There are just four teams left competing for spots in the historic Super Bowl 50 that will take place on Feb. 7. The NFL conference championship games kick off Sunday with the New England Patriot taking on the Denver Broncos for the AFC Championship. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers play the Arizona Cardinals for a shot at the NFC Championship.
Sunday’s conference games could also showcase the final meeting between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, according to CBS.
Here’s when the games kick off as well as how to watch them both on television and online:
New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos:
- Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver
- Kickoff: 3:05 p.m. ET
- Television: CBS
- Online: The match will be streamed online on CBS Sports. Coverage of the game begins with “The NFL Today,” which starts at 2 p.m. ET. This can be viewed both on computers and tablets by going to CBSSports.com as well as via Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Xbox One, according to CBS.
- Radio: To listen, check out: Patriots Radio Network and Broncos Radio Network
Arizona Cardinals vs. Carolina Panthers:
- Where: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
- Kickoff: 6:40 p.m. ET
- TV: Fox
- Online: The game can be streamed online by logging onto FoxSports.com’s Fox Sports Go, including on computers, tablets, and other streaming devices.
- Radio: To listen, check out: Cardinals Radio Network and Panthers Radio Network
In other NFL news, the Carolina Panthers said the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte would be ready in time for the game despite the winter storm pounding the area with snow.
Fortune also examined how the winner of the Super Bowl could determine the stock market’s future in 2016.