How to stream Super Bowl LVI in 2022

As of this past Sunday, the stage is set and we now know who is going to be playing in this year’s Super Bowl.

This year, the game is set to be played by the Cincinnati Bengals against the Los Angeles Rams. The game will take place at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 13.

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What makes this game unique is not only will it be a Super Bowl without Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes, but for the second year in a row, one of the teams playing in the Super Bowl will be playing the game in their home stadium.

Last year, the Tampa Bay Buccanneers played the game in their home stadium and ended up winning the game against the Kansas City Chiefs, with the final score being 31-9.

The game will be played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, which is the home to the Los Angeles Rams during the regular season. The team shares the stadium with the Los Angeles Chargers too.

With all of that said, streaming has taken the world by storm and the Super Bowl is arguably the biggest sports night in the U.S., if not for the game, for the iconic commercials, which Apple is very much well-known for.

NBC is broadcasting the game this year, which means that those that have live TV streaming services like Sling TV (in select TV markets), YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV and DirecTV Stream will be go-to services to stream the game live.

Peacock will be a cheaper alternative for a lot of users, which will be streaming the game live. However, consumers will have to subscribe to Peacock Premium to stream the game live, which starts at just $4.99 a month. Peacock at this time does not offer free trials of its service.

Other alternatives include the NBC Sports app and website that are said also be streaming the big game, but the user will have to sign in with their TV provider credentials in order to stream the game there.

Viewers will be able to stream the game on the Yahoo Sports app for free, but the catch with that is users will only be able to view on a device like an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, and cannot be AirPlayed to an Apple TV due to Yahoo’s streaming contract with the NFL.

The NFL app is another option to stream the Super Bowl live too.

All of the streaming services mentioned above can be streamed on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

Are you excited for the Super Bowl this year? How do you plan on streaming it? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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