Are you ready for some football? And not just any night of football. We’re talking about one of the biggest sporting events of the year. Super Bowl LVII is happening Sunday, February 12.
With all of the excitement, fanfare, and food to prepare, it can be easy to lose sight of the most important question surrounding Super Bowl Sunday: How to watch the big game? While there are a few details yet to fall into place, we do know when and where the championship game is happening and, perhaps more importantly, how you can stream Super Bowl LVII live even if you don’t have cable.
What channel is the Super Bowl on in 2023?
The 2023 Super Bowl game will air on FOX in 4K with complete English-language coverage, while Fox Deportes will host Spanish-language commentary. Because both channels will show the same game, you’ll want to choose one over the other based on your language preference.
FOX is widely available across most cable, satellite, and live TV streaming services. The same goes for Fox Deportes, though you may need to subscribe to a higher-tier TV plan to get it.
When and where is Super Bowl LVII?
Super Bowl LVII will take place in Glendale, Arizona at the State Farm Stadium on Sunday, February 12, 2023. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. MST, 6:30 p.m. EST.
Best TV plans for watching the Super Bowl
You don’t need a full-blown cable or satellite subscription to watch Super Bowl LVII. A simple digital antenna can easily provide access to the Big Game if you live near a FOX broadcast network. For just a one-time purchase—usually between $20 and $60—a digital antenna will even score you other primetime NFL games in the build-up to the Super Bowl. Certain antennas like the Mohu Leaf 50 ($49.99 on Amazon‡) are even 4K-capable—something not all TV providers can offer.
If you don’t live within range of a FOX station but have reliable internet access, you could try a free live TV streaming trial. fuboTV usually offers a seven-day free trial, which is more than enough time to watch the Super Bowl. Just be sure to cancel before the trial period ends.
Perhaps you’re in the market for a more comprehensive TV plan or want to double-check whether your current plan offers the necessary channels. Either way, we’ve broken down which TV providers offer the two Super Bowl channels below.
Which TV providers offer FOX and Fox Deportes?
|Cox||Cable||$56.00–$139.00/mo.||Read Cox review|
|DIRECTV||Satellite||$64.99–$154.99/mo.||Read DIRECTV review|
|fuboTV||Streaming||$74.99–$94.99/mo.||Read fuboTV review|
|Hulu + Live TV||Streaming||$69.99–$82.99/mo.||Read Hulu + Live TV review|
|Sling TV||Streaming||$40.00–$55.00/mo.||Read Sling TV review|
|YouTube TV||Streaming||$64.99/mo.||Read YouTube TV review|
Which teams are playing in the Super Bowl?
Super Wild Card Weekend starts on Saturday, January 14, in which top NFL teams go into play-offs for a chance to compete in this year’s Super Bowl. Some of the top teams slated to make it to the Super Bowl this year include the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Buffalo Bills.
Who is singing the national anthem?
Last year, country singer Mickey Guyton performed the national anthem for Super Bowl LVI. As for the 2023 Super Bowl, the NFL has yet to announce who will be singing the patriotic song.
Who is playing the Super Bowl halftime show?
Nine-time Grammy award winner Rihanna will be performing the Super Bowl LVII halftime show. While not much has been shared about what we can expect from this highly anticipated show hosted by Apple Music, Rihanna recently told ET it will be a celebration of her music.
How to watch Super Bowl 2023 commercials
Serving up the best commercials of the year, the advertisements during the Super Bowl rarely disappoint. Many brands are keeping these commercial details under wraps until they air during the big game. Until then, check out some of the best commercials from the 2022 Super Bowl and keep a lookout, as there may be some teasers before this year’s Super Bowl.