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We’re less than a month away from Super Bowl LIII and heading into the conference finals, we now have a much better idea of which teams will face off at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on February 3.
As of now, four teams are left fighting for a spot in the 2019 Super Bowl. The LA Rams head to New Orleans to face the saints in the NFC Championship, while it’s the New England Patriots (last year’s losing finalists) vs Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC side of the Super Bowl LIII bracket. Both encounters take place this Sunday January 20.
After that – and forgive us if we’re getting ahead of ourselves, we’re just really excited! – the AFC Champion will go up against the NFC Champion to decide which team will win the 53rd Super Bowl on February 3.
We’ll make sure you have all the information you need to be ready for the event. Whether you live in the US, the UK or anywhere else in the world, we’ll show you exactly how to live stream this year’s Super Bowl so that you don’t miss a minute of the action. We know that it will be broadcast by CBS in the US, but there are plenty of ways to watch locally and internationally.
While we don’t know know which teams will be playing in this year’s event yet, keep checking this page as we’ll be updating it with all the latest Super Bowl news and viewing options right up to kickoff time on February 3.
How to watch 2019 Super Bowl online – your best choice:
This is the best way to watch Super Bowl 2019 online – from absolutely anywhere in the world – without any commercial breaks:
1. Download and install a VPN
If you don’t have easy access to watch the Super Bowl live online in your country – or just don’t fancy the prospect of being bombarded by commercial breaks – the best way to watch it for free is to download and install a VPN. We’ve tested all of the major VPN services and we rate ExpressVPN as the absolute best. It’s compatible with all of your devices, supports most streaming services and ranks amongst the fastest. You can even install it on devices like an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox and PlayStation. What’s more, there’s a great deal running this weekend which offers a 49% discount and a 30-day money back guarantee so if you were already interested in VPNs now is a great time to sign up. Check out ExpressVPN here
2. Connect to a UK server location
Simply open the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select a UK location – it doesn’t matter which one and it’s super easy to do. The reason to choose the UK? Because it’s being broadcast live for free, so as soon as you have a UK IP address you’re free to watch the Super Bowl hassle free.
3. Go to TVPlayer.com
TVPlayer is a free online streaming service which offers hundreds of channels – and you don’t even need to sign in. Among the channels on offer is BBC One which will show the entire event live. And the best bit? The BBC doesn’t have commercials so you’ll be able to enjoy totally uninterrupted coverage without a single commercial break.
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!
Which countries can I watch the Super Bowl from using a VPN?
A VPN will enable you to watch the Super Bowl from literally anywhere. So that obviously includes: US, UK, Israel, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Denmark, India, Netherlands, Spain, Brazil, Belgium, Romania, Mexico, France, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Czech Republic, Ireland, Poland, Kenya, Hungary, South Africa, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Russia, Japan, Egypt and more!
How to watch Super Bowl online 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!
Verizon subscribers will also be able to stream the game on their mobile devices via the company’s carrier-independent sites and services such as AOl, Complex and Yahoo.
CBS isn’t you’re only option though, with streaming services such as YouTubeTV, Playstation Vue and Sling TV 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.
- 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.
How to watch Super Bowl online in the UK:
American football fans in the UK will be able to watch Super Bowl 2019 on either the BBC One for free (assuming you have a TV licence) or on Sky Sports with a subscription if you prefer the American coverage of the game.
The event will be televised on BBC One starting at 11pm GMT and if that’s a little too late for you, don’t worry as replays will be shown the following day.
If you prefer to live stream the NFL online, you can do that too via BBC’s iPlayer on both desktop and mobile. You may be asked to register for free in order to watch it but once you go through the simple and straightforward process, you’ll be able to enjoy it almost anywhere including on your smartphone, tablet, web browser, streaming devices, game consoles, etc.
Here is a the list of territories and the Super Bowl broadcasters: Canada (Dazn, CTV 2, TSN 1, RDS), Africa (Super Sports, Zuku), Australia (ESPN, 7 Network), France (W9, BeIN Sport), India (Sony Ten, Sony Six), China ( Fox Sports, BesTV ). Super Bowl is available live in seven languages and 170 countries and territories and there’s a useful guide on the main broadcasters on NFL’s website.
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
When is Super Bowl LIII?
Each year the Super Bowl takes place on the first Sunday in February. This year that means the Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 3.
What is Super Bowl 2019 start time?
While the kickoff time has yet to have been announced for Super Bowl LIII, last year’s game began at 6:30pm ET (3:30pm PT, 11:30pm GMT) so expect things to start around the same time this year.
What’s happening during the half time show?
It was a drawn out, controversial process, but it has finally been confirmed that Maroon 5 will be headlining the event.
Travis Scott and Big Boi (yep, the one from hip-hop legends Outkast) have been added to the bill as guest stars as well.
Where is Super Bowl LIII?
Super Bowl LIII will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This will be the first time the stadium, which opened in 2017, will host the world’s biggest sporting event.
However, this will be the third Super Bowl played in Atlanta with Super Bowl XXVIII and Super Bowl XXXIV both being held at the now-demolished Georgia Dome. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium can hold 71,000 fans and is located right in the heart of downtown Atlanta.