The Super Bowl airs this weekend on FOX. Sunday is game day and at 6:30 pm ET the game will begin. While some people will be watching for the Half-Time show and others will be in it solely for the commercials, football fans will have their eyes on the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. If you use streaming services to watch live TV, you might be concerned about how you’re going to watch the Super Bowl on Roku or other devices. You’ll find all the details you need, right here!
The good news is that you’ll be able to watch Super Bowl LIV online with most of the streaming devices commonly used. Whether you prefer mobile streaming, or you like streaming boxes, they are all compatible with streaming services, so you can watch the game in the method you prefer. For a more specific look at which services work with which devices, keep reading!
How to Stream Super Bowl LIV with Streaming Devices
In order to watch the Super Bowl live stream, you’ll need a service that allows you to watch FOX online. While there is no shortage of options where streaming services are concerned, it’s important to remember that FOX is a local, over-the-air channel. This means that it’s not available nationwide on streaming services. Luckily, there are several services including fuboTV, Hulu Live, and others that offer access to most homes across the country. Still, if you live in a particularly rural area, you might want to check the available channels before you decide to sign up for any service.
If you know what streaming device you prefer to use to watch the Super Bowl online, streaming will be easy. All of the common, popular streaming options are listed here in the sections below. Just find the appropriate section for the device you want to use, and you’ll be able to learn more about your options.
Once you’ve signed up for a service watching the Super Bowl live stream will be a breeze. You’ll just turn on your device, turn on the streaming service app, and point your channel guide to FOX. Make sure to tune in at 6:30 pm ET, so you don’t miss a minute of the action!
Hot to Watch the Super Bowl on Roku Devices
One of the benefits to using Roku is it was one of the first streaming devices to hit the market. There are several models and all of them have access to hundreds of apps whether you want a multi-channel streaming service, a niche service, or a third-party app that offers movies, cartoons, or something more. When it comes to standard streaming on FOX, you have two options. You can use a streaming service that offers FOX or you can use a service that gives you access to TV Everywhere apps, so you can watch on the Roku FOX NOW app. Either option would give you live stream access to the Super Bowl.
Services that are compatible with Roku include:
fuboTV (free 7-day trial): fuboTV offers FOX in most areas. You can choose between watching the Super Bowl live stream through fuboTV or FOX NOW. Either way, you can use fuboTV (review) to watch the Super Bowl on Roku. The free trial will allow you to watch the Super Bowl for free. After the trial, you’ll pay $55 per month after the first month, which is $45.
Hulu with Live TV (free 7-day trial): Hulu Live works with most devices including Roku. Like fuboTV, you can use the Hulu Live app on Roku, or you can watch through FOX NOW, also on Roku. Hulu Live offers 60+ channels for $55 per month, after your free trial. This package also includes Hulu on-demand. You can read our Hulu Live review, here.
Sling TV (free 1-week trial): Sling TV (review) is the cheapest way to stream the Super Bowl for current customers. You’ll need the Sling Blue package, which is available for $30 per month. Of course, new customers will be able to watch the Super Bowl online free, thanks to the free trial. The only downside here is that Sling TV only offers FOX in a handful of cities. Luckily, you can use the FOX NOW app to watch the Super Bowl on Roku.
Vidgo (free 7-day trial): Vidgo is the only service on this list that only offers live TV. You won’t get access to a cloud-DVR or on-demand library. You also won’t be able to use TV Everywhere apps. With that in mind, if you just want the Super Bowl live stream, this could work for you. Our Vidgo review can tell you more.
YouTube TV (free 7-day trial): YouTube TV is a great choice for streaming anything on local channels, because they offer local channels to most homes across the country. The package includes 70+ channels. You can opt to watch the Super Bowl online through FOX NOW or YouTube TV (review), either option will work find.
Use Apple Devices for Super Bowl Streaming
If you want to watch the Super Bowl on Apple Devices you’ve got a couple of options. You can stream on the mobile iOS app on your phone or iPad. There’s also the Apple TV. Generally, streaming services that offer one iOS option, offer both. You can use the following services for Apple streaming:
fuboTV (free 7-day trial): fuboTV allows you to stream the Super Bowl on Apple TV and mobile devices. You’ll have over 100 channels in your package. There are no contracts to sign, so you can cancel whenever you want, even during the free trial. Check out our fuboTV review for more details.
