2023 Super Bowl Schedule: Date, Time and Where to Watch it

There is more to the Super Bowl than just a sports event. Some watch for the famous advertisements, while others adore the Puppy Bowl and the celebrity halftime performance.

Given that the NFL increased the number of regular-season games from 16 to 17, the Super Bowl will not be shifting from its mid-February scheduling frame. For the first time ever, the league chose this particular Super Bowl site without going through a bid process. The NFL arbitrarily selects a single hosting location for every game, and the city chosen makes a request to host the game, which is later decided at league conferences. You can learn more at SPORTS NO1.

This year Super Bowl LVII would be held on February 12, 2023, the second Sunday of the month. The event will take place at Glendale, Arizona’s State Farm Stadium at 6:30 pm. The stadium will be hosting its third Super Bowl and first since 2015. The Super Bowl halftime show will include Rihanna as the main artist.

Competing Teams of the Super Bowl

Only two teams will advance to the Super Bowl out of the eight remaining tournament teams. The Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs are still competing in the AFC. The San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and New York Giants are the final NFC champions.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl?

Fox will air a television broadcast of Super Bowl LVII. In the US, the network is accessible on TV through cable and live broadcasting options.

If you reside in a region with strong reception, equip virtually any TV with an inexpensive indoor transmitter and enjoy the Fox broadcast for free. Use the NFL Plus application to stream the game on your smartphone or tablet if you want to do so.

If you have the appropriate equipment, you can watch the Super Bowl in 4K since Fox will air it in that resolution. You’ll however be required to have subscription from a provider that delivers 4K broadcasts or a 4K-capable package on a streaming platform like YouTube TV or FuboTV in order to watch the game at its finest definition.

You can also stream in 4K via the Fox Sports or Fox Now applications if you don’t have the set-up but a cable provider login. If you want to watch the Super Bowl on your FireStick, Amazon has you covered. Almost every streaming platform out there is compatible with all Amazon’s products. Simply go through a tutorial on how to watch Super Bowl on FireStick.

Live Streaming Platforms that Offer Super Bowl 2023

You can use a number of streaming TV providers to enjoy the game if you don’t want an antenna. Fox and other OTA channels are accessible from most significant providers. Provided below are some recommendations:

1.     Fubo TV

As was already stated, Fubo TV has over 130 stations, including a pretty good number of regional sporting networks along with local channels. Besides a few dozen beIN sports and TUDN stations, it also has national sports networks like CBS Sports Network. All English subscriptions include simultaneous streaming on ten screens and 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage.

2.     Hulu

You can stream live sports events that are broadcast on networks like NBC and NBC Universo on Hulu. The channel lineup closely reflects what you would anticipate from a cable service.

Moreover, your membership also includes access to Disney+ and ESPN+.  With Hulu, you receive limitless cloud DVR with 9 months of storage capacity space and two devices can stream content at once.


With over 80 channels, the DIRECTV STREAM Entertainment bundle replaces cable in its entirety. Plus, you have the option of upgrading to the DIRECTV STREAM Choice plan, which gives you access to a wide range of extra national stations and the best assortment of local sports networks in the business.

As long as you register online, DIRECTV STREAM offers limitless cloud DVR storage. It also offers streaming on an infinite number of devices.

4.     Sling TV

Sling certainly offers Fox if you reside in a town center, and even if it doesn’t, Sling Blue offers Fox Sports 1. There is always the option to watch the broadcast.

5.     NFL+

This service, which replaces the NFL Game Pass, provides local and international sports, including the Super Bowl. Keep in mind that you can only access it on your smartphone; a larger screen cannot be cast.


For sports lovers as well as non-sports fans who might only watch for the halftime show or the advertisements, this year’s Super Bowl is among the most eagerly awaited events. You can use an aerial or a streaming platform to enjoy the Super Bowl if you aren’t subscribed to a cable package. If you live outside of the US and are a sports lover, VPNs are the least expensive and most convenient option for watching Super Bowl.

You can always pick one for access, safety, and confidentiality reasons. We hope that today’s post was helpful in informing you about the Super Bowl 2023 and its relevant details.

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