How to watch Super Bowl 2021 online

Jan Youngren
Jan Youngren | Chief Editor
Last updated: June 23, 2021

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Super Bowl 2021, the biggest football event of the year, starts on Sunday, February 7, with the kickoff time set at 6:30 PM (EST). Unfortunately, its stream will be geo-blocked in many countries. However, you can watch Super Bowl 2021 online from anywhere with a VPN.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs
Date:Sunday, February 7, 2021
Kickoff:6:30 PM (EST)
Location:Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Halftime show:
The Weeknd
Watch online:CBS All Access (7-day free trial)
Watch on cable:CBS
Stream outside the USAGet NordVPN


How to watch Super Bowl 2021 live online?

Even though we recommend streaming Super Bowl LV on CBS All Access and use NordVPN in case you’re outside of the US, there are plenty of other ways to watch Super Bowl 2021 live online. Below you will find some options for the UK, Canada, and Australia residents that will also work from anywhere with a VPN.

  1. Get a reliable VPN. We suggest NordVPN (now 72% off)
  2. Launch NordVPN and connect to any US server
  3. Choose a streaming service. Our pick is CBS All Access (free trial)
  4. Live stream Super Bowl 2021
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Stream Super Bowl LV in the UK for free

UK residents can watch Super Bowl 2021 for free on BBC iPlayer. The broadcast starts at 11:30 PM (BST), February 7, and will be ad-free but with CBS play-by-play.

What if you’re outside the UK? Simply install NordVPN and connect to a UK server. This VPN has a 30-day money-back guarantee, which means you won’t have to pay a penny to stream Super Bowl 2001.

Watch Super Bowl 2001 in Canada for free

Canadians will be able to stream Super Bowl for free via DAZN. While it’s a premium service, first-time users are eligible for a 1-month free trial. The kickoff is set for 6:30 PM (EST).

What’s more, DAZN supports a bunch of platforms, including Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and game consoles. You will also be able to watch Super Bowl 2001 on Roku.

For those outside of Canada, you can use NordVPN and avoid Super Bowl stream geo-blocking. The 30-day money-back guarantee will allow you to watch the event for free.

How to stream Super Bowl in Australia for free

While many Australians are waiting for the Six Nations Rugby, there’s plenty of those who want to learn how to stream Super Bowl 2021 as well. The best option is the Kayo Sports service and its 14-day free trial.

The chances are that the free Channel 7 will show Super Bowl as well. After all, it broadcasted Super Bowl 2020.

If you won’t be in Australia for the kickoff (9:30 AM AET), just install NordVPN and connect to any of its Australian servers. This VPN has a 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning you’ll be able to use it for most Six Nations Rugby games as well.

Which streaming services will show Super Bowl 2021?

There are plenty of other streaming services that will show Super Bowl LV, so if you’re a subscriber to any of the following, you have nothing to worry about:

  • FuboTV
  • Sling TV
  • Hulu with Live TV
  • YouTube TV
  • AT&T TV
  • NFL app with Game Pass
  • Fox Sports
  • Yahoo Sports
  • Sky Sports (UK)
  • Now TV (UK)

Most of them also offer free trials but will be available in a limited number of locations. Luckily, you can watch Super Bowl 2021 from anywhere with NordVPN service. It has a 30-day money-back guarantee.

How to watch Super Bowl 2021 on TV

There are two cable channels that you can tune in at 6:30 PM (EST) to watch Super Bowl LV in HD or 4K.

For the English version, choose FOX. A Spanish version is also available on FOX Deportes.

You can learn more about watching Super Bowl on TV by visiting the official NFL website.

How to stream Super Bowl 2021 with a VPN

If Super Bowl 2021 is unavailable in your country, you can still stream it with the help of a VPN. This service hides your IP address and gives access to geo-blocked streaming platforms.

