You gotta love when the answer to a burning question is quick and painless.
If you’re here, you’re probably wondering something along the lines of “How can I watch the Super Bowl this weekend if I don’t have cable?” It’s a perfectly reasonable question to ask, as live sports continue to be problematic for cord-cutters. With the game being broadcast on Fox this year, however, the solution couldn’t be simpler.
How to watch Super Bowl LVII without cable
Let’s cut right to the chase. The best way to stream Super Bowl LVII is on the Fox Sports app.
In case you’re not aware, there’s a standalone Fox Sports streaming app that’s available on most major platforms. Normally, you need to punch in a cable login to use it, but for the Super Bowl, you can just watch for free. This was also the case in 2020 when Fox last broadcast the big game.
Here are all the places where you can find and install the Fox Sports app:
Amazon Fire TV
If that doesn’t work for you for whatever reason, our friends at PCMag(Opens in a new tab) also suggested using one of the several internet-based cable alternatives. YouTube TV, Fubo, Sling, and Hulu + Live TV all carry Fox, so you’d be able to watch the game on any of those services, as well. Whether you already subscribe to one or you still have a free trial you haven’t burnt yet, those are all solid options.
But really, the Fox Sports app is going to be the simplest way to see the Chiefs take on the Eagles. Just don’t forget to put in that order of wings before the game.