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Super Bowl LVII: Everything You Need to Know

There are plenty of things to keep in mind for Super Bowl LVII, such as where you can watch, where the teams are playing, the halftime performer, and more. As of now, we don’t know what teams will play the big game, but Super Wild Card Weekend began on Saturday, January 14; this is when the top teams in the NFL enter the playoffs. The current top teams include the Cincinnati Bengals, the San Francisco 49ers, the Buffalo Bills, and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Let’s get into everything you need to know for Super Bowl LVII.

When and Where is Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII is available through FOX, and it’s scheduled for Sunday, February 12, 2023, at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Kickoff is at 4:30 p.m. (MST).

Super Bowl LVII will be the first to play in Arizona since the Patriots win against the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. In addition, the first Super Bowl played in Arizona happened on January 28, 1996, between the Cowboys and Steelers in the Sun Devil Stadium.

How to Watch Super Bowl LVII

How to Watch NFL Games Without Cable

With Cable

There are various ways you can watch the Super Bowl in 2023; as long as you have access to FOX, you’re all set. For the Spanish-speaking community, watch Super Bowl LVII on FOX Deportes; the network includes Spanish-language commentary. Although, keep an eye out for future games because CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX have a rotation on which network broadcasts the game.

You shouldn’t have trouble finding FOX as it’s widely available among most cable, satellite, and live TV streaming services. Likewise, FOX Deportes is also widely available, but sometimes a subscription to a TV plan is needed to access it.

Digital Antenna

Most people skip this option, but it’s still available. With a digital antenna, you can access Super Bowl LVII and other media if you’re close to a FOX broadcast network. With this, FOX Deportes is unavailable. If you’re entertaining this option, a digital antenna typically costs between $20-$60, and plenty are 4K-capable.

How to watch Super Bowl LVII Without Cable

How to Watch Super Bowl LVII 2023 on FOX

FuboTV

With fuboTV, users can access virtually every NFL game of the season, along with the 2023 Super Bowl, given that it has access to channels like FOX, ESPN, and CBS.

This streaming service allows you to stream on up to 10 devices at once, and its exceptional device support makes it easy to watch this year’s Super Bowl from anywhere. Plans start at $24.99/month and go as high as $94.99/month. Also, fuboTV offers a free one-week trial before you make any commitments.

Hulu+ Live TV

Hulu+ Live TV is an excellent alternative if your location doesn’t have FOX. Hulu+ Live TV gives you access to 70+ networks, and you can simultaneously stream on three devices. Pricing starts at $69.99/month, and the ad-free version is $82.99/month. Besides, if you have a basic Hulu streaming subscription, you can upgrade for February to have stress-free access to the game.

Sling TV

Sling TV allows users to watch movies, TV shows, or sports events from various networks, such as FOX, NBC, and ABC. The service has three subscriptions, and at $55/month, the “Orange & Blue” subscription provides access to practically every network so that you can watch almost every game of the 2023 football season. The “Blue” and “Orange” subscriptions are each $40/month, and for the first month of any subscription, users receive half the original price.

Of the three subscriptions, Sling Blue is likely your best bet for Super Bowl LVII. Sling Blue allows users to watch the game on up to three devices at once.

Before purchasing a plan, verify that Sling TV has FOX in your area. Only some areas have FOX, but the Sling TV website will show if you have it at your location.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV allows simultaneous streaming on up to three devices. Not to mention, it’s available for all devices, including Apple TV, Android, Roku, PlayStation, XBOX ONE, and more. For nearly every area in the U.S., YouTube TV has access to FOX, CBS, and over 100 other channels. The Spanish Plan costs $34.99/month, but the Base Plan costs $64.99/month.

DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream gives viewers access to FOX and 60+ channels. It also has Regional Sports Networks, so that’s good news for MLB, NHL, and NBA fans. DirecTV Stream allows streaming on up to 20 devices at once; pricing starts at $69.99/month and goes as high as $149.99/month.

Vidgo

Vidgo’s subscription prices range from $39.95/month to $99.95/month. Most areas have access to FOX, and depending on your subscription, you receive access to over 150 channels. On top of that, Vidgo makes it easy to watch on up to three devices at once.

NFL+

NFL+ shares highlights and current stats of a game to keep fans updated. Also, NFL+ Premium has access to ad-free coaches films, full-game reruns, and short-game replays.

For NFL+, you need a subscription to the NFL App, live in America, and have a compatible device. It costs $39.99/year or $4.99/month, and NFL+ Premium costs $79.99/year or $9.99/month.

Outside of the U.S.

You’re in luck if you want to watch Super Bowl LVII but don’t live in America. With local and international streaming services, practically anyone can watch the big game.

In the UK, watch it on BBC One or Sky Sports; you won’t get the famous Super Bowl ads with BBC One. If you want to watch the game and the advertisements, try NFL GamePass. Canadians should check out CTV, TSN, or RDS; pick the channel according to your language capabilities. Australians can try ESPN, Kayo, or Foxtel. If you’re in Mexico or Latin America, try ESPN or Star+.

If none of those broadcasts are easily accessible, try a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Since you can change your IP address with a VPN, you can watch events like the Super Bowl from anywhere.

Can you still get tickets to the 2023 Super Bowl?

If you’re trying to cross off attending a Super Bowl on your bucket list, there are still ways to make that happen. As long as you have a lot of money or a considerable limit on your credit cards, you can still find ways to attend the 2023 Super Bowl. You can find tickets through various sites, such as TicketMaster, Vivid Seats, and SeatGeek.

Performers

National Anthem

As of now, the NFL has yet to reveal who will sing the national anthem. Last year, country performer Mickey Guyton sang the patriotic anthem.

Halftime show

The Super Bowl halftime show is a controversial honor, but this year has the potential to be one the most exciting performances seen in years. Grammy award-winning Rihanna will perform during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show.

The halftime show is a massive deal, even for non-football fans. Plenty of viewers tune in just for the big performance. Apple Music is hosting the halftime show this year, and Rihanna announced that it would be a celebration of her music.

Commercials

Super Bowl commercials must be some of the best seen throughout the year. Most brands keep quiet about their ads until they air during the game. So far, there isn’t much information on the 2023 Super Bowl commercials, but you can surf the internet and check out some of the most entertaining commercials from the 2022 Super Bowl.

Final Thoughts

Super Bowl LVII is on February 12, with kickoff at 4:30 p.m. (MST). Above, we listed plenty of options for watching the Super Bowl and extra information on performers, commercials, and more. Make sure you pick which team you’re rooting for, place your bets, and eat all the Super Bowl food you can. Don’t forget to choose how you’ll watch the big game this year. How do you plan on watching the 2023 Super Bowl?

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