Super Bowl 2018 live stream: Watch Eagles vs. Patriots on Apple TV and other devices Super Bowl LII is right around the corner, and you can watch all the festivities and every minute of action, even if you’re a cord-cutter who doesn’t have a TV package from a network provider.
From the Eagles trying to win their first Super Bowl, to Tom Brady seeking his fourth Super Bowl MVP, to Justin Timberlake’s halftime show and Pink’s national anthem, there are plenty of reasons to tune in. You can find everything you need to know in our casual fan cheat sheet.
Now that you’re all caught up, here’s all the info you need to watch the game, whether on network TV or on a connected device like Apple TV or Roku.
So which side of the Super Bowl line do you need to be all over? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Patriots-Eagles you need to jump on, plus what X-factor determines the outcome, all from a Vegas legend who’s 9-3 on Eagles’ games.
How to Watch Super Bowl LII
What: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots
When: Sunday Feb. 4, 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Announcers: Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst), Michele Tafoya (sideline reporter)
National anthem: Pink
Halftime show: Justin Timberlake
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
There are a number of ways to watch through different platforms and devices with the NBC Sports app. Viewers can use:
Or watch through connected devices, including:
NFL Game Pass (available to watch online after midnight)
The Patriots are 4.5-point favorites, according to SportsLine. Four of our seven experts are picking New England to win, but only two are picking them to cover the spread. The over/under point total for the game is 48 points.
The Patriots are technically the home team for the game and have chosen to wear their white uniforms, which means the Eagles will wear green. New England is 3-0 in Super Bowls during the Bill Belichick Era when wearing white. Philadelphia is 10-1 in green uniforms this season (the lone loss was their meaningless regular season finale against the Cowboys). Twelve of the last 13 Super Bowl champions, meanwhile, have been wearing white during the game.
If you’re heading to Minneapolis for the game and are wondering what kind of stuff would be fun to do there, we’ve got you covered right here.