Super Bowl LII is right around the corner, the time of year when millions of Americans tune into one of the most celebrated sports events of all time.The Philadelphia Eagles will be challenging the reigning champions, the New England Patriots, for a shot at the Super Bowl trophy this upcoming Sunday. So sit back, eat some delicious food, enjoy some hilarious commercials, and see if Justin Timberlake can make it through the halftime show without causing any major controversy.
Watching on your Apple TV, ChromeCast, Roku, or Fire TV
If you want to watch the Super Bowl over the internet, you have plenty of options. NBC is streaming the game for free through both the NBC and NBC Sports apps and websites. Usually, you'd need a cable connection and log in, but they've decided to make it much easier for fans to participate in the festivities this year.
Watching from your computer, tablet, or smartphone
All you have to do is either go to NBC.com or NBCSports.com. If you're watching from a mobile device and would rather join in on an app, you can down the NFL Mobile app (iOS / Android) or Yahoo Sports app (iOS / Android).
Over-the-Air, Cable, and Satellite
Don't have the internet? No worries! If you pay for a cable or satellite TV subscription, you're good to go. Just head over to the NBC channel on your setup.
If you live outside of the United States, you're out of luck on installing the apps. However, there are some additional options including watching on BBC One and Sky Sports, available in England, or CTV, CTV Two, or TSN if you're watching the game from Canada.
If you're in any other country, you can go to NFL's website, scroll down to the "Foreign Language Broadcasts" section and type in your country to find out your local broadcasting options.
If you're a die-hard football fan and want to see the game live, all you'll have to do is travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota and shell out about $3,000+ each.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 PM ET / 3:30 PM PT, so make sure you don't miss it!