When is the NFL Pro Bowl in 2022?

When is the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl, where can you watch the event, and what else is included during the week leading up to the game?

The Pro Bowl will return in 2022 after a cancellation last year. But when is the Pro Bowl, what is involved in the week leading up to it, and where can you watch the NFL event?

When is the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl?

  • Date: Sunday, February 6
  • Time: 3 PM ET
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas

This will be the first time since 2016 that the event is somewhere other than Camping World Stadium in Orlando. After the NFL stopped making the trip to Hawaii for the Pro Bowl, they had settled with Orlando as their home. However, instead, this offseason will see Las Vegas host the event in an offseason that will also see them hosting the NFL Draft in April.

Where can you watch the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl?

ESPN, ABC, and Disney XD will broadcast the 2022 Pro Bowl. It will also be available on live stream on WatchESPN and the ESPN App.

The event will be a simulcast, so there will not be different announcer options across the three channels. Steve Levy will handle the play-by-play duties, with Brian Griese and Louis Riddick handling the color commentary, and Lisa Salters providing sideline reports.

What are the other events this week?

Several events are planned for Pro Bowl week, some of which are televised and others that are not. What else will go down during the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl week? TV information is included for televised events:

  • Pro Bowl practices
  • Play Football Opening Night
  • NFL FLAG Championships
  • Pro Bowl Skills Showdown
    Thursday, Feb. 3 at 7 PM ET | ESPN
  • East-West Shrine Bowl
    Thursday, Feb. 3 at 8 PM ET | NFL Network
  • Community Day

The Pro Bowl Skills Showdown is not broadcast live but a made-for-television event. The event itself takes place on February 2 before being broadcast on Thursday, February 3.

Allegiant Stadium becomes the 16th stadium to host the Pro Bowl

Dating back to 1939, 16 different venues have a Pro Bowl under their belt. Aloha Stadium in Hawaii has hosted the most, having been the permanent host between 1980 and 2009, before hosting the event again between 2011 and 2014, as well as in 2016. Here is the full list of previous Pro Bowl venues.

  • Wrigley Field (1939)
  • Gilmore Stadium (January and December 1940)
  • Polo Grounds (January 1942)
  • Shibe Park (December 1942)
  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (1951–1972, 1979)
  • Texas Stadium (1973)
  • Arrowhead Stadium (1974)
  • Miami Orange Bowl (1975)
  • Louisiana Superdome (1976)
  • Kingdome (1977)
  • Tampa Stadium (1978)
  • Aloha Stadium (1980–2009, 2011–2014, 2016)
  • Sun Life Stadium (2010)
  • University of Phoenix Stadium (2015)
  • Camping World Stadium (2017–2020)
  • Allegiant Stadium (2022)

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