Super Bowl 2019: How to live-stream Super Bowl 53 online
In any case, the 2019 Super Bowl figures to be an enthralling contest between two potent teams that each average more than 28 points per game.MORE SUPER BOWL:SN staff picks | How the Rams can winHere’s everything to know about how to watch Super Bowl 53 without cable, including live-streaming information for Canadian viewers.How to live stream Super Bowl 53The main way to watch the Super Bowl online is via CBS All-Access and the CBS Sports app.If you’re trying to watch the Super Bowl in Canada, sign up for DAZN here. The live-sports streaming service offers a 30-day free trial and also includes European soccer, boxing, mixed-martial arts and more.What TV channel is the Super Bowl on in 2019?Super Bowl 53 will be broadcast nationally on CBS. It is the 20th time the network has Super Bowl rights, with the first broadcast coming in 1967 and most recent being in 2016.The announcing duo of Jim Nantz and Romo will be on the call for Super Bowl 53. It will be Nantz’s fifth Super Bowl and Romo’s first. Find out more about the broadcast here.MORE SUPER BOWL 2019:National anthem performer | Halftime show info What time does Super Bowl 2019 start?Kickoff for the Patriots and Rams in Super Bowl 53 is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 3, following the national anthem performance and other pregame festivities.Expect the 2019 halftime show, headlined by Maroon 5, to begin sometime around 8:30-9 p.m., depending on pace of play.Where is Super Bowl 53 being played?This year’s Super Bowl will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for the first time. The venue, home of the Falcons, opened in 2017 and cost an estimated $1.6 billion to build. It will be the third time the game has been held in the city, with the most recent being 2000. Ironically, it was the site of the Rams’ first and only Super Bowl win. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can hoist his sixth Super Bowl trophy by beating the Rams in Super Bowl 53. No other quarterback has won more than four championships, and another title for Brady would give him more rings than any player in NFL history.But it may prove difficult for the Patriots to slow the high-flying Rams, who have been rejuvenated under head coach Sean McVay. Los Angeles quarterback Jared Goff threw for 4,688 yards in the regular season and led an overtime win over the Saints in the NFC championship game.