CBS’ Champions League crew heads to the Super Bowl with Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry and Micah Richards set to star in special crossover in Las Vegas

  • Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry and Micah Richards will join the cast of The NFL Today
  • The special broadcast will take place two days before the UCL knockout rounds
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CBS Sports’ UEFA Champions League crew will be in Las Vegas during Super Bowl weekend for a special crossover with their NFL counterparts. 

Host Kate Abdo will be with analysts Thierry Henry and Micah Richards at Allegiant Stadium to discuss the Champions League round of 16 in a special ‘Football Meets Football’ collaboration.

The Champions League discussion will air at 1pm ET on Saturday February 11 on the CBS Sports Golazo Network. The trio will then join the cast of The NFL Today at 2pm on the Sunday to prelude Super Bowl LVIII. 

The special Super Bowl broadcast in Las Vegas will take place two days before the knockout stage begins in Europe. The broadcast will also be available on the CBS Sports app and Paramount+.

Abdo, Henry and Richards will be featured in a meet-and-greet at the Paramount Expedition Vegas. The event at the Mirage will also serve as a showcase for Paramount’s various series and films. 

The CBS Sports UEFA Champions League crew will be in Las Vegas for Super Bowl weekend 

The Super Bowl will feature Christian McCaffrey and the 49ers facing the Kansas City Chiefs

The Super Bowl will feature Christian McCaffrey and the 49ers facing the Kansas City Chiefs

Winning back-to-back Super Bowls will give Patrick Mahomes his third championship

Winning back-to-back Super Bowls will give Patrick Mahomes his third championship

The highly-anticipated Super Bowl starring the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will kick off at 6.30pm on February 11. 

Both teams squared off for the title in 2020 with Patrick Mahomes leading his Chiefs to the Lombardi trophy. Kansas City won the Super Bowl again in 2023 and look to build their dynasty with a third.

The defending champions finished the season on top of the AFC West with an 11-6 record. They went on to defeat the Miami Dolphins and put on an all-time classic with the Buffalo Bills before upsetting the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game. 

On the other hand, the new-look 49ers secured the top seed in the NFC with a 12-5 record behind quarterback Brock Purdy and running back Christian McCaffrey. 

San Francisco dispatched the Green Bay Packers and came back to defeat the Detroit Lions to cement their spot in the Super Bowl.  



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