It’s time once again for the biggest weekend of the year in the NFL.
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The Chiefs and Eagles will square off Sunday in Super Bowl 57. Both teams enter the game as the No. 1 seed from their respective conference as they seek another Lombardi Trophy to add to their collection.
It has all the makings of an enjoyable spectacle on the field, while the lineup of entertainment off the field promises to keep even the most casual football fans entertained for the evening. Rihanna will be performing in the halftime show, and as usual commercials will be competing to win the most attention from the hundreds of millions of viewers.
Around the United States and around the world, people will be eager to catch the action. Fox holds the American broadcasting rights this year, so anyone with a cable subscription can simply tune into their local affiliate channel.
However, more and more people have made the decision to cut the cord in recent years and cancel their traditional cable subscription. To keep up with demand, the number of online streaming services continues to grow. There are now ample options for fans without a cable subscription to watch the biggest game of the year.
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Here’s a full breakdown of all the ways you can live stream Super Bowl 57 online, with several options available for free:
Super Bowl 57 live streams
Fox will be broadcasting the Super Bowl in 2023. NBC, Fox and CBS alternate for the rights to broadcast the big game, with ABC/ESPN set to join the rotation beginning in 2027.
|Streaming option||Cable subscription needed?||Free?||Cost||Free trial?|
|Fox Sports App||No||Yes||–||–|
|NFL App (NFL+)||No||No||$12.99/month||No|
|Hulu + Live TV||No||No||$69.99/month||No|
|DAZN (Canada)||No||No||$24.99 CAD/month||No|
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How to watch Super Bowl 57 for free without cable
There are a few ways fans can live stream Super Bowl 57 for free.
If you’re a cord-cutter, your best option is to use the stream available on the FOX Sports app, which has been made free for all viewers regardless of whether or not they have a cable subscription. This is unlike NBC’s streaming coverage last year, which did require them to sign into a cable account.
The Super Bowl will be available on the Fox Sports app without authentication for all cord cutters to stream. Fox made SB available for free for its 2020 broadcast. NBC elected not to stream it without authentication last year. (Sources: The Streamable)
— Mike Ozanian (@MikeOzanian) February 3, 2023
You could also take advantage of a free trial with one of several streaming sites. YouTube TV, fuboTV and DIRECTV STREAM all offer free trials before you’re billed for a subscription.
If you do have access to an existing cable subscription, you can stream the game at no additional cost on FOXSports.com and NFL.com.
Another option would be subscribing to NFL+ through the NFL mobile app. It’s cheaper than a subscription to any full-service streaming site, and it gives you access to live local and primetime NFL games on the go. Packages start at $12.99/month.
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Can I watch Super Bowl 57 on YouTube TV?
Yes. YouTube TV includes Fox in its package, meaning the Super Bowl will be available on the site. It also offers a two week free trial, which is one of the more generous offers on the market.
Can I watch Super Bowl 57 on Hulu?
Yes. Hulu + Live TV includes Fox network affiliates. However, the live TV package no longer offers a free trial to new users. You’ll have to commit to purchasing a subscription, which costs $69.99/month.
Can I watch Super Bowl 57 on DirecTV Stream?
Yes. DirecTV Stream (formerly AT&T TV Now) includes Fox in its package. The service offers a five day free trial for new users, with subscriptions starting at $74.99/month.
Can I watch Super Bowl 57 on fuboTV?
Yes. FuboTV includes Fox in its package of channels, and you’ll be able to watch the game through your local FOX network affiliate. It also offers a free trial for new users, with packages starting at $74.99/month.
Can I watch Super Bowl 57 on Sling TV?
Yes, in certain locations. Sling TV includes Fox in their channel offerings, but only in select markets. You can see if your area is on the list by clicking here. There is no free trial, but new users can get the first month of their subscription for half off, with packages starting at $40/month.
How to live stream Super Bowl 57 in Canada
All NFL games can be streamed live and on demand in Canada via DAZN, which is accessible on all smart TVs, mobile devices, computers and game consoles. Viewers in Canada can sign up now, with subscriptions priced at $24.99/month (CAD).