Experience collides with youth in Sunday’s Super Bowl LIII match-up between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams. Will Tom Brady and company add another trophy to their shelf, or will Hollywood finally celebrate a big game win behind coach Sean McVay?
By now you likely already know that the 2019 Super Bowl football game is being broadcast live in the United States on the CBS TV channel. Kick-off is scheduled for 8:30 pm EST with pregame coverage already underway.
CBS and the NFL are making sure there are a variety of ways to watch Super Bowl 53 online without cable for all those cord cutters and millennials out there that don’t have pay TV or a TV at all.
Thousands and thousands of Amazon Prime members can take advantage of a free 7-day trial of CBS All Access. Through this trial you can watch the Super Bowl online via a computer or the Amazon Prime website and decide if you want to keep CBS All Access later.
For those that don’t have Amazon Prime yet then simply sign-up for a 30-day Prime free trial, then take advantage of the 7-day CBS All Access free trial and the Super Bowl live stream is ready to go.
Those opposed to Amazon can opt for a 7-day free trial of CBS All Access directly from CBS.
Cable and satellite subscribers can go to the official CBS Sports website page for the Super Bowl here or mobile app to login with their provider credentials and jump right into the live stream.
Spanish speaking viewers can watch the Super Bowl on TV or live stream in Spanish via the ESPN Deportes channel or mobile app.
Additional foreign language broadcasts can be located through the official NFL website page for the Super Bowl. Simply select your country and whether you’re looking to watch or listen to the big game.