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How to Watch The 2021 Super Bowl Without Cable

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It’s almost February, which means the biggest spectacle in football is just around the corner. Played during a pandemic, however, Super Bowl LV will be a lot different than the 54 Super Bowl games that came before it. The good news is, you don’t need a cable subscription to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs on February 7.

If you do have cable, the Super Bowl is broadcast on CBS this year, kicking off at 6:3o pm ET on Sunday, February 7 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. For those of us who cut the cord long ago and prefer to stream live events, here’s how you can watch Super Bowl 2021 and all the associated formalities, such as Media Day.

Stream via CBS for free

The CBS family of apps has rights to the Super Bowl this year, but luckily you can stream the game for free with the regular CBS app on your connected device. CBS All-Access will also be showing the game, but requires a subscription. If you’re looking to watch the game in Spanish, ESPN Deportes will be broadcasting it on TV, as well as on its app for free. There’s also the possibility of watching the game on Hulu Live or FuboTV—both of which offer free seven-day trials but cost a monthly fee after that.

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