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Super Bowl opening ceremonies before kick off. Super Bowl opening ceremonies before kick off. By: John Seb Barber

Super Bowl Date & Time (EST)

2/7
6:30PM
Sun
CBS

Super Bowl TV channel plans

NFL CoverageChannelGamesTV PlansLowestHighest
Super Bowl LVCBS150$5.99$183.00

Watch the Super Bowl live on TV or stream online by choosing from the best cable and satellite deals, free over-the-air solutions or no contract, cord-cutter bundles with free trials.

Also discover how to listen to the Super Bowl on the radio, find out who's performing during the Super Bowl Halftime Show, see the full pregame TV and radio coverage schedule, and take a look at all the biggest events happening the week leading up the Super Bowl.

Watch Super Bowl LV on CBS

Super Bowl LV airs live nationwide on CBS. You can watch the Super Bowl over-the-air with a digital antenna hooked up to your television at no cost (if you live close enough to pick up the CBS signal) or watch the big game through your cable or satellite TV provider on your local CBS channel.

BroadcastTV ChannelMain AnnouncersField ReporterRules Analyst
NFL on CBSCBSJim NantzTony RomoTracy WolfsonGene Steratore

You can also subscribe to one of the many cord-cutting internet TV options to watch the Super Bowl on CBS. Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV and FuboTV all have plans that include your local CBS station and offer a free trial. So if you don't already have cable or are looking to make a switch, you can take advantage of their trial period to watch the Super Bowl for free and test drive the service. You can also live stream these cord-cutting TV services to any smart TV, streaming box or gaming console that carries their app.

Stream the Game on CBS Platforms

CBSSports.com streams the Super Bowl online completely for free in up to 1080p HD quality, with no login required. Or if you have a subscription to CBS All Access you can watch Super Bowl LV live and at no additional cost from any mobile device, smart TV or streaming device that carries the CBS All Access app.

Mobile Stream Super Bowl LV for Free

You can live stream Super Bowl LV from either of these two apps completely free, but access to the games only works on mobile phones or tablets; you won't be able to cast the game onto a television.

LinkDevices Supported
NFL mobile appAny Android or iOS phone or tablet
Yahoo! Sports mobile appAny Android or iOS phone or tablet

Listen to Super Bowl LV on the Radio

NFL Radio Guide provides all the services and plans available to live stream play-by-play audio coverage for Super Bowl LV. SiriusXM, TuneIn Premium and NFL Game Pass all offer free trials. Westwood One produces the radio broadcast for Super Bowl LV.

Live Radio BroadcastPlay-by-PlayColor CommentarySideline Reporters
Super Bowl LV on Westwood OneKevin HarlanKurt WarnerJim Gray and Ed Werder

Watch Super Bowl LV Halftime Show 

The Super Bowl LV Halftime Show airs on CBS and will feature Canadian artist The Weeknd. The program is officially sponsored by Pepsi and takes place on the field at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida directly following the end of the 2nd quarter.

Quick Note on Super Bowl Halftimes
Given the popularity of this game and the profile of the performers, Super Bowl halftime shows always run longer than typical NFL halftimes - clocking in anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes in duration - which is about twice as long as a normal NFL game's halftime.

The concert on the field takes up a vast majority of the halftime and runs commercial-free, with the CBS Sports crew coming in at the end after a commercial break for a quick recap and commentary on the first half before the game resumes.

Watch Popular Super Bowl Week Events

Super Bowl festivities officially begin the week leading up to the big game. The NFL kicks things off with the Super Bowl Opening Night press day interviews and then you get a ton of unique coverage and analysis from all the major sports TV networks.

A day or so before the Super Bowl you can also watch the NFL Honors awards show. And on game day be sure and watch all the live pregame TV and radio coverage.

Super Bowl Opening Night press conference
This event, formerly known as media day, airs live on NFL Network on the Monday evening leading up to Super Bowl weekend. The event typically lasts four hours - each team in the Super Bowl will be interviewed for two hours a piece.

Players and coaches step up to the podium and answer all kinds of questions you wouldn't normally see or have access to during the regular season; not all content will necessarily be football related as the press likes to highlight more personal story lines since they have an entire week to fully cover a single game.

The NFL Honors Awards Show
This ceremony airs nationally on CBS the evening just before the day of the Super Bowl. The award show runs two hours and honors the NFL's best players, performances and plays from the current season. 

The NFL also hosts a ton of in-person events during the week at the stadium where the Super Bowl is held that range anywhere from music concerts to pep rallies to unique pregame shows and interactive fan experiences.

Watch Super Bowl LV Pregame Coverage

CBS covers all pregame TV coverage for Super Bowl LV which begins several hours before kickoff. And Westwood One produces their own pregame radio program for the Super Bowl that airs just before their radio play-by-play of the game and broadcasts on hundreds of local affiliate radio stations nationwide. 

Pregame Show ScheduleRun Time (EST)Channel/StationHost(s)
That Other Pregame Show11:30am - 12:00pmCBSAdam Schein
Road to the Super Bowl12:00pm - 1:00pmCBSNA
Tony Goes to the Super Bowl1:00pm - 2:00pmCBSTony Romo
The Super Bowl Today2:00pm - 6:00pmCBS*The NFL Today crew
Super Bowl LV Pregame Show5:30 - 6:30pmWestwood OneJim Gray

*James Brown, Boomer Esiason, Bill Cowher, Phil Simms and Nate Burleson all collectively host 'The NFL Today', which is responsible for covering a vast majority of the Super Bowl pregame, as well as all postgame coverage.

Other Pregame Personalities
Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, Jason La Canfora, Tracy Wolfson, Jim Rome, Gene Steratore and Evan Washburn will also contribute to the pregame show with commentary and analysis throughout the afternoon.