How to Watch the Super Bowl Online

How to Watch the Super Bowl Online

On Sunday, February 11th, the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers are set to compete in Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. With last year’s Super Bowl ranking as the third most-watched television program in history and the NFL experiencing record-high viewership this season, the anticipation for this year’s event is palpable, especially with contributions from figures like Taylor Swift.

Although tickets for Super Bowl LVIII are still available for purchase online, they come with steep price tags, leading many fans to opt for the at-home viewing experience. The game is scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on CBS, with live streaming options available through Paramount+.

For those seeking alternative streaming methods, platforms like DirecTV and Sling TV offer live TV streaming services, some of which come with free trial periods.

The Chiefs’ journey to Super Bowl LVIII garnered additional attention in popular culture following revelations last fall about the relationship between the team’s veteran tight end, Travis Kelce, and global sensation Taylor Swift. Swift’s visible presence at Chiefs games throughout the season has stirred considerable excitement within the league, likely contributing to increased viewership for the Super Bowl, provided she can return from Japan in time to attend the event.

This marks the Chiefs’ fourth appearance in the Super Bowl since their victory over the 49ers in 2020 with a score of 31-20.

Super Bowl LVIII’s halftime entertainment is highly anticipated, featuring a performance by Usher ahead of the release of his ninth studio album, “Coming Home.” Prior to that, Post Malone, Reba McEntire, and Andra Day will take the stage for a pre-game show.

Fans can catch the action live on Paramount+ come February 11th.