How to Watch the Super Bowl (and Everything You Need to Know Before the Big Game)

If you’re wondering how to watch the Super Bowl this year, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a foolproof guide on how to watch the big game (or the halftime show), so you don’t find yourself scrolling through the TV guide only to realize you don’t have Fox in your cable package. (Been there, hate that.)

The Super Bowl LVII will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Keep scrolling for more details on how to stream the 2023 Super Bowl.

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1. How to Watch the Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVII will be exclusively broadcast on Fox and the Fox Sports App. Don’t have cable? You can also sign up for a Fox-approved subscription service, like Hulu + Live TVfuboTVSling TV or YouTube TV.

2. What Time Does the Super Bowl Start?

Super Bowl LVII will take place on Sunday, February 12. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT, so mark your calendars.

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3. Where Is the Super Bowl This Year?

As mentioned above, the Super Bowl will be played at State Farm Stadium, which is home to the Arizona Cardinals.

4. Who Will Perform At Super Bowl 2023?

The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show will feature the one and only Rihanna. The singer recently teased her performance on Twitter by sharing a video of herself posing while voiceovers overlap in the background about her highly anticipated return.

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5. Who Will Sing the Super Bowl 2023 National Anthem?

The NFL hasn’t announced a National Anthem singer (at least not yet). Last year, Mickey Guyton sang the patriotic song at the 2022 Super Bowl. Her performance took place a few minutes before kickoff between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams.

6. Will the Commercials Live Up to Expectations?

Mostly likely, since they’re set to be star-studded. For example, Bryan Cranston is reprising his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad for PopCorners.