CBS Super Bowl Live Stream Free
We’re just a day away from this year’s Super Bowl, where the New England Patriots are a narrow 2.5-point favorite over the Los Angeles Rams in what promises to be an epic battle between youth and experience.
In impressive fashion once again, Tom Brady led his New England Patriots over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship to earn a spot in Super Bowl LIII, facing off against the Rams, appearing in their first NFL championship since 2002.
What time does Super Bowl 2019 start?
The game will be held on Sunday Feb. 3, with kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET. The Super Bowl, one of the biggest and most important U.S. sporting events of the year, will be broadcast exclusively on CBS. The network’s broadcasters Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be in the booth calling the action.
Whether you’re a Patriots fan or hater, the Super Bowl is must-see television. And you have plenty of ways to kick back and watch the NFL’s biggest game of the year. Here’s a guide for watching the 2019 NFL Super Bowl:
Streaming with CBS.
CBS has exclusive rights to the game’s broadcast feed in the U.S. Additionally, the network will stream the event live on a variety of platforms to make accessing the game even easier.
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If you head over to CBS on game day, you can watch from the browser for free on your computer or mobile device. Yes, you read that correctly: Whether you have a television or not, you can stream the Super Bowl live on CBS
CBS Sports app
CBS also has a handy CBS Sports app, which is available as a free download on everything from your iPhone to your Roku to your Apple TV. If you download that app on Super Bowl Sunday, you can watch the game for free right there.