On February 12, the 2022-2023 football season comes to a close as the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Philadelphia Eagles for Super Bowl LVII. If you want to watch the game live in Glendale, Arizona, tickets are likely to set you back thousands. You’re probably better off watching it on TV, but if you’re one of many cord-cutters out there, you’re probably wondering how to stream the Super Bowl.
The FOX network and the FOX Sports channel will be broadcasting the big game, so your best bet is a live TV streaming service like Hulu Plus Live TV or FuboTV to stream the Super Bowl in 2023.
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Stream using your cable subscription
If you’re hoping to stream the Super Bowl even though you have cable, you can do that using the FOX Sports app.
Maybe you’ll be travelling. Maybe someone in your home needs the TV. Whatever the reason, if you have access to FOX through your cable subscription, then you have access to the FOX Sports app to stream the Super Bowl.
Just download the app, and when prompted, put in your cable subscriber info to get access to everything the app has to offer.
Use the NFL Plus app
While FOX is the primary home of the Super Bowl, you can also stream the game via the NFL Plus app. That means watching the game live as it airs on February 12.
If you want to access replays of the Super Bowl, those are only available with an NFL+ Premium subscription.
Subscribe to a live TV streaming service
While you could watch some NFL games on streaming services like Prime Video and Paramount Plus, the Super Bowl is not available there, so for true cord-cutters, live TV streaming services are the way to go.
Sign up for DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, and you’ll be all set.
Note that Philo TV and Frndly TV are the two big exceptions. Neither service offers access to FOX or the Super Bowl.
How to stream the Super Bowl for free?
There are a few ways to watch the Super Bowl for free — aside from dropping into your favorite bar where it’s almost guaranteed to be playing.
If you’re already a subscriber to the live TV streaming services listed above, you won’t be watching for free exactly, but you will get to watch without any additional expense.
To actually get it for free, your easiest option is to subscribe to one of the services that offer a free trial.
Currently, that limits you to FuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. There are other ways to save money though. YouTube TV will let you watch the first 20 minutes for free, and Sling is half off for your first month.
Read more: YouTube TV vs Hulu Plus Live TV
Super Bowl LVII is taking place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
The 2023 football event is held Sunday, February 12.
the game is between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Yes, the Super Bowl is streaming on the FOX Sports app, the NFL Plus app, and on various live TV streaming services.
If you are a cable subscriber with access to FOX, you can stream the Super Bowl on the FOX Sports app at no additional cost. Otherwise, you can stream it using a free trial of a service like FuboTV.