Streaming the Super Bowl

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of months, you are at least aware that a big football game is being played this weekend.

Some of us are excited for the game, others for the commercials, and others for the parties involved. Whatever it may be that has you excited, there will be millions of people watching this Sunday.

Some of us do not have traditional cable set ups so we wanted to make sure everyone knows the resources for watching the big game!

CBS will handle the broadcasting of Super Bowl 50, which means it will be available easily, and most importantly free, for most people. They will broadcast the game on free apps for more devices than ever this weekend.

Those of you who have Roku’s set-top boxes, Apple TV, Google’s Chromecast, Microsoft’s Xbox One and Amazon’s Fire box can download the free CBS Sports or National Football League apps and watch the Super Bowl with no login credentials required.

There are many resources on the Element box as well.

HD Antenna

This is the most obvious solution. The game will be broadcast on CBS and the OTA signal is crystal clear. There are still other ways to stream the game without an HD Antenna.

Kodi add-ons

Phoenix – The Woody section of Phoenix is great for live streams and should have some quality streams of the game.

Sports Devil – The biggest sports add-on will have multiple sub sections within the add-on to stream the game. We like and

Pro Sports – A relatively new add-on, this scrapes reddit for live streams of games and has been very reliable.

cCloud – A great live TV add-on that has choices for many different channels.

USTVNOW – This add-on was designed for people living outside the US to stream US channels. It has many of the main networks including CBS.

Speaking of those out of the US, the BBC and Sky Sports will be broadcasting the game in the UK and CTV will have the game in Canada. If you are outside the US and want to stream the game, you may want to use a VPN like IPVanish or Pure VPN.

Those of you with Verizon service for your phones can also access the game on the Element box using the NFL Mobile app from the Google Play Store. You will have to enter your Verizon login information to stream the game from this app.

This game should be a good one! If not, at least the commercials and halftime show should be entertaining. If you know of any other sites or apps to use to stream the Super Bowl, let us know we can add them to this guide.

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