Kick-off for Super Bowl 55 is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 7. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa Bay at Raymond James Stadium and there will be plenty of ways to watch the game.
The game airs on CBS and most people will be watching on television. However, if you don’t have access to a TV for one reason or another, you’ll be able to watch the game via live online stream. A lot of online streams can cost money, but the NFL makes the Super Bowl available for free on a variety of streaming options.
The league announced the full list of options across league and FOX Sports properties. Here is the list of desktop, mobile, and tablet options for watching live streams of the game.
- NFL Digital: Free to stream on any device (NFL app on phone, tablet, connected TV devices; nfl.com)
- CBS Sports properties: Stream on CBSSports.com, the CBS Sports App, or on CBS All-Access with a subscription or subscription trial (Website & app); English & Spanish feeds available
- ESPN Deportes: An exclusive Spanish language program will air on ESPN Deportes, which will be available for viewing on the ESPN and NFL apps
- DAZN: Canadian football fans can catch Super Bowl LV on DAZN, which is available by subscription. An annual subscription costs $99.99, but they do offer a 30-day free trial that users can sign up for.
- Yahoo! Sports: Free to stream on phone & tablet (Mobile web & app); English & Spanish feeds available