Ready to watch the big game? You have plenty of options to chose from.
The Super Bowl LIV kicks off on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET from Miami, with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs battling Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers for the Lombardi Trophy. Demi Lovato will perform the national anthem and Jennifer Lopez is this year’s halftime headliner. Fox will be carrying this year’s game, so that’s where you can catch it on TV.
If you’re looking to stream the game for free, you can watch it live on FoxSports.com and NFL.com. The Fox Sports and Fox Now apps will also let you watch for free, without any authentication, on a devices like Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.
Roku viewers may run into an issue, though, with the device maker’s carriage deal with Fox expiring on Friday. Fox’s channels aren’t available on Roku as of Friday afternoon, but a Roku rep said the Super Bowl will stream for free on the NFL channel “unless Fox blocks it.”
Cord-cutters can also stream the game on live TV services like YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV; both services offer a free trial, before costing $50 and $55 per month, respectively. Roku users will be able to watch the game on either of these services if they have it. Fubo TV, which costs $55 per month, is another live TV streaming option.