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Your guide to Super Bowl LV 2021

Don't miss a minute of the biggest sporting event of the year as Tom Brady's Buccaneers host Kansas City.

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be held at the home of one of the participants, Tampa Bay, as the Buccaneers host the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs.

In January, the NFL announced that just 22,000 fans would be in attendance at the 75,000 full capacity Raymond James Stadium in Florida. Health care workers will make up 7,500 of the fans at the game.

Networks CBS and NBC switched rights, so CBS are now broadcasting Super Bowl LV and NBC will show the 2022 version. So you can tune-in to CBS from your screen to catch all of the football madness from home.

If the sports aspect of the Super Bowl doesn’t appeal to you, then there are still the Super Bowl commercials as well as a halftime performance by The Weeknd to look forward to.

When is Super Bowl Sunday?

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February 7th, 2021National Anthem: 6:00 p.m ET
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET
Halftime show: 8:00 p.m ET (approximation)

Can I watch the Super Bowl online?

CBS will air Super Bowl 55 on its website as well as its CBS Sports and CBS All Access apps. Speaking of apps, you can also watch the Super Bowl with any of these free apps that happen to be at your disposal:

  • Yahoo Sports
  • Fox Sports Go
  • NFL Mobile
  • NFL Now App (if you’re limited to watching on a mobile device)

Some streaming services like Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV and DIRECTV Now are also options, so you can watch Super Bowl Sunday that way. Each of these streaming services offers a 7-day free trial to test the waters before you’re charged for anything.

While each service has its own list of compatible devices, a variety of mobile, streaming and gaming devices are capable of streaming Internet TV, including:

  • Apple TV
  • Amazon firestick
  • Roku
  • Xbox one
  • Playstation 4

You can also check places like Facebook, YouTube and Reddit for live links to watch the Super Bowl. If worst comes to worst and you can’t watch from home, then your local bars and sports restaurants will likely be showing the game.

Where can I buy Super Bowl collectibles & memorabilia?

In accordance to receiving the most authentic gear, our top retailers to shop online for Super Bowl 55 merch are the NFLshop, FansEdge, Steiner Sports, eBay and Amazon. Each website follows its own pricing structure and warrants its own delivery time.

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