ESPN’s ‘Sunday NFL Countdown’ to Broadcast at XFINITY LIVE this Sunday
It's a big weekend in Philly and the city is already buzzing with excitement. The Philadelphia Eagles take on the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday at 4:25pm at home. The arch rivals will come together to see who will take home the NFC East championship. If the Cowboys win, the will clinch the division and the Eagles will be eliminated from the playoffs. So this is a huge game.
If you want to be in the mix this weekend with fellow Eagles Fans, Xfinity Live is the place to be. For the very first time this season, ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown will be broadcasting live from Xfinity Live, which is right across the street from Lincoln field where the game will be happening.
“With the playoffs on the line this week in Philadelphia, there is nowhere we would rather be on Sunday morning,” said Matthew Garrett, ESPN coordinating producer. “We have taken Countdown on the road to some of the NFL’s biggest match-ups in recent years and this Cowboys-Eagles rivalry game certainly fits that bill. The passion of Eagles fans is extraordinary and we can’t wait to put it on display this Sunday at Xfinity Live!”
ESPN reporters Sal Paolantonio and Ed Werder will be hosting the show. Not to mention, Garrett says he has been working on locking down some surprise guests and entertainment for the show as well. If you want to be a part, the live broadcast begins at 10am on Sunday. But get there early. The place is bound to be packed.