List of NFC Championship Game broadcasters

The following is a list of the television and radio networks and announcers who have broadcast the National Football Conference Championship Game throughout the years. The years listed concentrate on the season instead of the calendar year that the game took place. The forerunner to the NFC Championship Game (prior to the 1970 AFL–NFL merger) was the NFL Championship Game.

Television

2010s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analysts Trophy presentation
2018 L.A. Rams at New Orleans Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Erin Andrews and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Tony Gonzalez, Troy Aikman, and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2017 Minnesota at Philadelphia Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Erin Andrews and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2016 Green Bay at Atlanta Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Erin Andrews and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2015 Arizona at Carolina Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Erin Andrews and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2014 Green Bay at Seattle Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Erin Andrews and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2013 San Francisco at Seattle Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2012 San Francisco at Atlanta Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2011 N.Y. Giants at San Francisco Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2010 Green Bay at Chicago Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw

2000s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analysts Trophy presentation
2009[1] Minnesota at New Orleans Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Chris Myers
2008[2] Philadelphia at Arizona Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2007[3] N.Y. Giants at Green Bay Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2006[4] New Orleans at Chicago Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers Joe Buck and Curt Menefee Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2005[5] Carolina at Seattle Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman Pam Oliver and Chris Myers James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2004[6] Atlanta at Philadelphia Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth Pam Oliver and Chris Myers James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2003[7] Carolina at Philadelphia Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth Pam Oliver and Chris Myers James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2002[8] Tampa Bay at Philadelphia Fox Joe Buck Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth Pam Oliver and Ron Pitts James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
2001[9] Philadelphia at St. Louis Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Ron Pitts and Pam Oliver James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Cris Collinsworth Ron Pitts
2000[10] Minnesota at N.Y. Giants Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Pam Oliver and D. J. Johnson James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Cris Collinsworth Terry Bradshaw

Notes

  • In 2008, Fox's studio show did not go on-site for the first time since 2001. However, Terry Bradshaw left the studios in Los Angeles after the pregame show so he could emcee the trophy presentation.

1990s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analysts Trophy presentation
1999[11] Tampa Bay at St. Louis Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Ron Pitts and D. J. Johnson James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Cris Collinsworth Terry Bradshaw
1998[12] Atlanta at Minnesota Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Ron Pitts and Pam Oliver James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Cris Collinsworth Terry Bradshaw
1997[13] Green Bay at San Francisco Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Ron Pitts and Pam Oliver James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Ronnie Lott Terry Bradshaw
1996[14] Carolina at Green Bay Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Ron Pitts James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Ronnie Lott Terry Bradshaw
1995[15] Green Bay at Dallas Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Matt Millen and Pam Oliver James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
1994[16] Dallas at San Francisco Fox Pat Summerall John Madden Matt Millen James Brown Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson Terry Bradshaw
1993[17] San Francisco at Dallas CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Jim Gray Greg Gumbel Terry Bradshaw Lesley Visser
1992[18] Dallas at San Francisco CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Jim Gray Greg Gumbel Terry Bradshaw Lesley Visser
1991[19] Detroit at Washington CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Greg Gumbel Terry Bradshaw Lesley Visser
1990[20] N.Y. Giants at San Francisco CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Lesley Visser Greg Gumbel Terry Bradshaw Greg Gumbel

1980s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analysts Trophy presentation
1989[21] L.A. Rams at San Francisco CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross, Will McDonough, and Randy Cross Brent Musburger Dick Butkus and Mike Ditka Irv Cross
1988[22] San Francisco at Chicago CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross and Will McDonough Brent Musburger Dick Butkus Brent Musburger
1987[23] Minnesota at Washington CBS Pat Summerall John Madden James Brown Brent Musburger Brent Musburger
1986[24] Washington at N.Y. Giants CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross and Will McDonough Brent Musburger Dan Dierdorf and Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder Brent Musburger
1985[25] L.A. Rams at Chicago CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross Brent Musburger Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder, Tony Dorsett and Bud Grant Brent Musburger
1984[26] Chicago at San Francisco CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross Brent Musburger Dick Vermeil and Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder Brent Musburger
1983[27] San Francisco at Washington CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Irv Cross Brent Musburger Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder and Dick Vermeil Brent Musburger
1982[28] Dallas at Washington CBS Pat Summerall John Madden Jimmy Snyder Brent Musburger Brent Musburger
1981[29] Dallas at San Francisco CBS Vin Scully Hank Stram Irv Cross and Terry Bradshaw Brent Musburger Phyllis George, Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder and Roger Staubach Irv Cross
1980[30] Dallas at Philadelphia CBS Pat Summerall Tom Brookshier Jimmy Snyder Brent Musburger Brent Musburger

