The Super Bowl 2018 countdown has begun and we are only 100 days away. Watch Super Bowl live as it is a treat to the eyes. The craze gets higher every year and 2018 is no exception. The winning amount and the pride of the champion add to the excitement.
The 52nd Super Bowl is all set to begin from 4th February and Minneapolis have geared up to host the mega event after 26 years. Preparations are at its peak so pull up your socks for the upcoming and the biggest mega event in the US sports calendar.
Here is a quick how-to guide helping you watch super bowl live stream.
How to Watch Super Bowl Live 2018 Online
Good News! If you live in the US, nothing can stop you as Verizon has planned to stream the game live via Yahoo Sports. Smartphone users regardless of their network can enjoy Super Bowl for free after downloading Yahoo Sports app on their Android and iOS devices.
This clearly means you won’t be able to watch it on your desktop, tablet, connected TV as it has been disabled. NFL hasn’t clarified if it has planned to live stream 2018 Super Bowl on Facebook or YouTube.
NBC plans to broadcast Super Bowl Live Stream on its official website without any cost. A few US-based streaming services offer trails and one of them is YoutubeTV. The 30-day trial allows you to record to the cloud up to 6 accounts every house.
If you own a cable connection, watch it for free by switching onto these channels:
- Fox Sports Go (U.S)
- BBC iPlayer (UK)
- Channel 7 (Australia)
- CTV (Canada) US TV streaming services
Watch Super Bowl 2018 from across the globe
If you don’t reside in UK or US, follow these steps to make sure you don’t miss the excitement.
- Empty the cache and cookies before you begin.
- Download and install VPN
- Connect to a server in the UK with the help of VPM and sign up for BBC iPlayer. Use a random postcode and have a look through your email while your VPN is still active.
- You can now easily stream Super Bowl on BBC iPlayer with the help of a browser. Before downloading and launching the iPlayer, install and run VPN service at the drop of a hat.
Accidentally missed the game and want to watch it later? Fret not; BBC iPlayer is there to cover you as it records the Super Bowl game so you can enjoy it later with subtitles.