Super Bowl Live. The Super Bowl will be available to be streamed live on the FOX Sports website and the FOX Sports App.
On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet in the desert for the biggest sporting event of the year, Super Bowl 57. On a bad ankle, Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs to a last-second win over the Bengals to reach the Super Bowl for the third time in the last four years. Nursing an injured shoulder, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles had an easier time with the 49ers to advance. Now, both quarterbacks have had some time to heal up before the big game.
When and where is Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl LVII will take place on Sunday, 12 February.
The kick-off time is 4:30pm local time (MST) and 11:30pm (GMT) in the UK, with the game concluding in the early hours of Monday, 13 February in the UK.
The game will be played in Glendale, Arizona at the Cardinals’ 63,000-capacity State Farm Stadium.
Who is playing in Super Bowl 2023?
The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet in Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs got revenge on the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game after falling to their opponents at the same stage last year, while the Eagles produced a commanding showing to beat the stricken San Francisco 49ers to win the NFC.
How can I watch and stream Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl will air live in the UK on ITV 1 and Sky Sports.
You can live stream the game via ITVX, or alternatively subscribe to NOW TV or NFL Game Pass.
The game will be live on Fox in the United States or streamed live on Fox’s official website, provided you have your TV login information to hand.
Other streaming outlets, which include Fox as part of their package, include: Hulu + Live TV ($70 per month), YouTube TV ($55 per month), fubo TV ($75 per month after a 7-day free trial) and Sling ($20 for your first month).