Super Bowl LVII is available on six live TV streaming services. The game airs Sunday night on FOX.
You can watch Super Bowl LVII without cable on:
The 2023 NFL championship game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs is set for Sunday, February 12. The official kickoff is 6:30 p.m. ET at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are making their third Super Bowl appearance over the last four seasons. The Chiefs are aiming to upset the Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles bid to win their second Lombardi Trophy.
The performance of these top quarterbacks has been closely watched during the AFC and NFC postseason.
How to Watch Super Bowl LVII without cable
Cord-cutters and sports fans who no longer pay for cable TV or satellite use live TV streaming services to watch Super Bowl LVII.
These services are supported on Smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV and Google Chromecast with Google TV.
Here is an overview of each of these live TV streaming services.
DIRECTV STREAM (formerly AT&T TV) has local FOX stations and a variety of sports channels.
The Entertainment package has over 75 channels for $74.99 per month. Cable networks such as ESPN and TNT are included in the channel lineup. Local broadcast channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS are in the Entertainment plan.
Subscribers can watch live TV on up to 20 screens at once. You can sign up for a 5-day free trial and cancel whenever you like.
You get unlimited Cloud DVR for recording sports and TV shows. So if you can’t watch the 2023 Super Bowl live, you can record it and replay it later. There are more than 40,000 on-demand movies and shows.
Subscribers can get three months of HBO Max, Showtime, STARZ, Cinemax and EPIX for free before the monthly rates kick in.
DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Android TV, Fire TV devices, Apple TV and smartphones and tablets
fuboTV has local FOX stations streaming the Super Bowl in its entry-level Pro bundle.
The Pro bundle has about 152 live TV channels with 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR storage. You can watch live TV on 10 screens at once.
You can watch live TV on three screens at once. A subscription costs $74.99 per month. fuboTV has a library of on-demand movies, and TV shows.
Subscribers to the Elite ($84.99 per month) and Premier ($94.99 per month) plans can watch the Super Bowl in 4K. You will need a 4K Smart TV to get the higher picture resolution. Any streaming device you use will also need to support 4K resolution.
A regional sports fee is also added to any fuboTV plan where RSNs are available.
Hulu Live TV
Hulu Live TV has coverage of local FOX stations across the U.S.
The Live TV plan with Hulu includes local broadcast channels and cable networks such as CNN, TNT and FOX Sports (FS1).
There are plenty of other live TV channels that you would find on cable TV as well.
You can stream live TV on up to two screens at once. A subscription costs $69.99 per month, and is now part of the Disney bundle.
Hulu Live TV comes with unlimited Cloud DVR so you can record sports, news, movies or whatever else you want. You can look over the channel lineup to see what locals and regional sports networks are available for your area.
Sling TV is an affordable way to live stream Super Bowl LVII, but only in a number of TV markets.
Sling TV Blue has more than 43 channels, including local FOX stations within its channel lineup in 18 TV markets, or “Designated Market Areas.”
If you live in or around one of these cities, then you should be able to get FOX and watch the Super Bowl using Sling Blue:
- Dallas/Fort Worth
- Los Angeles
- Minneapolis/St. Paul
- New York
- San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose
- Tampa/St. Petersburg
- Washington, DC
Sling Blue includes CNN, NFL Network and TNT. The Sling TV on-demand library is included in each bundle.
Subscribers get 50 hours of Cloud DVR. With Sling Orange, you can watch TV on one screen at a time.
You can use your subscription on Roku, Fire TV, Xbox One and AirTV Player. When you sign up for Sling TV, there are no contracts, or extra fees like cable TV.
Sling is currently offering it’s service at half off ($20) for the first month when you sign up. There is no obligation to keep your subscription after that.
YouTube TV is another option for watching Super Bowl LVII without cable or a satellite TV service.
A subscription to the Base plan costs $64.99 per month, and carries local FOX stations, FS1 and Telemundo.
The YouTube Base plan lets you watch TV on three screens at once. You can use your subscription on Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Smart TVs powered by Android TV and Google TV.
You can check out the latest offer YouTube TV is making to new and returning customers.
Vidgo carries local FOX stations in its English Plus package.
Subscribers can stream on up to three screens at once. You can use your subscription on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
How to Watch Super Bowl LVII for free
You can watch a local FOX station for free by using a TV antenna. Check to see if you are near any broadcast towers by using Antennas Direct free tool.
Just type in your zip code, and you will get a list of local channels that should be available in your area.
Many FOX stations broadcast in 1080i or 720p picture resolution. The picture quality is generally better than a feed from cable TV because the image doesn’t need to be compressed as much.
Viewers won’t experience a delay in the broadcast that is typical with streaming services.
If you are new to TV antennas, here is a list of resources that I have written to get you started.
- Review: The Best TV Antenna
- How to Connect Multiple TVs to One Antenna
- Review: The Best Indoor TV Antennas
- Review: The Best Outdoor TV Antennas
How to Watch Super Bowl LVII FAQs
These are questions that NFL fans ask when searching for ways to watch the 2023 Super Bowl without a pay TV provider.
How to Watch the Super Bowl on a Smart TV
Smart TV owners can watch the 2023 Super Bowl for free on FOX by using a TV antenna. You can also sign up for DIRECTV STREAM, fubo, Hulu Live TV, Sling, YouTube TV and Vidgo. Each of these TV streaming service carries FOX.
What channel is the Super Bowl on?
Super Bowl LVII is being broadcast on FOX. TV antenna users can get local FOX stations for free. FOX is also available on cable TV, satellite and six live TV streaming services.
How to watch the Super Bowl on Roku
If you own a Roku streaming device, then you watch the 2023 Super Bowl by sigining up for DIRECTV STREAM, fubo, Hulu Live, Sling TV, Vidgo or YouTube TV.
Can I watch the Super Bowl on an Amazon Fire TV Stick?
Yes. You can use DIRECTV STREAM, fubo, Hulu Live TV, Sling, Vidgo or YouTube TV to get FOX and watch the 2023 Super Bowl.
What channel has a Spanish simulcast of the 2023 Super Bowl?
FOX Deportes will have a Spanish simulcast of Super Bowl LVII. You can stream FOX Deportes on fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Vidgo and YouTube TV. The network is often featured within Spanish-language channel bundles or add-ons.
Is the Super Bowl on Amazon Prime?
No. Amazon Prime had exclusive rights to stream Thursday Night Football during the regular season. But Amazon’s streaming rights ended with the regular season, and did not extend into the NFL playoffs.
Can you watch the Super Bowl on ESPN+?
No. The Disney-owned streaming service does not have the streaming rights to this year’s Super Bowl.
Who is performing at the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show?
Rihanna is delivering a solo performance of the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show. She is a nine-time Grammy award winner. Rihanna was recently nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Original Song category for “Lift Me Up.” The half time show typically takes place between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. ET.
What’s the best way to watch Super Bowl LVII?
A TV antenna is a solid option for watching the Super Bowl for free. But not everyone wants to use a TV antenna or has time to set one up.
DIRECTV STREAM has a 5-day free trial, more than 75 live TV channels in the Entertainment plan and unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings.
You can watch live TV on 20 screens at once. A subscription costs $74.99 per month, and runs month to month. You can cancel online whenever you like.
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