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49ers-Cardinals game time, TV schedule: How to watch in the US and around the world

The San Francisco 49ers face the Arizona Cardinals in the regular season finale. We take a look at where the game will be broadcast in the United States, the UK, on Armed Forces Network, and several other spots around the globe. Let us know where else you might be watching the game around the world.

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The San Francisco 49ers wrap up their 2014 season on Sunday when they host the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals need a win and a Seahawks loss to clinch the NFC West, otherwise they will be going on the road as a wild card team. The 49ers are looking to bring their train wreck of a season to a close and get moving toward some of the important matters that need to be figured out in short order.

The game kicks off 1:25 p.m. PT on FOX, and will feature Thom Brennaman and David Diehl in the booth, and Laura Okmin on the sideline. It's certainly not the No. 1 crew, but iI enjoy this crew to some extent. They're not great, but they're solid enough. It will be interesting to see how this crew approaches the game. I'm sure they'll comment on the Jim Harbaugh situation, but the bigger question is how quickly Jay Glazer chimes in mid-game with his latest update!

The game will feature a fairly limited broadcast region. It will air in Northern California, although a sizable chunk in the northern part will be getting Lions-Packers for some reason. It will also air in most of Arizona, and a small sliver of the southeastern part of California. You can check the full broadcast maps at

If you are outside the US, we're back once again to help figure out how you can watch the game. There will not be many options this week, but if we're missing your country, let us know in the comments. If the game is not showing in your country, you can always check out NFL Game Pass.

Canada: TBD (A Rouge Point).

United KingdomNFL Game Pass (per NFL UK).

Armed Forces Network-Europe: Not airing

Far East: Our friends at All Sports Network TV will not be broadcast the game.

To buy tickets, visit the NFL Ticket Exchange.