When it first occurred 49 years ago, the Super Bowl wasn’t the big deal it is today. The game was not a sellout, and no full copy of the game broadcast was ever even kept. But in honor of the 50th Super Bowl taking place this season, the NFL has the next best thing. Using highlights from NFL Films, Super Bowl I will air in its entirety on NFL Network on January 15 — exactly 49 years after it was played. Fans will be able to see the Green Bay Packers’ 35–10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs much like how the original CBS broadcast appeared. But this broadcast will have a few special features. Players from the game will be on hand to discuss the game, and NFL Network will be adding in on-screen graphics that were absent in 1967.