It’s finally here And let’s be perfectly honest — it’s not all that hard to watch the Super Bowl. It’s not tucked away on some unheard-of streaming service. It’s not the seventh alternate channel of where you’d normally find the game. In fact, it’s been pretty difficult to avoid at this point.
No, Super Bowl LVII — scheduled for February 12, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona — will be available on Fox. It’s that simple, and you’re welcome. And Fox is available anywhere and everywhere that you can get cable, satellite, or streaming TV. It’s a broadcast network. It’s all over the place.
Where you might need a little help is with the edge cases. Maybe you’re one of the forward-looking folks who have gotten rid of traditional methods of watching TV. Or perhaps you want to watch Super Bowl LVII in the best quality possible.
Who’s playing in Super Bowl LVII?
Finally. We’ve got our two teams set to face off in Super Bowl 2023. After 18 weeks of regular-season games, the Wild Card round, the Divisional rounds, then finally the Conference Championships, it’s the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Philadelphia Eagles. The oddsmakers said such a Super Bowl was likely, and that’s what we’re getting. Speaking of the odds, this one’s basically a toss-up. Everyone’s looking for both teams to score a bunch of points, so really the betting is going to come down to the spread.
And no, we’re not here to argue the quality of the refs leading into this final game. It’s time to let that go. But we fully reserve the right to complain if things get squirrelly.
And while technically it isn’t part of the game itself, don’t forget about the Super Bowl halftime show. Apple Music is the title sponsor, so you know it’ll be good. But that’s just the table stakes. None other than Rihanna is headlining, so there’s a good possibility that this will quickly become one of the best halftime shows ever
What time is the Super Bowl?
Technically the Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET. That’s 3:30 p.m. on the West Coast. But Fox’s broadcast actually starts at 11 a.m. Eastern time, which is crazy early. But those ads aren’t going to sell themselves. This marks the 10th Super Bowl on Fox, by the way.
And if you really want to do the math, that makes seven-and-a-half hours of pre-game TV before anything actually happens.
How to stream Super Bowl LVII if you don’t have cable
The good news about watching the Super Bowl is that it’s available pretty much everywhere. Legally. That’s true for streaming, just as it is for more terrestrial methods of watching the game.
Your local Fox affiliate should be available on every live-streaming service in the U.S. And that means you’re effectively watching Super Bowl 2023 for free. (OK, yes, you’re paying for it as part of your monthly subscription. But the point is you’re not paying any extra for the Super Bowl. Therefore, it’s free!) That includes YouTube TV, which is the most popular streaming service, with more than 5 million subscribers.
It’s also true for Sling TV, which remains the most affordable option at $35 a month for either its Sling Orange or Sling Blue track, or $55 . (You get different channels with each option.)
You’ll also get your local Fox affiliate with FuboTV — and that’s an intriguing option because you should be able to watch the Super Bowl in 4K resolution without paying anything extra. That’s because FuboTV is the only service that includes 4K content as part of your monthly fee, so it won’t cost more. start at $75 a month.
Super Bowl LVII in 4K and HDR
If you have the option to watch the Super Bowl in 4K, take it. Full stop. Never mind that it might not be “true” 4K. Even if you’re talking about 1080p upscaled to
And that goes for the entire broadcast. From pregame, to halftime, to the post-game celebration, the whole thing is in
In other words, Fox knows how to do the Super Bowl in
When it comes to watching the Super Bowl in
Watch Super Bowl LVII in 4K on YouTube TV
YouTube TV is a great way to watch the Super Bowl in
You’ll also gain the ability to watch as much
If all that sounds great, but you just can’t stomach the extra $20 a month, consider this: The 4K Plus package comes with a free trial. So you can sign up just ahead of the Super Bowl to take things for a test drive.
Watch Super Bowl LVII in 4K on FuboTV
As we mentioned previously, you should be able to watch the Super Bowl in
Watch Super Bowl LVII in 4K on the Fox Sports app
An option you might not have considered — but one you definitely should — is the Fox Sports app. It’s available on pretty much any connected device you’ve got, be it a television, phone, tablet, or computer.
And here’s the thing: You should be able to stream any available sports in
Watch Super Bowl 2023 with a VPN
If you’re in the U.S., it’s basically a cinch to watch the Super Bowl. But if you’re outside the country — long-term or just temporarily — you might need a little help getting back to your viewing method of choice. For that, we have VPNs.
A virtual private network essentially is a tunnel that, well, tunnels all of your internet traffic through a specific set of servers in a specific country (that’s the important part!) before arriving at the end destination. In addition to adding a layer of security so that no unencrypted traffic is visible to outsiders, a VPN also makes it appear as if your computer or phone or whatever is back in your home country.
The one trick here is that you need to be able to trust your VPN provider because every last bit and byte is going to be going through it. And for that, we’ve long been fans of . It’s easy enough to use, has access to all the servers in all the countries you could possibly use, and the price is right.
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