Hulu with Live TV (free 7-day trial): Hulu Live features local channels in more areas than any other service, making it a great choice if you want to stream the Super Bowl. Hulu Live works with all of the standard Apple devices, so whatever you want to use, you’ll be covered! Our Hulu Live review has more details.
Sling TV (free 1-week trial): Sling TV (review) will allow you to stream the Super Bowl on Apple devices of all kinds! The main benefit to Sling TV is the great price. Of course, if you’re new to the service, you can watch the Super Bowl online free. Remember that most people will need to watch the FOX NOW app to watch the game, as actual FOX live stream access is limited on Sling TV.
YouTube TV (free 7-day trial): YouTube TV features in FOX in most homes, making it an easy way to watch the Super Bowl online. You can stream more than 70 channels, live or on-demand. You can even save the Super Bowl to your cloud-DVR and watch it when it’s convenient to you! YouTube TV (review) is available for $50 per month with no contracts.
Get the Super Bowl Live Stream on Amazon Fire TV
Amazon Fire TV is a popular streaming option, especially for Amazon Prime users. While Fire TV is setup for Prime streaming, they also offer different streaming options including ones that will allow you to watch the Super Bowl online. Your service options to watch the Super Bowl on Fire Stick and Fire TV include:
fuboTV (free 7-day trial): fuboTV works on Amazon Fire TV and most other devices. You’ll be able to stream over 100 channels in most areas or you can add more. You can cancel anytime, so if you sign up for the trial to watch the Super Bowl online for free, you can cancel after and not have to pay a dime. If you decide to keep fuboTV (review) you’ll pay $45 for the first month and $55 per month after that.
Hulu with Live TV (free 7-day trial): Hulu Live includes over 60 channels and that includes local channels in most cities. Most areas will have FOX, so you’ll be able to watch the Super Bowl online. Most devices are compatible, including Amazon Fire TV. The main package includes Hulu on-demand. Plans are $55 per month, after the trial ends. You can find out more in our Hulu Live review.
Sling TV (free 1-week trial): Sling TV (review) gives you a cheap, easy way to stream live TV on most devices. This includes FOX. Keep in mind, that this package only offers limited access, though you should be able to stream the game on FOX NOW using your Sling TV credentials. Sling TV is $30 per month, though you aren’t charged until your trial period is over.
Vidgo (free 7-day trial): Vidgo only works on a handful of devices currently, but Amazon Fire TV is one of them. This service is perfect if you only want live TV, because that’s all they currently offer. Your package will include 60 channels for $40 per month. Our Vidgo review can provide more information.
YouTube TV (free 7-day trial): YouTube TV (review) wasn’t available on Amazon Fire TV for a long time, but in recent months an app was developed and it’s working great. This means you’ll have everything you need to watch the Super Bowl live stream on Amazon Fire TV. You can even save the game on your YouTube TV cloud-DVR and watch it whenever you have time.
Mobile Options for Super Bowl Streaming
Most streaming services are compatible with mobile devices. Mobile streaming is actually the biggest draw for a lot of people. If you’re a fan of using your phone or tablet, you can find a way to stream the Super Bowl on both iOS and Android apps.
Any of the services you’ve learned about here are compatible with mobile streaming. You can use any of the following:
- fuboTV: Learn more in our fuboTV review
- Hulu Live: Our Hulu with Live TV review can tell you more
- Sling TV: Find out more with our Sling TV review
- Vidgo: Check out our Vidgo review for more details
- YouTube TV: Learn more with the details in our YouTube TV review
Can I Stream the Super Bowl in Other Ways?
Most of the services listed will also allow you to watch the Super Bowl online on other devices. All of the services you’ve learned about work through browsers on your computer and/or laptop. Many services are also compatible with most smart TVs. Even Xbox One and PS4 allow you to stream some of these services. You can find the complete list of options through all of our service reviews or during sign up.
As you can see, no matter which device you prefer to use, you will have a way to watch the Super Bowl online. Each device works with a variety of streaming services. This gives you more ways to watch the shows you want in the method you prefer to watch them. Even if you’re new to a specific service, you can be signed up and set to start streaming in minutes!
No matter which device you choose, hopefully you have an exciting Super Bowl experience!
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