NFL fans will have to find new seats on Friday for playoffs
The NFL will move all of its playoff games from Friday night to Friday night, including Super Bowls, according to an official release issued by the league.
The league’s playoff broadcast will be live for the first time Friday night.
It will include both the Super Bowl and regular season, with two preseason games, the season opener and a bye.
The games will be shown live at 4 p.m.
ET on NFL Network, starting at 6 p., ET on ESPN and on CBS Sports Network.
The NFL will also make a number of changes, including moving all of the playoff games to Friday at 4:30 p.n.
ET, instead of 5:30, and moving the Super Football Championship to the Saturday before the regular season.
The league has been in discussions with fans for months to get more seats for Super Bowl 50 and to make it more attractive for people to go to the games, according the league’s release.
The Super Bowl will be played at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, with a record $2.3 billion purse and attendance of 1.65 million.
The playoffs will be the last for the Superbowl, which will not be played in January.
The NFL had been working on a new television deal that would have made it the first professional sport to pay its players in full.
But it was delayed in January after a judge ruled that it did not meet antitrust guidelines.
The owners of the Super-Bowl teams in Atlanta and New York have expressed concerns about the league using their stadiums as a testing ground for potential changes to its television deals.
The league also has been under pressure to improve its attendance and fan experience.