Super Bowl LIV will be played in Miami, Florida, on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
The game, which will be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, will kick off at 6:30 p.m. The Super Bowl's halftime show will be held after the game's first half, and will feature Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. Demi Lovato will sing the National Anthem.
There are roughly 1 billion ways to watch the big game, and everything that goes along with it. Here are your best options:
If you have a cable subscription, the game will be broadcast on your local FOX affiliate. You can find your FOX affiliate by zip code at this link here.
If you'd like to watch the game in 4K HDR, you'll need a 4K HDR-capable television and a cable package that includes 4K HDR-eligible channels.
If you don't have a cable subscription, you can still watch the game. Maybe try...
If you don't have cable but want to watch the game on your television with a connected streaming device - like an Apple TV, or an Amazon Fire TV - you can stream through a number of apps.
Outside of the FOX Sports and FOX Now apps, a free trial of FuboTV gets you no-strings-attached access to the game on Sunday. A full FuboTV subscription brings you channels like FOX, CBS, and NBC throughout the year, so you don't miss a single game, including the Super Bowl.
Other popular apps offering streaming access for the game include the official NFL app, along with Yahoo Sports, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV.
If you can't stream the game to your television, or you'll be on the go Sunday night, you can still watch the game. Try...
Phone or tablet streaming
If you're trying to stream the Super Bowl on your phone or tablet, you'll want to download one of these apps:
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