Super Bowl LVII is just an hour or so away. Don't know how you're watching the game yet? Don't worry, we're here for you. We've got the info you need to watch the Super Bowl in real time, from TV channels to streaming services to live streams, and with or without cable. Tonight at 6:30pm ET, the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles will face off at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. You'll be able to watch or stream the big game via any of the channels below — and follow our live blog further down on the page, for the latest from our reporters who are live at the game.
If you don't have cable, that's ok. Cord-cutting service FuboTV is an excellent way to watch Super Bowl 2023 in 4K HDR. We have full details below including the Fubo TV 7-day free trial which will allow new customers to watch the Chiefs vs Eagles live stream in 4K for free. YouTube TV will also show the Fox 4K broadcast online, and Fox Sports cable subscribers will be able to watch at top resolution through 4K-enabled Fox Sports apps as well. Just make sure that whatever device you are using to stream is equipped for 4K HDR, and you're good to go.
Sadly, there are no 4K options in the UK or elsewhere, but FuboTV and YouTube TV subscribers can watch the Super Bowl in 4K from abroad by using a VPN(opens in new tab). Of course, if you're not too bothered about watching Chiefs vs Eagles in tip-top quality, then don't miss our section on Super Bowl 2023 free live streams too.
If you want to watch live from elsewhere in the world, kickoff time will vary. The Super Bowl start time is 1:30 p.m. in the UK, 9:30 a.m. in the United Arab Emirates and 2:30 a.m. Monday in Sydney. Click here to see what time kickoff is in your time zone.