How to Stream Super Bowl 2020 (and Puppy Bowl, Kitten Bowl)
You hardly belong on the internet if you hate cats, but there’s nothing wrong with being pro-pupper too. The services below offer live TV channels via the internet. Most of them have a website livestream and work on Roku and our other favorite streaming devices.
Services With Kittens and Puppies:Philo’s $20 Live TV service has Animal Planet and the Hallmark Channel, along with dozens of other channels, decent device support, and a free trial. AT&T’s $15 WatchTV service has about 40 other channels and a free seven-day trial, but it doesn’t support Roku.
Services With Puppies and People (but No Kittens): You can watch the Puppy Bowl via YouTube TV, which also has Fox Sports. It typically costs $50 per month, but a one-week trial is free for new customers. Hulu + Live TV has a similar channel list, including Fox Sports, and costs $55 per month. Trials are available with Hulu as well. Remember to cancel your membership before your trial period ends if you are not interested in subsequent charges. We suggest setting a reminder on your phone or calendar.
How to Stream the Super Bowl
If you aren’t feeling cuddly and want to get straight to Chiefs v. 49ers, there are a lot of options for you. Like we said in other sections, the services below offer on-demand programming and live TV channels via the internet. Most of them have a website livestream and work on Roku and other fantastic streaming devices.
Stream It Free on the Fox Sports App
This is the best way to watch the Super Bowl if you aren’t a cable subscriber. You’ll be able to stream the Super Bowl at FoxSports.com, including pregame coverage, the halftime show, and more. You’ll need to create a free profile to watch. The game will also be broadcast on the Fox Sports app for Android and iOS. Additionally, you can watch the game on Apple TV, Roku, and Fire TV devices, among others.
Stream It Free in 4K
This year, for the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be available in 4K UHD. You’ll need a compatible device to view it in ultra-crisp definition, though. Aside from a 4K TV, you will need a 4K-compatible Roku, Amazon Fire device, or Apple TV device.
Stream It on a Live TV Service With a Free Trial
If you want another option, there are a couple of online live TV services that have Fox Sports and a free trial. They’re available on a wide variety of devices, and all of them have at least a free seven-day trial. The only way you’ll run into trouble with these services is if you do not have a local Fox channel or affiliate available in your area. You can see a list of those here. Really, though, if you’re just looking to stream the Super Bowl, we recommend streaming for free via the Fox Sports website rather than signing up for a trial.