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How to Watch/Live Stream Super Bowl 2019 Online?

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2.77K   //    29 Jan 2019, 22:45 IST

Who are you rooting for? Patriots or the Rams? [Image: ESPN]
Who are you rooting for? Patriots or the Rams? [Image: ESPN]

One of the most important games in all of sports for the 2019 calendar year takes place this Sunday, 3rd February as the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII. If you're excited about this mega event that will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, you're not the only one.

Many eyebrows were raised when the Patriots did something they're not known for to close the regular season of the NFL - lose two consecutive games. However, Bill Belichick's side came roaring back in the playoffs with a comprehensive 41-28 win against the Los Angeles Chargers in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.

An overtime win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game sees Tom Brady and Co. one step away from their 6th NFL Championship.

The Rams started the regular season with eight consecutive wins before falling on the road to New Orleans Saints. Jared Goff and Co. seemed to have slowed down when they suffered back to back defeats to the Chicago Bears and the Philadelphia Eagles in December.

However, Sean Mcvay's side found form for the remaining two games of the season and continued their reestablished rhythm to reach their first Super Bowl in 17 years.

With both teams at the top of their game, here's how you can catch this mouthwatering clash live:

What Channel is the Super Bowl on?

Super Bowl 2019 is all set to kickoff at 6:30 PM ET (3:30 PM PT) this Sunday. The game will be broadcast nationwide on CBS. However, if you're a cord cutter or prefer streaming the game on your favorite devices, the available choices for live streaming are given below.

Super Bowl Live Stream Details:

Audiences in the US are in luck for the game will be streamed live for free on the CBS Sports TV app. You don't need to login to an account either for availing this. You can use the mobile app to stream the game on your phone or visit the CBS Sports website to catch the game on your desktop or laptop.

Besides CBS, another platform where individuals can stream the game live is on Hulu. While the service does cost money, Hulu does offer a 7-day trial which can be availed to catch the game live.

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Finally, the game can also be watched through the NFL Game Pass. A purchase of the 'Super Bowl LIII' package will give users access to all the pre-game build-up, the game itself, and all the games of the 2018 season for 14 days from the date of purchase. However, the pass is priced at $19.99 which makes this a rather expensive option.

Also Read: Super Bowl 2019 - Predictions & Who Will Win


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