Notes

  • It is often mistakenly assumed that Pat Summerall and John Madden handled the call on CBS-TV for the 1981 NFC Championship Game, when San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark made "The Catch" to lift the 49ers to a 28–27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and a berth in Super Bowl XVI. Summerall instead handled the call of the game on CBS Radio with Jack Buck, while Vin Scully and Hank Stram (CBS' "B team" for NFL broadcasts in 1981) called the game on television. Meanwhile, John Madden was off to Detroit to prepare for his Super Bowl telecast with Summerall. Hank Stram returned to his normal position as the color analyst on CBS Radio alongside Buck for the Super Bowl, while Summerall and Madden teamed for the first of eight Super Bowls together.

1970s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio Host
1979[31] L.A. Rams at Tampa Bay CBS Pat Summerall Tom Brookshier Brent Musburger
1978[32] Dallas at L.A. Rams CBS Pat Summerall Tom Brookshier Frank Glieber Brent Musburger
1977[33] Minnesota at Dallas CBS Vin Scully Alex Hawkins Tim Ryan and Gary Bender Brent Musburger
1976[34] L.A. Rams at Minnesota CBS Pat Summerall Tom Brookshier Sam Huff Brent Musburger
1975[35] Dallas at L.A. Rams CBS Vin Scully Sonny Jurgensen Sam Huff Brent Musburger
1974[36] L.A. Rams at Minnesota CBS Pat Summerall Tom Brookshier and Bart Starr Sam Huff
1973[37] Minnesota at Dallas CBS Jack Buck Pat Summerall and Wayne Walker Brent Musburger Jack Whitaker
1972[38] Dallas at Washington CBS Jack Buck Pat Summerall Bruce Roberts
1971[39] San Francisco at Dallas CBS Jack Buck Pat Summerall Bruce Roberts
1970[40] Dallas at San Francisco CBS Ray Scott Pat Summerall Jack Whitaker

Radio

2010s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2018 L.A. Rams at New Orleans Westwood One Kevin Harlan Kurt Warner Ed Werder
2017 Minnesota at Philadelphia Westwood One Kevin Harlan Trent Green Ross Tucker
2016 Green Bay at Atlanta Westwood One Kevin Kugler James Lofton Tony Boselli
2015 Arizona at Carolina Westwood One Kevin Kugler James Lofton Tim Ryan
2014 Green Bay at Seattle Westwood One Kevin Harlan Dan Fouts Mark Malone
2013 San Francisco at Seattle Westwood One Kevin Kugler James Lofton Mark Malone
2012 San Francisco at Atlanta Dial Global Dave Sims James Lofton Tony Boselli
2011 N.Y. Giants at San Francisco Dial Global Kevin Harlan Dan Fouts Mark Malone
2010 Green Bay at Chicago CBS/Westwood One Kevin Harlan Randy Cross Mark Malone

2000s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2009 Minnesota at New Orleans CBS/Westwood One Dave Sims James Lofton Hub Arkush
2008 Philadelphia at Arizona CBS/Westwood One Marv Albert Jim Fassel Mark Malone
2007 N.Y. Giants at Green Bay CBS/Westwood One Bill Rosinski Jim Fassel Kevin Kiley
2006 New Orleans at Chicago CBS/Westwood One Dave Sims Bob Trumpy Kevin Kiley
2005 Carolina at Seattle CBS/Westwood One Joel Meyers John Riggins Rick Walker
2004 Atlanta at Philadelphia CBS/Westwood One Joel Meyers Bob Trumpy Rick Walker
2003 Carolina at Philadelphia CBS/Westwood One Joel Meyers Bob Trumpy John Dockery
2002 Tampa Bay at Philadelphia CBS/Westwood One Joel Meyers Bob Trumpy John Dockery
2001 Philadelphia at St. Louis CBS/Westwood One Howard David Boomer Esiason
2000 Minnesota at N.Y. Giants CBS/Westwood One Howard David Matt Millen and Boomer Esiason

1990s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1999 Tampa Bay at St. Louis CBS/Westwood One Mike Kelly Matt Millen
1998 Atlanta at Minnesota CBS/Westwood One John Rooney Matt Millen
1997 Green Bay at San Francisco CBS/Westwood One Howard David Matt Millen
1996 Carolina at Green Bay CBS/Westwood One Howard David Matt Millen
1995 Green Bay at Dallas CBS/Westwood One Jack Buck Hank Stram
1994 Dallas at San Francisco CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1993 San Francisco at Dallas CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1992 Dallas at San Francisco CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1991 Detroit at Washington CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1990 N.Y. Giants at San Francisco CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram

