Today is the big day! Are you ready for the most-watched event of the year? Whether you are watching the Super Bowl today for Rihanna, the sport, the commercial ads, new trailer release, or just the delicious finger food served at Super Bowl watch parties, it’s an exciting time. It is also a time you don’t want to fail. What if cable goes out and you have to stream it. Can you watch the Super Bowl if you don’t have access to FOX? Here’s what we know about how to watch the Super Bowl with and without cable.
You only have a few hours to fetch all of your favorite snacks — and stores are likely already very crowded. Another important thing to check off your list, is your internet and/or cable connection. After all, if you are hosting a party, you want all guests to enjoy the experience, right?
How to watch the Super Bowl with & without cable
First, let’s do the cable option. The Super Bowl LVII will air live on FOX, so tune in to the channel right at (or before) 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 12. FOX is available as part of any cable service.
Now, if you don’t have cable, no problem! Fans are also able to stream the game via the streaming service they have replaced cable with, this includes fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and Sling TV. As long as FOX is included. Need more options? The game will also stream on FOX Deportes as well as on NFL+ online.
Where will you be watching the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles? Which team are you betting on? Here at Hidden Remote, we are Team Rihanna! This year, the Super Bowl is taking place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.