You've done it, dear reader…you've made it to Super Bowl LIII weekend! Ever since the New England Patriots and the LA Rams booked their tickets to Atlanta two weeks ago, we've been counting down the days – and we're guessing you probably have, too. Well there isn't long left to wait and we have all the information you need for how to live stream Super Bowl 2019 – absolutely FREE and without commercials – no matter where in the world you are.
The Patriots and Rams are set to face off in a game that feels almost impossible to call this Sunday in Atlanta. The Los Angeles franchise had the better regular season with an impressive 13-3-0 record (matched only by the New Orleans Saints that they vanquished in the conference finals). Sean McVay – who became the youngest head coach in NFL history when he took the job in 2017 – continues to confound his critics and is hoping to make history once again.
But Tom Brady's New England Patriots have the big game experience, making this their third consecutive Super Bowl visit. Not to mention the fact that their line is lead by possibly the finest quarterback to play the sport. They have the chance to tie the Pittsburgh Steelers as the most successful team in NFL history at Super Bowl LIII.
Both franchises needed overtime in their respective Conference Games to secure passage through to the 2019 Super Bowl though. The hero for the Patriots was (you guessed it), Tom Brady while it was the boot of the Rams' Greg Zuerlein that had the ultimate say over in the NFC.
We’ll make sure you have all the information you need to be ready for Super Bowl Sunday. Whether you live in the US, the UK or anywhere else in the world, we’ll show you exactly how to live stream the 2019 Super Bowl so that you don’t miss a minute of the action. It will be broadcast by CBS in the US, but there are plenty of ways to watch locally and internationally – and we can even tell you where you can watch without having to put up with all those annoying ad breaks.
How to watch the 2019 Super Bowl online – our favorite live stream choice:
Keep scrolling to see who's showing Super Bowl 2019 where you live. But if, like us, you'd like to watch online without any commercial breaks, then following these three simple steps will help:
Want to record the Super Bowl and watch it later? TVPlayer will also allow you to do that too. You'll need to sign up for a paid account, but the good news there is that the site offers a 14-day free trial so no payments required!
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How to watch Super Bowl for free in the US:
If you live in the US and have access to the internet, then you’ll be able to watch the entirety of Super Bowl 2019 on CBS. In addition to broadcasting the game on cable TV, the network will stream the event live through its Sports website and mobile apps. CBS has even the sweetened the deal by allowing users to stream the Super Bowl without having to sign in.
Prefer to watch football on the big screen via your favorite streaming platforms? Well you can do that too to as CBS will be streaming Super Bowl 2019 on Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One, Apple TV, Android TV and more. But if you want to watch without any commercials – check out the options above!
Note that you will need a US IP address in order to access all of the above or otherwise you won't be able to access the content from abroad – if you want to do so, you'll have to follow our VPN guidelines above and log in with a VPN, choosing a US server location.
CBS isn't you're only option though, with all of the top US-based streaming services all providing an alternative. Each one offers a free trial to get you started and has masses of other content and channels for you to enjoy if you subscribe:
- Hulu with Live TV $40 per month – Hulu with Live TV includes CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.
- PlayStation Vue From $45 per month and the ideal choice for PS4 owners thanks to its access to the likes of ESPN, NBC, Fox, Disney and other essential networks. Crank up the price and you can add the likes of Showtime and HBO, too.
- YouTubeTV $40 per month – YouTubeTV gives you access to CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.
- DirecTV Now $50 per month – DirecTV Now includes CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and for $5 extra you can add the NFL Network.
- FuboTV $35 for the first month – FuboTV gives you the first month at a discounted rate but after that the price increases to $45 a month. The service includes CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network but does not come with ESPN.
How to watch Super Bowl online in the UK:
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Super Bowl live stream: worldwide coverage where you are
Super Bowl 53 is available live in seven languages and 170 countries and territories around the world – there’s a useful guide on the main broadcasters on NFL’s website.
But to save you the time, we can tell you a few options in some of the most popular territories for watching NFL: Mexico – ESPN, Fox, TV Azteca; Brazil – ESPN; South Korea – MBC Sports; Germany – ProSieben, DAZN; France – TF1, BeIN Sport; Argentina – ESPN, Fox; China – Fox Sports, BesTV.
As of the time of writing, the cheapest ticket for Super Bowl LIII starts at a whopping $3,600 per person in the 300 level at the very back of the stadium.
If you want to get closer to the action, it’s going to cost even more with seats in the 100 level going for $15,075 each. These seats do include access to the three hour all-inclusive Premier Party at the Georgia World Congress Center, appearances and meet and greet opportunities with NFL stars and Hall of Famers, pre-game hospitality and a post-game confetti-filled celebration.
Super Bowl 2019 FAQ: your questions answered
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