1980s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1989 L.A. Rams at San Francisco CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1988 San Francisco at Chicago CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1987 Minnesota at Washington CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1986 Washington at N.Y. Giants NBC Don Criqui Bob Trumpy
1985 L.A. Rams at Chicago NBC Don Criqui Bob Trumpy
1984 Chicago at San Francisco CBS Lindsey Nelson Jim Kelly
1983 San Francisco at Washington CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1982 Dallas at Washington CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1981 Dallas at San Francisco CBS Jack Buck Pat Summerall
1980 Dallas at Philadelphia CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram

1970s

Season Teams Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1979 L.A. Rams at Tampa Bay CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1978 Dallas at L.A. Rams CBS Jack Buck Hank Stram
1977 Minnesota at Dallas Mutual Bob Starr
1976 L.A. Rams at Minnesota Mutual Don Klein
1975 Dallas at L.A. Rams Mutual Don Klein Jim Kelly
1974 L.A. Rams at Minnesota Mutual Don Klein
1973 Minnesota at Dallas Mutual Don Klein Andy Musser
1972 Dallas at Washington Mutual Don Klein Andy Musser
1971 San Francisco at Dallas Mutual Don Klein Bob Reynolds
1970 Dallas at San Francisco Mutual

Local radio

The participating teams' radio networks carries the NFC Championship Game on the flagship station only, with the participating teams' radio network affiliates carry the NFC Championship Game via network radio.

2010s

Season Teams Flagship station(s) Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2011 N.Y. Giants at San Francisco

2000s

Season Teams Flagship station(s) Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2009 Minnesota at New Orleans KFAN (Minnesota) Paul Allen Pete Bercich
WWL–AM/WWL-FM (New Orleans) Jim Henderson Hokie Gajan Kristian Garic
2007 N.Y. Giants at Green Bay WFAN (N.Y. Giants) Bob Papa Carl Banks and Dick Lynch Howard Cross
WTMJ–AM (Green Bay) Wayne Larrivee Larry McCarren

1990s

Season Teams Flagship station(s) Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
1997 Green Bay at San Francisco WTMJ-AM (Green Bay) Jim Irwin
KGO-AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker
1994 Dallas at San Francisco KVIL-FM (Dallas) Brad Sham Dale Hansen
KGO–AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker
1993 San Francisco at Dallas KGO-AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker
KVIL-FM (Dallas) Brad Sham Dale Hansen
1992 Dallas at San Francisco KVIL-FM (Dallas) Brad Sham Dale Hansen
KGO-AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker
1991 Detroit at Washington WWJ-AM (Detroit) Mark Champion Jim Brandstatter
WMAL-AM (Washington) Frank Herzog Sam Huff and Sonny Jurgenson
1990 N.Y. Giants at San Francisco WNEW-AM (N.Y. Giants) Jim Gordon Karl Nelson and Dick Lynch
KGO-AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker

1980s

Season Teams Flagship station(s) Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
1989 L.A. Rams at San Francisco KMPC-AM (L.A. Rams) Bob Starr Jack Youngblood
KGO–AM (San Francisco) Joe Starkey Wayne Walker
1988 San Francisco at Chicago KGO–AM (San Francisco) Lon Simmons Wayne Walker Joe Starkey
WGN-AM (Chicago) Wayne Larrivee Hub Arkush and Jim Hart
1987 Minnesota at Washington KSTP-FM (Minnesota) Joe McConnell Stu Voigt
WMAL-AM (Washington) Frank Herzog Sam Huff and Sonny Jurgenson
1986 Washington at N.Y. Giants WMAL-AM (Washington) Frank Herzog Sam Huff and Sonny Jurgenson
WNEW-AM (N.Y. Giants) Jim Gordon Dick Lynch
1984 Chicago at San Francisco WBBM-AM (Chicago) Joe McConnell Brad Palmer
KCBS–AM (San Francisco) Don Klein Don Heinrich
1982 Dallas at Washington KRLD-AM (Dallas) Verne Lundquist Brad Sham and Charlie Waters
WMAL-AM (Washington) Frank Herzog Sam Huff and Sonny Jurgenson
1981 Dallas at San Francisco KRLD-AM (Dallas) Verne Lundquist Brad Sham
KCBS–AM (San Francisco) Don Klein Wayne Walker

1970s

Season Teams Flagship station(s) Play-by-play Color commentator(s)
1970 Dallas at San Francisco WFAA-AM (Dallas) Bill Mercer Verne Lundquist
KSFO-AM (San Francisco) Lon Simmons Russ Hodges

See also

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