How to Stream the 2020 Super Bowl
Updated January 29, 2020
The Kansas City Chiefs have made it to the Super Bowl this year, and what a party that will be on Sunday, February 2, 2020. Lucky for everyone here, Super Bowl LIV at 5:30 p.m. will be live on the local FOX channel with the ability to stream it with the FOX Sports App or on the service, fuboTV:
If you are in need of other ways to stream future NFL games, we have updated our list below:
- Make sure you have a GoBrolly® Internet connection that provides enough “up” and “down” speed for a seamless experience. Here are the different plans with information on the speeds you need: GoBrolly® Internet Plans
- In order to access a “streaming service” like fuboTV, you need a “streaming media player.” Basically, a streaming media player allows the television to stream shows or movies you normally could only access on a computer or mobile device. There are several streaming media players available, such as Amazon Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Google Chromecast. For a comparison of each, check out the following link (updated December 2019): https://techforluddites.com/streaming-media-players-comparison-chart/
- For those who already own an Xbox One, you’re in luck. The Xbox One can function as your streaming media player, with setup instructions outlined here: http://www.howtogeek.com/257046/how-to-watch-tv-through-your-xbox-one-even-without-cable/
- (Playstation is ending it’s streaming service on January 30, 2020)
- Now that your television is set up with access to the Internet, and you have a streaming media player, it’s time to decide on a “streaming service” that’s right for you. The Chiefs can be found on fuboTV this year. For future NFL references, try DirectTV Now, Sling TV and CBS All Access offer different packages that include aspects of the NFL playoff schedule.
Read our comprehensive article that shows step-by-step instructions of how to set up each streaming service.
First published January 15, 2017