How to watch the Super Bowl 2023 online: live stream the big game, half-time show and ads around the world


Feb 10, 2023
Super Bowl LVII is the upcoming American football championship game of the National Football League for the 2022 NFL season. It will be played between the American Football Conference champion Kansas City Chiefs and the National Football Conference champion Philadelphia Eagles.

How to watch the Super Bowl 2023 online: live stream the big game, half-time show and ads around the world

With less than a week to go until the Super Bowl 2023 takes place, it's time to work out where to watch the event, to make sure you don't miss the game, the ads or the half-time show.

This is Super Bowl LVII, as that's Roman numerals for 57, and the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will be facing each other in the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AA.
It's set to be one of the biggest sports gatherings in the world, despite it acting as the final of a US sport. That's because beyond the big game the half-time show, national anthem and famous ads are all big draws.

With two weeks to go, it's time to work out where to watch the Super Bowl 2023. Thankfully, it's pretty easy to do, wherever you are in the world. TV schedules for an event this massive get confirmed way ahead of time, so we already know channels in the US and UK.

Broadcast rights to the Super Bowl cycles each year, and the 2023 games fall to Fox.

The Fox TV network is available on all basic cable plans, but if you're moving away from traditional cable, then a number of live TV streaming services also carry the network, including FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV (using the Blue plan) and YouTube TV. Being subscribed to any of these services also allows you to watch the game on the Fox Sports app.

Kick-off is at 6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT, though coverage will start beforehand

Another option is the NFL Plus streaming service, which allows subscribers to stream nationally televised games, including the Super Bowl. The only drawback is that you can only do so on a mobile device.

The Super Bowl is easy to watch in the UK, as it's airing on ITV One, so you can use your TV or ITVX to follow along. Well, it's easy as long as you're okay with the 11:30 pm UK kickoff time, which means the game will undoubtedly be continuing into the early hours.

ITV's coverage begins at 10.45 pm, and Laura Woods is the presenter.

An alternative is the NFL GamePass. There are three tiers: mobile-only for £10.99, 50-day access to the Super Bowl and Playoffs for £13.99, or total access until July 31 for £14.99. You can find more information about what exactly is included in each here(opens in new tab).

If you subscribe to Sky TV with the Sky Sports package, the Super Bowl is also showing on the main Sky Sports channel, so if you're already a customer this is an extra way of watching.


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