Super Bowl Live: The Super Bowl is one of the biggest yearly events in sport. This year, the AFC champions Kansas City Chiefs will take on the NFC champions Philadelphia Eagles. Not a sports fan? No problem. The icon that is Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl halftime show in what will undoubtedly be a performance to remember.
How to Watch Super Bowl 2023 – Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs
Date: Sunday, February 12
Where: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV Network: Fox
Whether it’s RiRi or running backs you’re into, there are many ways to watch the Super Bowl, whether through ad-free services or with a little VPN work aroundery. So get those chicken wings in the fryer, pour out a big bowl of the gelatinous liquid known as ‘ranch’, and prepare to root for the Philadelphia Eagles or Kansas City Chiefs.
Watching the Super Bowl in the UK couldn’t be much easier, given how it will be airing on BBC One and iPlayer for free. Viewers will get the game and Rihanna-headlining halftime show, but arguably just as famous as the Super Bowl itself are the multi-million dollar adverts. As the BBC is an ad-free service, you’ll have to fill that time with punditry analysis instead of being pumped full of Mountain Dew adverts.
If you really want to see the newest film trailers and Old Spice adverts, the full original US broadcast including commercials is available through the NFL Game Pass. There are three options for the big game in the UK. A Super Bowl pass offers 31 day access to NFL Game Pass with Super Bowl LVII live and on demand viewing for just a 99p one-off charge. A Super Bowl pass does not allow for mobile viewing, though. A mobile only account is £13.99 annually, while a Pro account is £14.99. Both offers are available until 31 July 2023. The Super Bowl will also be shown on Sky services, available for Sky members signed up to the Sky Sports package.
Elsewhere in Europe, coverage depends on where you live. But all you have to do to find out how to experience the Super Bowl in your country is to use this comprehensive list.
If you want to watch the US version, many VPN services allow you to stream the game on your own terms. The likes of ExpressVPN (3000+ servers in 3,000 servers in 94 nations) and NordVPN (5400 servers across 60+ countries) offer deals perfectly tailored for Super Bowl viewing. Many even come with a few months free. To find the best VPN services of 2023, check out our guide to borderless viewing here.
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