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How can I watch Super Bowl 55 in Spanish

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An aerial view of Raymond James Stadium ahead of Super Bowl LV on January 31, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Super Bowl LV is just a day away, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs are set to kick off Sunday, February 7 at Raymond James Stadium. Kick off is at approximately 6:30 p.m. ET, and the standard broadcast of the game will air on CBS. Though CBS is responsible for broadcasting the Super Bowl this year, they have ensured that Spanish-language coverage of the game will be available for Spanish-speaking NFL fans.

Here, we’ll let you know how to watch Super Bowl 55’s Spanish broadcast.

How to watch the Spanish broadcast on television

ESPN Deportes will exclusively provide Spanish-language coverage of the 2021 Super Bowl. It’s their third-straight year airing the Super Bowl broadcast, in addition to providing Spanish-language coverage for the AFC Championship game for the first time ever for the 2020-2021 season.

The game will be simulcast with the English-language broadcast, with kickoff set for Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET. The game will be announced by Ciro Procuna, Pablo Viruega, and John Sutcliffe with pre and post-game coverage by Sebastian Martinez-Christensen and Pilar Pirez. Pre-game coverage will be broadcast live from Tampa Bay, Florida starting at 4:30 p.m. ET.

ESPN Deportes is available for viewing on WatchESPN and can be accessed with all ESPN apps. However, accessing the channel for live stream does require a cable login. If you don’t have a cable subscription, there are quite a few streaming services offering free trials for one or two weeks. You can check YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV and be able to stream Super Bowl 55 this week.

The game is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the TV broadcast. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the game, but otherwise, it’s an easy option.

How to listen to the Spanish broadcast on the radio

Tampa: WTMP 96.1: Carlos Bohorquez handles play by play and Martin Gramatica is the color analyst.
Kansas City: KCWJ 1030 AM: Enrique Morales handles play-by-play, Oscar Monterroso is the color commentator, and Hannah Bassham is the field reporter.