTV

The New England Patriots and the New York Giants go head-to-head for the Vince Lombardi trophy in SUPER BOWL XLVI live from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. The teams last met in SUPER BOWL XLII, when the Giants came from behind to defeat the heavily-favoured Patriots, who boasted a perfect season record going into the NFL’s championship game.

With a spot at SUPER BOWL XLVI on the line, the NFL Conference Championships delivered thrilling games and large audiences for CTV.

Overnight data from BBM Canada confirms the New York Giants -San Francisco overtime thriller was watched by an average audience of 2.4 million viewers, making it the most-watched television program in Canada Sunday night.

The audience for the prime-time Conference Championship game on CTV was up 15% compared to last year (Pittsburgh-New York Jets, 2.06 million viewers). 

Earlier in the day the New England-Baltimore AFC Conference Championship attracted an average audience of 2.05 million viewers on CTV. The audience for the game was up 2% compared to last year’s afternoon championship game on CTV (Green Bay-Chicago, 2 million viewers) 

Overall, more than 10.8 million Canadians tuned in to watch some or all of the NFL Conference Championships on CTV on Sunday. 

CTV is home to SUPER BOWL XLVI on Sunday, Feb. 5 featuring the New England Patriots and the New York Giants – a rematch of the thrilling SUPER BOWL XLII.


6:30pm – Sunday, January 22 on CTV

New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers


3:00pm – Sunday, January 22 on CTV

Baltimore Ravens vs. the New England Patriots.


4:00pm – Saturday, January 14 on CTV

8 p.m. – NFL – AFC Divisional Game # 1


4:30pm – Sunday, January 8 on CTV

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos.


1:00pm – Sunday, January 8 on CTV

Atlanta Falcons @ New York Giants.


8:00pm – Saturday, January 7 on CTV

Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints.


4:30pm – Saturday, January 7 on CTV

Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans.