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When are NFL fixtures released, and how can I watch reveal on TV?

THE NFL season is coming up fast and fans are eager for the new fixture list to be released.

LA Rams will defend the Vince Lombardi Trophy after seeing off Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.

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LA Rams will defend the Vince Lombardi Trophy this seasonCredit: Reuters
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The Super Bowl is set for ArizonaCredit: Getty Images - Getty

Shaun McVay's side will get the 2022-23 season underway on September 8 at SoFi Stadium.

New research has shown the vast distances NFL teams will have to cover in the new season, with one team reaching nearly 30,000 air miles.

A number of matches have already been confirmed, with Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars playing in London.

The NFL is reaching more people than ever before this season, with the Arizona Cardinals hosting a game in Mexico and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers playing in Germany.

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When are NFL fixtures released?

  • The full fixtures reveal will be held on Thursday, May 12.
  • Things get underway at 8pm ET.
  • Individual tickets will go on sale once each game is announced.
  • Anyone who buys tickets bought through NFL Ticketing Network (Ticketmaster, Stub Hub or SeatGeek) within 48 hours will be entered into a prize draw for Super Bowl LVII tickets.

How can I watch on TV?

There will be primetime coverage of the fixture release, with ESPN2 and ESPN+ covering the reveal.

Coverage will start at 7pm ET on both.

Live streaming is also available through the NFL Network and the NFL App.

You can download the app on your mobile, tablet, PC, games console or Smart TV.

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When is the Super Bowl LVII?

Next season's NFL showpiece is set for February 12, 2023.

It will be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

You can catch all the action live on Fox.

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