When does the Super Bowl 2022 start? You can watch the Super Bowl Live on Channels, with Halftime Performers.
The 2022 Super Bowl will be broadcast live from SoFi Stadium, California.
Are you ready to enjoy a full day of drinks, snacks and bets? A halftime show with a buzzy crowd, and football? Joe Burrow, a Bengals fan and former Super Bowl champion will try to help solve the mystery of the Rams defense. Pop culture fans can enjoy the entertaining Super Bowl halftime shows, while football lovers have the main game. The must-see concert will include performances by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg as well as Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick lamar.
When is the Super Bowl? You can watch the Super Bowl online. Here's where you can watch the Super Bowl 2022 live online, from start time to stream information.
Peacock Premium and NBC will air the 2022 Super Bowl on Sunday, February 13, at 1:00 p.m. Pregame coverage will air from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. ET (NBC), kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET. NBC Sports forecasts that the National Anthem performance will start at 6:18 p.m. ET.
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- NBC/NBC Website/NBC Sports Application/NBC Sports Website With a valid cable login you can stream the Super Bowl 2022 live on the NBC Sports Website, NBC Sports App, NBC Sports Website, or the NBC app.
- Peacock Premium The 2022 Super Bowl can also be viewed live via Peacock Premium for just $4.99/month, or $49.99/year.
- Yahoo SportsApp/NFL App You can also watch the 2022 Super Bowl for free via both the Yahoo Sports and NFL apps.
An active subscription to an online streaming service with NBC offers you the ability to watch live games, such as fuboTV and Hulu + Live TV. You also have access via Sling TV or DIRECTV STREAM. FuboTV provides a free seven-day trial to eligible subscribers.
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The Super Bowl can not be viewed with a Hulu + subscription. However, Hulu + Live TV subscribers have access to the NBC stream live from the Hulu + Live TV service.
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Yep. YouTube TV offers a live stream from NBC and a trial offer for subscribers who are eligible.