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How to Watch the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl LII takes place on Sunday, February 4th, when the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will face off in the biggest sporting events of the year; over 110 million people tune in for the game (as well as the Halftime show, special commercials and movie trailers shown during breaks). How you can watch this spectacular depends on where in the world you live. Read on for details.

How To Watch Super Bowl 2018 in The United States

This one's pretty easy; the Super Bowl is show in its entirety on NBC, starting at 6:30pm ET. You can also stream online via fuboTV, and if you don't have that already, you can sign up for a free trial. If you don't have cable, then online viewing is your friend. Download the NBC Sports app and watch via iOS, Windows, Amazon tablets, or Android. Alternatively, you can tune in via connected devices; Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire and XBox One. If none of those options are viable, you can purchase an NFL Game Pass which will make the game available online after midnight.

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How To Watch Super Bowl 2018 in Canada

Canadian audiences can tune into the Super Bowl via CTV, CTV2, or TSN. The Supreme Court of Canada has just rejected a request which would have seen only Canadian ads airing on CTV during the commercial breaks. This means that all the U.S. commercials will be shown, so Canadians will have access to all of the movie trailers that are set to air as well.

How To Watch Super Bowl 2018 in U.K.

In the UK, Sky Sports will have all the action, but if you don't subscribe to Sky, BBC One is also going to be showing the game, with live coverage from 11:20pm GMT. It'll be a late night, and no U.S. commercials, of course, but if you're a Super Bowl fan, it'll be worth it.

How To Watch Super Bowl 2018 in Australia

In Australia, FoxTel will have the game via its ESPN channel, but if you don't have cable, you can tune in online. Channel 7 is streaming the game via its PLUS7 platform, and you don't need an account to watch. For mobile streaming, the FoxTel Go app along with your subscription will enable you to watch, as will Channel 7's PLUS7 app. Due to time zone differences, the game will actually take place on Monday morning.

How To Watch Super Bowl 2018 in The Rest of Europe

France: W9

Spain: Canal+

Germany: SAT1

Italy: Italia (free coverage) FOX HD (paid subscription)

If you don't see your country listed, check local network providers. Alternatively, look into purchasing an NFL Game Pass which will allow you to watch the game from midnight EST. If all else fails, keep your eye on Twitter for regular updates from NFL, NBC, and other sports TV channels.

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The Super Bowl LII is on Sunday, February 4th from 6:30pm ET on NBC

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