Where to stream Super Bowl LVII (2023): Puppy Bowl and Great American Rescue Bowl

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In the world saturated with streaming services, finding a place to watch live on TV is still surprisingly unclear. This is especially true of the Super Bowl. Luckily, there are a few more ways to watch the game live for free.

This Sunday, February 12, the Kansas City Chiefs will face the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Whether you’re a big football fan or enjoy watching ads and eating snacks, we’ve detailed everything you need to know below. We’ve also included broadcast information for the Puppy Bowl and the Great American Rescue Bowl, two animal-focused serotonin-inducing contractions where everyone wins.

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What time do events start?

Super Bowl LVII (6:30 pm EST): The 2023 Super Bowl kicks off on Sunday, February 12 at 6:30 pm EST. Pre-game coverage begins at noon EST. It airs live on Fox. Chris Stapleton will sing the national anthem and Rihanna will be the star of the halftime show.

Puppy Bowl XIX (2:00 pm ET): The 19th annual Puppy Bowl begins at 2:00 pm EST. It airs on Animal Planet. While Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have hosted the Puppy Bowl in previous years, there’s no confirmation yet on who (if anyone) will be hosting the 2023 event. Puppy Bowl XIX lineup includes more than 120 adopted player puppies split between Team Ruff and Team Fluff. They are all competing for the – get ready – Lombark Trophy. Also, yes, there is a kitten show at halftime (!!).

Great American Rescue Bowl (10:30 AM ET and again at 4:00 PM): Hallmark canceled the Kitten Bowl, so it was absent from last year’s Big Sports Games, but the new cat animal bowl will debut on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 10:30 am EST. The rerun will air at 4:00 pm EST. The Great American Family Channel (home of former Hallmark executives) at the Great American Rescue Bowl will feature many adopted cats And dogs.

How to Stream the Super Bowl Without Cable

Roku 4K Plus Streaming Stick

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This year is harder than years past when it comes to streaming the Super Bowl without cable. However, there are a few cord-cutting workarounds, with free trials available for new users (or new accounts). Just be sure to cancel any free trials to avoid future charges.

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