The New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams will play for the chance to bring home the Vince Lombardi Trophy during Sunday’s Super Bowl LIII. While the big game will air on CBS, other viewing options are also available for sports fans. According to CBS, the streaming plans for the 53rd Super Bowl mark the network’s biggest digital investment ever in the big game.The game is set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. PT Sunday
How can I watch the game online?
You can livestream Super Bowl LIII on liveonespntv.com or the CBS Sports app for free — no authentication is required. You can also watch on CBS All Access if you live in one of the 200 markets where the service offers live TV.
If you’re willing to watch on a phone or tablet and not screencast to your TV, you can livestream the Super Bowl with the NFL Mobile app or the Yahoo Sports app for free.
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When does the streaming start on Super Bowl Sunday?
CBS will start livestreaming about 30 minutes before kickoff at at 6 p.m. ET (3 p.m. PT).
Who’s calling the game?
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be in the broadcast booth, with Tracy Wolfson reporting from the sidelines.
Who’s performing at halftime?
Maroon 5 is headlining the halftime show with help from Travis Scott, Outkast’s Big Boi and likely others.
Who’s singing the national anthem?
The “Empress of Soul” Gladys Knight will perform The Star-Spangled Banner.
Can I use a streaming service to watch the game?
You can, as long as it’s not Sling TV and you live in an area that gets a live feed of CBS and not just on-demand content. In many markets, you can watch on-demand but not live content from CBS and the other local networks.
CBS will provide viewers with a variety of options to watch the game, including a stream on the network’s CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app for connected TV devices, tablets and mobile phones via an expanded deal with the NFL.
Viewers who pay for a subscription to CBS All Access, the network’s streaming and on-demand service, can also access the game. The 2019 Super Bowl will be the first Super Bowl streamed on All Access.
Streaming TV bundles like DirecTV Now, Sling TV and YouTube TV that carry CBS will also have the game live.
Further, NFL.com and the NFL app will offer a live stream of CBS’ game broadcast.
For more Super Bowl-related content, CBS Sports HQ, the 24/7 streaming sports news network available for free across digital platforms, will deliver more than 30 hours of live, original programming from Atlanta.