The New England Patriots will face off against Los Angeles Rams at the Super Bowl tonight, so we've put together a guide to how (and when) you can stream the game online. This year the Super Bowl is taking place on Sunday, February 3, and kickoff is at 6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT. It's hard to say exactly when the game will end, but the Super Bowl typically lasts for around four hours.
For movie fans there's more to the Super Bowl than just football, as the highly coveted commercial spots are usually used to debut promos for major upcoming films. Other advertisers go all-out with specially-made Super Bowl commercials, which can often be as entertaining as the game itself.
This will be the first Super Bowl hosted at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, which opened in 2017. This year, the game is being broadcast by CBS. Here's how you can watch the 2019 Super Bowl online, on mobile devices, and on TV.
How To Stream The Super Bowl Online For Free
There are two ways to stream the Super Bowl from your computer: CBS All Access, and the CBS Sports website. You'll need a paid subscription to use CBS All Access, which also offers a library of CBS shows and exclusive programming like Star Trek Discovery and the upcoming reboot of The Twilight Zone. You can sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access here, and a subscription costs $5.99 a month (or $9.99 a month for the commercial-free version).
If you'd rather not sign up for anything, however, you can watch the Super Bowl LIII for free online simply by going to the CBS Sports website. There's even a countdown to the start of the stream, to ensure that you don't miss it.
Other Ways To Watch The Super Bowl
If you prefer traditional TV, the Super Bowl will be airing live on CBS, with pregame coverage airing from 11:30am ET. As mentioned previously, the kickoff is at 6:30pm ET, but you can watch the team introductions and the singing of the national anthem and "America the Beautiful" from 6pm ET. The halftime show will be headlined by Maroon 5, together with rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi.
You can also stream the Super Bowl via the CBS Sports app, which is available on phones, tablets, and TV devices like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast.