NFL returns to SEN in 2021

NFL will return to the Sports Entertainment Network in 2021, co-hosted again by Ben Graham, the only Australian to compete in both a Super Bowl and an AFL Grand Final.

The coverage will see the best games broadcast across the SEN Network every Monday morning, providing Australians with access to America’s most-popular sporting league.

The broadcast will begin at 3am EST every Monday morning on the entire SEN Network, across 1116, 1170, SEN SA, SEN Fanatic as well as on the SEN App.

The live coverage will be supported by analysis and audience interaction, giving Aussie NFL fans unprecedented coverage of the biggest and best games every weekend.

SEN’s NFL coverage will also extend into the playoffs, and the station will once again broadcast the Super Bowl live when Super Bowl LVI will return to Los Angeles in 2022 and will be called on the SEN Network by chief sports caller Gerard Whateley.

Graham says he is thrilled to be back broadcasting games on SEN, “With packed stadiums returning this season, the NFL promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

“It will be a thrill to bring the amazing spectacle back into Australia every Monday morning and we can’t wait to get started next week.”

SEN Chief Executive Officer Craig Hutchison says the network was proud to be able to broadcast a wide variety of local and international sports, “The NFL is the biggest and most competitive league in the world, and it’s great that SEN can provide an exceptional user experience that allows Australians to be up to date with the drama of key matches.

“It’s a great radio sport and a great way to start the week. We are a very proud NFL partner.”

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