Super Bowl LVII featured the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 12, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Beyonce headlined the halftime show marking her first live performance in six years and Chris Stapleton performed the national anthem.
Where You can Watch Super Bowl LVII?
Fox which is included in most cable and satellite packages aired and streamed Super Bowl LVII. Fox can also be received via a terrestrial television antenna. For those who have been considering cutting the cord, we have some excellent news.
Fox has removed the game’s price barrier from the Fox Sports App, so now everyone can watch it on their mobile devices for no cost without having to authenticate via their cable provider. In order to view the game, you need only install the appropriate app.
If you’re interested in reading about other Super Bowl events and other information related to it, you can find the specifics in our previous posts:
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Is Super Bowl LVII Available to Stream on Other Platforms?
There’s absolutely no need to worry. Without a cable subscription, viewers can still catch their favorite Fox shows on services like:
- For $70 a month, you can watch Fubo TV. There is a free trial available for 7 days.
- DirecTV Stream (monthly pricing starts at $75) 5-day free trial period.
- Enjoy a free week of Sling TV (Sling Blue plans start at $40/month) today.
If you’re interested in reading more about the Super Bowl and other football quarterbacks, you can find detailed information in our previous posts which we have given below:
Who Won the Super Bowl LVII?
On Sunday in Glendale, Arizona, the Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 behind the play of star quarterback Patrick Mahomes. With only eight seconds remaining, Harrison Butker kicked a field goal from 27 yards out and The Chiefs effectively stole the victory.
Mahomes was the game’s Most Valuable Player after throwing for 182 yards and three touchdowns. On Thursday, he was also honored as the league’s most valuable player and after that Jason Kelse was consoled by his mother after the Eagles’ Loss, you can watch this in the Tweet that we have provided below:
Jason Kelce was consoled by his mom after the Eagles loss in Super Bowl LVII ❤️😪pic.twitter.com/QxVCguqk9J
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) February 13, 2023
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