Friday, November 18th, 2016


Stops Include Dunbar High School and Xfinity Retail Store on Saturday & FedExField on Sunday

New Features Include an Interactive Control Room Replica & Digital/Social Media Wall

Green Bay Packers Visit Washington Redskins on NBC’s Sunday Night Football

STAMFORD, Conn. – November 18, 2016 – NBC Sports Group’s Sunday Night Football bus continues its tour of the east coast stopping in the D.C. metro area this weekend, traveling from Dunbar High School on Saturday to FedExField on Sunday for a rematch of last season’s NFC Wild Card game between the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins on Sunday Night Football. This season, fans will get a closer look at behind-the-scenes action of SNF broadcasts on the bus, which will take fans from the field, to the studio and in the production trucks. Features of the bus include an interactive replica of Sunday Night Football’s control room, a replica of the Football Night in America desk, life-size “Photo Bomb” wall, and more.

The SNF bus begins its tour tomorrow, November 19, at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C., from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET for a high school football playoff game between Roosevelt High School and Bell High School. The bus then travels to the Xfinity Retail Store in Largo, Md., from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. ET.

On Sunday, November 20, the bus will be open for fans at the Red Zone Lot at FedExField in Landover, Md., beginning at 4 p.m. ET, leading up to kickoff of Sunday Night Football.

The full schedule for this week’s destinations:

Date Time (ET) Location
Sat., Nov. 19 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Roosevelt vs. Bell (D.C.) High School Football Playoff Game: Dunbar High School – 101 N St NW, Washington, DC 20001 (Bus will be parked at the front entrance)
Sat., Nov. 19 3 – 5 p.m. Xfinity Retail Store: 10432 Campus Way South, Largo, MD 20774
Sun., Nov. 20 4 – 8 p.m. Red Zone Lot at FedExField: 1600 FedEx Way, Landover, MD 20785 (Parked in the Red Zone)

NBC’s Sunday Night Football — primetime television’s No. 1 show — continues this week when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers visit Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins in a rematch of last season’s NFC Wild Card game. Coverage begins with Football Night in America this Sunday, November 20, at 7 p.m. ET on NBC.


The bus will arrive in each city two to three days prior to the game, making stops at local landmarks and events before heading to the game site. Once at the stadium, the Sunday Night Football bus will give fans the opportunity to interact with America’s most-watched primetime television show with exclusive activities, memorabilia and a 55-inch monitor housing social media elements.

The inside of the 45 ft.-long bus brings fans from the field to the studio set and for the first time, in the production trucks. The 2016 bus features football field decaling on the floor, an interactive control room replica that allows fans a taste of how the broadcast comes to life, and replica of the Football Night in America studio where fans can grab a mic, and act as “special correspondents” for photos. From the life-size NFL players and Carrie Underwood on the outside, to the life-size “Photo Bomb” wall featuring NFL players, fans will have numerous opportunities to interact and share memories from the bus.

Following each Sunday night game, the stars of the game will autograph the 2016 “Players of the Game Sunday Night Football,” which will be displayed on a photo wall in the bus – complete with a stadium backdrop – alongside the football signed by the 2015 SNF players of the game. In addition, a photo of each 2016 SNF Player of the Game will be added to the SNF schedule display on the outside of the bus throughout the season.


  • The SNF bus will drive more than 23,000 miles across the country throughout the season;
  • There will be 23 game day stops ;
  • The bus will drive through 40 different states throughout the season, on the road for more than 370 hours;
  • It would take 50 footballs to make up the length of the SNF Bus, and 46,000 footballs to equal the weight of the bus.



The Sunday Night Football bus also incorporates social media inside and out, with SNF’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts along with the #SNF hashtag displayed on the exterior.

A dedicated producer will collect photos and create videos of the bus’ travels and the cast of characters it encounters along the way. Life on the road with the Sunday Night Football bus is featured on the Sunday Night Football Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts and NBC Sports on Snapchat.

Fans can follow the social conversation and access content around Sunday Night Football and the SNF Bus at, with video highlights from the SNF Bus, player interviews and the game. Fans can show their passion for who they think will win each week and use an interactive map to see how other football fans across the country are talking about that SNF matchup. In addition, fans can vote on which team’s hype video they like the best.