The NFL announced that the Patriots and Colts will square off for Super Bowl LI in London on Sunday.
The Patriots are hoping to make history, as they become the first team to win the Super Cup and the first NFL team to take home two championships in the same year.
The Colts, meanwhile, will have a tough time matching the Patriots record of four championships in a row.
The game will be broadcast on Fox, which is owned by Comcast.
The Patriots and the Colts are both looking to set a new Super Bowl record, with Belichick and Colts quarterback Andrew Luck setting a new mark for points in a season.
They are also the first teams to win a Super Bowl in their own right, as the Patriots are also undefeated in the regular season.
The two teams are also hoping to set the standard for winning consecutive Super Bowls, as Belichick is 3-0 in the playoffs.
Luck is 1-0.
The Colts are hoping the Patriots will set a record of a Superbowl record by being the only team to reach the postseason in consecutive seasons, and will look to make a third consecutive Superbowl run, as Luck is 2-0 this season.
Both teams are expected to be competitive.
The game will air on CBS from London.
Watch live on CBS, and you can follow all the action live on Twitter using the hashtag #SuperBowl.