CBS will broadcast Super Bowl LIII from Atlanta, Ga., but for fans without cable, here's how you can live stream the game.
Super Bowl LIII will take place on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. The Patriots, who clinced the AFC with an overtime win over Kansas City, and the Rams, who won the NFC in their own overtime win over the Saints, will kickoff from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga., at 6:30 p.m. ET.
You can watch the game live on Fubo TV (see a preview above) by signing up now for a free seven-day trial.
While the game will be broadcast on CBS, fans without a cable or satellite subscription can stream the Super Bowl Sunday showdown for free on your phone, tablet, laptop or browser on CBSSports.com, with the CBS Sports app, or through CBS All Access—the network's online streaming service.
A free one-week trial is available for viewer's interested in All Access for the game, which typically costs $6 per month.
The Yahoo Sports app will also live stream the Super Bowl.
For fans located in the UK, streams will be available from both the BBC and Sky Sports. It will be aired on CTV in Canada, and available through the CTV Go app. The NFL will also host radio streams in various foreign languages.