How To Stream The Big Game
February 13, 2023
One of the biggest sporting events in the United States is airing on Sunday, February 12. In addition to the most important football game of the year you can expect a lineup of entertaining commercials, a national anthem performance by Mickey Guyton, and a halftime show by Rihanna.
How do you plan to watch the big game?
If you don't have a game plan yet, check out our guide on streaming the most important football game of the year—that way, you don't end up on the sidelines while everyone else tunes in. Here's what you need to know.
What channel is the big game on?
You can expect to find this football season's championship game on FOX.
How can I watch the big game without cable?
We're glad you asked! You can either tune in with an antenna, or your can stream it. Here are some live TV streaming services that carry FOX and will air the big game:
$40 per month—50% discount available for your first month
Sling TV's Blue and Orange & Blue plans have FOX. If you're looking for a more affordable streaming service with the big game and an offering of over 40 channels, check out Sling TV. Their Blue plan is $40 per month, with a 50% discount currently available.
That means you can get the big game plus 41 sports, entertainment, and news channels for $20 this month. Their Orange & Blue plan is $55 for 47 channels, with the same half-off offer ($27.50) available to first-time users.
If you end up not liking Sling TV, no problem—you can cancel anytime.
Hulu + Live TV
$69.99 per month
Hulu + Live TV offers more than 85 live and on-demand channels and access to Disney+ (on some devices) and ESPN+. On a Hulu + Live TV plan, you'll have a lot to look forward to watching after watching the game.
$74.99 per month—free trial available
If you're a sports fan, fuboTV is an excellent option for streaming sports beyond just the big game. Stream all your favorite sports plus a lot more across its 300-channel offering.
If you're unsure about using fuboTV, use their seven-day free trial. Watch the big game and all the sports you want. If you're still not sold at the end of your free week, cancel anytime.
$69.99 per month—free trial and discounts available
YouTube TV includes 115 channels and thousands of on-demand titles. After the big game, you can continue watching all the entertainment, news, sports, and family content you want.
If you're not yet sold on YouTube TV after the game, use their five-day free trial. Enjoy the game and five days of TV before canceling.
If you keep this service, you'll also get a $10 discount for your first three months.
$75.99 per month—free trial available
DIRECTV STREAM offers an impressive selection of live TV channels, from news to sports, entertainment, family, and more.
After the big game, you can continue watching a broad content offering and get unlimited Cloud DVR recordings.
If you're unsure about keeping this service after the game, try their five-day free trial. Enjoy the big game and up to five free days of TV before canceling.
When and where is the big game?
The big game will air on Sunday, February 12, 2023, at 5:30 PM CST. It will take place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Who's playing in the big game?
Philadelphia and Kansas City are playing in the big game this year. So pick a streaming service, tune in, and find out who'll win!
Who are you rooting for to win the big game? Tuning and cheering them on will be easier than ever for you now.
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