Football is a habit we’ll never kick, and so we’re stoked that Super Bowl LV is rushing toward us. The big game will take place on Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 EST (3:30 PT) at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, pitting either the Buffalo Bills or Kansas City Chiefs against either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Green Bay Packers. Of course, most of us won’t – or can’t – be at the game in person, so Fatherly has huddled up to give you the score on how best to watch what is perennially the highest-rated event of the year. In other words, we’ve got your (quarter)back.
CBS will air Super Bowl LV, with announcers Jim Nantz and Tony Romo providing the play by play, and The Weekend headlining the halftime extravaganza. The game will also be streamed for free across all CBS Sports Digital platforms, including CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App on your phone and connected TV devices. Additionally, you can stream the game via YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, FuboTV, AT&T TV, Sling TV, and, of course, CBS All Access.
So, have a ball. And, for what it’s worth, our money is on the Kansas City Chief repeating as Super Bowl champs and lofting the Lombardi Trophy yet again!
One note, if you are thinking of getting CBS All Access, and you don’t already have it, two things. First, it’s about to become “Paramount+” in March, which means there will be a TON of library-content from Paramount pictures. (Think: Mission: Impossible movies.) Second, CBS All-Access (Paramount+ in March) ALSO has a lot of essential kids shows like Dora, Peppa Pig, and, yes, the dreaded Paw Patrol.
So, if you end-up signing-up for CBS All Access to watch the Super Bowl, you might also consolidate some of your kids’ streaming options, too.