The Miami Dolphins host the New York Giants in front of an 86,000-fan sellout crowd in the first regular-season NFL game to be played outside of North America. A total of 39 broadcast partners will carry the game around the globe, with commentary being provided in 21 languages.
Air Forces combine for ceremonial flyover
Aircraft of the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Air Force (USAF) will mount a unique flyover over Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
The flyover will be led by three Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft from RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England; followed 20 seconds later by a KC-135R tanker aircraft of the 351st Air Refuelling Squadron, USAF, from RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk, England, flanked by two F-15C Eagle fighter aircraft of the 493rd Squadron, 48 Fighter Wing from RAF Lakenheath, also in Suffolk.
Highland Mint produces commermorative coin
The coin toss for Sunday’s game will be performed with a special commemorative coin produced by Highland Mint. Half an inch in diameter, it is the latest in a series of NFL coins made by Highland Mint, which has supplied the coin for the past 17 Super Bowls. The coin, made with a 24ct. overlay, features the NFL International Series logo on one side and the team logos on the reverse.