The Eagles will play in the NFC Championship Game! The San Francisco 49ers are coming to town for the biggest game of the season so far. The conference’s Super Bowl representative will be determined by the outcome of Sunday’s game in South Philadelphia at 3 p.m. Do not miss a single second of the action.
Here’s how to watch, listen, or stream: 49ers vs Eagles
Kickoff Show presented by Little Caesars featuring Fran Duffy, Gabrielle DiGiovanni, and Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro begins live Eagles pregame coverage at 2:10 p.m. To watch, please visit philadelphiaeagles.com, the Eagles app, and our social media channels.
The game will be broadcast live on FOX, with Kevin Burkhardt providing the play-by-play, Greg Olsen providing analysis, and Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi reporting from the sidelines.
Join Fran Duffy, Eagles Legend Ike Reese, and Gabriella DiGiovanni after the final whistle for the Postgame Show presented by Ricoh. They’ll have highlights, press conferences, game analysis, and more. To watch, please visit philadelphiaeagles.com, the Eagles app, and our social media channels.
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Join Merrill Reese and Mike Quick’s SportsRadio 94WIP broadcast. The desktop version of PhiladelphiaEagles.com/LiveRadio will provide a live feed of the nationally available SportsRadio 94WIP broadcast feed. In the Philadelphia market, fans can also listen via the Eagles app.
Rickie Ricardo, Bill Kulik, and Oscar Budejen host a Spanish-language radio programme on La Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia, 101.3 FM in Atlantic City, and 103.3 FM in Vineland. The desktop version of PhiladelphiaEagles.com/LiveRadio will also offer a Spanish feed. On the Eagles app, fans in the Philadelphia market can also listen to the Spanish version.
Kevin Harlan will call the game for Westwood One, while Kurt Warner will provide analysis and Ross Tucker will be on the sidelines.
The 49ers versus the Eagles are also broadcast on Sirius XM channels.