For this year’s Super Bowl, we recommend NordVPN. It’s the fastest VPN available, which means you won’t have trouble streaming in high-quality. What’s more, it’s excellent at avoiding geo-blocks and has a huge list of 5100+ servers in 60+ countries.

Most importantly, NordVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. This means that you don’t have to pay for it to watch Super Bowl 2021 from anywhere. Finally, NordVPN supports many devices, including Amazon Fire TV & Fire Stick and Android TV.

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How to watch Super Bowl on Amazon Prime Video?

Unfortunately, Super Bowl 2021 is unavailable on Amazon Prime Video. However, if you have Amazon Fire TV or Fire Stick, you can stream it on Fox Sports.

How to watch Super Bowl for free?

Use BBC iPlayer to watch Super Bowl for free and with no ads. If you’re not in the UK, you can spoof your location with NordVPN.

Which streaming service has Super Bowl?

FuboTV, Sling TV, and many other streaming services will show Super Bowl LV. You can find the extended list here.

How can I watch Super Bowl without cable?

The easiest way to watch Super Bowl without cable is by getting CBS All Access. It has a 7-day free trial, which means you can stream the event for free. If you’re outside the US, use NordVPN to avoid geo-blocking.

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  1. Steve

    Can you use a VPN to watch BBC one from the US?

    1. avatar
      Jan Youngren Author

      Hey Steve! You sure can. I personally recommend NordVPN for the best speed and video quality.

  2. justinthewizard

    Tried this and it worked like a charm! I wasn’t sure about VPNs at first, wasn’t sure they could really work, but since I was overseas during the Superbowl I decided to try it out. Worked like a charm. Too bad the Patriots won, but nothing’s perfect I guess haha. Thanks guys! Great advice!

  3. KL King

    So many tips and links! As an American, I don’t often think about how people everywhere enjoy our SuperBowl game–even if the rest of the year they prefer soccer or other sports. It’s great to live in an age when technology allows people in different countries to enjoy each others’ sports in real time.

  4. PanthersFan

    My own Carolina Panthers did not make it to the Superbowl, but it is good to know there are so many options for watching all over the world. Maybe next year for me!

  5. Kimberly Schimmel

    Thank you so much for putting all this information, from international times to different ways of watching, in one place. I know I would never have had time to find all this myself–wouldn’t even have known where to start looking! This is a treasure trove of useful info for international sports fans.

  6. Grace

    Honestly, I usually watch the Super Bowl for the halftime show and the commercials and I’m super disappointed this year in the performers. I think they usually try to go for something family-friendly but I don’t think that’s Travis Scott and how he’s going to perform with Maroon 5 I have no idea

    1. Karol Wojcik

      Hey Grace. I’m sorry to hear that, but it’s not the first time Super Bowl has made some odd decisions for the Halftime Show. I guess we’ll have to wait and see if this ends up in some controversy. And who knows, maybe it’ll turn out just OK 🙂

  7. Lauren

    Thanks for all these great options I had no idea that on my Roku I could watch the Super Bowl without even having a cable subscription and you gave me so many other options if that doesn’t work or I want to watch it on another device. This is the best news of the day!

    1. avatar
      Karol Wojcik

      Hi Lauren, glad we could help 🙂

  8. FootballFanatic4Life

    Not everyone has ready access to the Super Bowl but you can be sure there are hundreds of millions (if not billions) of people who will be watching it or wanting to do so. The NFL is so heavy-handed when it comes to access that I’m glad to see options for people who want to watch it, but who might be handcuffed by the No Fun League.

  9. Lance

    Thanks for such a comprehensive guide on where I can stream the Super Bowl! This is a really thorough post. So helpful!

    1. avatar
      Karol Wojcik

      Thanks, Lance! I’m glad you found this Super Bowl article useful. Sometimes it really is confusing which network and which device is the best to watch NFL. Gone are the days when you had one TV and one cable 🙂 But I’m happy they will continue doing play-by-play on the radio.

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