How to Watch Super Bowl 2020 This Sunday (for Free) on All Your Devices

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Luckily, you’ll have a number of different options to stream the game, which will kick off at 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 2 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

This year, Fox is streaming the Super Bowl for free. So if you have access to a cable package with at least your local Fox affiliate, you’ll be able to watch the game on that channel. But, as we mentioned, people without cable have options too.

How to Stream Super Bowl 54

You’ll be able to stream Super Bowl LIV on the Fox Sports app, which is available on the following platforms.

  1. iOS
  2. Android
  3. Apple TV
  4. Fire TV
  5. Roku
  6. Xbox
  7. Android TV

Note that you’ll need to head over to the Fox Sports website and create a profile to get access to the game. But, as an added bonus, you’ll be able to stream it in 4K Ultra HD if you have the necessary hardware and internet speeds. (4K appears to be limited to select Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku hardware).

No set-top box or game console? You can also stream the game on Mac or Windows PC using a web browser at the Fox Sports website. You may be able to cast the stream to a non-supported television, but be sure to try it out before game day.

The Yahoo Sports and NFL app will also stream the game for free. But, unfortunately, you won’t be able to cast these streams to a larger display or TV.

You can also stream the game for free if you have a subscription service that includes live TV, such as:

  1. Hulu Live TV
  2. AT&T Now
  3. YouTube TV
  4. FuboTV
  5. Sling TV

These options will cost you, but many offer free trials.

It’s also worth noting that Fox is only streaming the Super Bowl in the U.S. If you live in another country or a region that isn’t streaming the game locally, you may want to look into a VPN service to get around geo-restrictions.

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