Super Bowl 2023. The 2023 Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, 12th February at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona. Here are the details of when and where to watch Super Bowl 2023 Live Streaming on TV and online.
The biggest sporting event in America is set for Sunday, as the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs head to Arizona to square off in Super Bowl 57.
The game will be historic, as it will be the first time two black quarterbacks will go head-to-head, as Patrick Mahomes leads the Chiefs into America’s Game for the third time in four years, while the Philadelphia Eagles are led by their dual-threat gunslinger, Jalen Hurts.
It will also be the first Super Bowl that will have brothers play against one another, as offensive lineman Jason Kelce will be helping protect Hurts on the Eagles, while KC tight end Travis Kelce looks to be a key offensive weapon for Mahomes, once again.
How to Watch Super Bowl 2023 – Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs
Date: Sunday, February 12
Where: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV Network: Fox
How can you watch Super Bowl LVII without cable?
Cable subscribers can watch this year’s Super Bowl on FOX. For those without cable, there are a few live streaming services that allow you to watch the big game live, including Sling TV, Hulu+, and fuboTV. Sling TV is currently the most affordable way to watch the Super Bowl with 50% off your first month’s subscription. With Sling TV plans offering up to four concurrent streams, your family and friends can watch the big game from the comfort of multiple rooms.
Best TV plans for watching the Super Bowl
You don’t need a full-blown cable or satellite subscription to watch Super Bowl LVII. A simple digital antenna can pick up the Big Game if you live near a FOX broadcast network. For just a one-time purchase—usually between $20 and $60—a digital antenna will also score you other primetime NFL games in the build-up to the Super Bowl. Certain antennas like the Mohu Leaf 50 ($47.99 on Amazon‡) are even 4K-capable—something not all TV providers can offer.