In 1967, there was no way to record TV programs and most studios were not very good at keeping up with their archives. What was kept would often get recorded over, losing great moments in broadcast history.

Superbowl I falls under that category.

NFL Films took on the task of finding complete footage of that game between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs on January 15, 1967.

NFL Films succeeded. They found one camera angle of every play and were able to put it together with audio from the radio broadcast of the game.

And thus, we get to watch a piece of NFL history, in it's entirety, this Friday night on the NFL Network.

Read more on this story from NBC Sport's Pro Football Talk.