How to Watch Super Bowl 2021 Without Cable, Live Streaming with Roku, Apple TV, FireTV, Xbox

By  //  February 6, 2021

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The most popular sporting event in the United States is the Super Bowl, the NFL’s summit decisive battle. It will be the 55th time in 2021. This year’s Super Bowl will take place this Sunday from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay. The AFC Champions Kansas City Chiefs will face the NFC Champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tom Brady’s tenth Super Bowl appearance.

If you have recently cut cable and are finding a suitable way to stream the game on various devices, we have you covered below:

Super Bowl LV

Matchups: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Date: Sunday, February 7

Time: 6:00 p.m. ET

How can you watch the Super Bowl?

On CBS. The Super Bowl, which again is at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, will be broadcast on CBS. The cord-cutters out there can also stream it, at 6:30 p.m., on CBS properties such as CBS All-Access. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, known for his on-air predictions, will commentate on the action.

You can stream Super Bowl 2021 on CBS All Access and fuboTV and the many devices that they support include Roku, Apple TV, FireTV, Xbox as well as some Smart televisions.

Devices

You can download fuboTV on the following devices: Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Android mobile devices, Android tablets. You can also watch on your laptop, plus connect the game to your TV via Google Chromecast or Apple Airplay.

Will there be fans at the Super Bowl?

Yes—but fewer than normal. Even in the heart of a deadly global pandemic that has killed more than 400,000 Americans, there have been fans at some football games. There were 1.2 million fans at NFL games this season.

That’s a large number, but still just a fraction of a normal season. Because of Covid-19 restrictions those crowds have been at reduced capacities with health and safety protocols, such as mask-wearing and social distancing, designed to limit the virus’s spread.

The NFL expects to have around 22,000 fans at the Super Bowl. Of those, 7,500 will be vaccinated health care workers the league has invited to the game. Most of those will be from Tampa and the surrounding areas. In normal times, Raymond James Stadium holds more than 65,000 fans. The last Super Bowl there had an official attendance of 70,774.

Who will perform the Super Bowl halftime show?

The Weeknd. The Canadian singer, known for his blend of R&B and pop, will set foot on the world’s biggest stage and perform at the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show. The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, has won three Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards and nine Billboard Music Awards. For a taste, try listening to “Can’t Feel My Face” or “Wicked Games.”