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How to watch Super Bowl LVII: The best streamers for the big game

Don't miss the game or Rihanna's halftime performance

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Margarita Hirapetian
US Affiliate WriterLos Angeles
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The teams are set and Super Bowl LVII will air live on Sunday, February 12, 2023 as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles. Plus, we'll also get a highly anticipated special halftime performance by Rihanna. Whether you're excited about the actual game, RiRi's performance, or both, there are a few foolproof ways to stream it all. Just make sure you get your chosen streaming service set up before that Sunday. Don't wait until the last minute!

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The best streaming services to use for viewing the Super Bowl are Hulu, SlingTV, and fuboTV, and we'll break down exactly why below. Don't forget to get your snacks and beverages ready to make your watching experience especially memorable.

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When is the Super Bowl?

This year the Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 12, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, with kick-off beginning at approximately 3:30PM, Pacific Standard Time, which is West Coast/Los Angeles time. That means on the East Coast/NYC, it will air around 6:30PM. On cable TV, it will be broadcast by Fox. 

Who is playing in the Super Bowl?

The winner of the AFC (American Football Conference), Kansas City Chiefs, will face the winner of the NFC (National Football Conference), Philadelphia Eagles, at Super Bowl LVII. Both teams had the best records in their respective conferences and each has won a previous Super Bowl within the past five years. The Chiefs are led by MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes while Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts makes his first Super Bowl appearance.

Best streaming services to watch the Super Bowl


Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is basically a combination of streaming on-demand and live TV programs like the Super Bowl. It's definitely the best of both worlds if you don't want to give up stuff on cable, but don't want to keep paying for cable only to watch some events a few times a year. You can also bundle Hulu with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $82.99 a month and stream on up to two devices simultaneously. This is a great deal overall and gives you quite a few options on movies, TV shows, documentaries, and more after the Super Bowl.

fubo tv


New users who sign up for fuboTV can enjoy it for a free 7-day trial. FuboTV is great for sports lovers because it's all about sports with all the usual sports networks, including Fox (which is the network that broadcasts the Super Bowl). It allows you to stream on up to three screens at the same time for only $74.99 a month if you get the Pro plan (the cheapest one).



SlingTV offers two basic packages for streaming -- Blue and Orange. For the Super Bowl, you will need to get the Blue package because it includes Fox and 40 other channels. For $40 a month, you can stream on up to three different devices and get 50 hours of DVR storage with this option. FYI: SlingTV does not support 4K yet.


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