On Super Sunday, the NFL postseason will reach its conclusion when the Kansas City Chiefs (14-3) take on the Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) in Super Bowl LVII. State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona will be home to all of the action on the gridiron between the AFC and NFC champions.
For the third time since 2019, head coach Andy Reid has led the Chiefs to the Big Game with All-Pro QB Patrick Mahomes. On Sunday, Reid will be facing an Eagles team, which he coached from 1999-2012, in one of the biggest games of his legendary career.
In 2017, the Eagles won their first and only Super Bowl in an upset against the New England Patriots. The Eagles are led by second-year head coach Nick Sirianni and third-year QB Jalen Hurts, with one of the best league’s best defenses in what should be an all-time matchup.
Sunday’s game will be one of the most watched events of the year, and cord cutters can find out how to watch Super Bowl LVII below.
When to Watch Super Bowl LVII
Kickoff for Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET, live from State Farm Stadium, in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, February 12, 2022, on Fox.
How to Watch Super Bowl LVII
Fans can catch every minute of the live action on Super Sunday without spending a fortune.
Most of the major subscription live TV streaming services carry Super Bowl LVII, so fans can watch the game on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, or any compatible devices by subscribing to any one of these live TV streaming services. It will also be streamed on the Fox app.
fuboTV has Fox covered with the fuboTV Family plan for $74.99/month.
Hulu with Live also carries Fox for $69.99/month.
Vidgo also carries Fox for $65/month
DIRECTV STREAM includes FOX in its Entertainment package for $75/month.
YouTube TV includes FOX with a $65/month subscription.