Where to watch Super Bowl in UK, US, Europe, Asia, India – 49ers vs Chiefs, halftime show

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Super Bowl LVIII - aka SwiftBowl - is set to be the most-watched television event of 2024, so don't miss Chiefs vs 49ers live from Las Vegas on Sunday, 11th February (11.30pm GMT).

Super Bowl 58 is also tipped to be "the most internationally accessible of all time", so we've listed all the worldwide broadcasters below – from Angola to Zimbabwe, via the United States, India and China – including free Super Bowl live streams.

But what if you're travelling abroad?  Can you watch Super Bowl LVIII from anywhere? Absolutely – with a VPN (a clever app lets you change your location and enjoy Super Bowl 2024 from any country).

Who will  Chiefs make it back-two on the bounce? Here's our handy guide to worldwide Super Bowl broadcasters...

Where to watch Super Bowl 2024 in UK & Ireland

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ITV1, ITX (FREE), DAZN and Sky Sports (Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports NFL) will broadcast the 58th Super Bowl live in the United Kingdom. In Ireland, NFL fans can watch via Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports NFL, Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Two. Away from home? Use a VPN to unblock Super Bowl streams.

Watch Super Bowl 58 in Europe

Tune into DAZN and RTL for Super Bowl coverage in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Liechstenstein (population 39,039). Monaco's wealthy elite can watch Chiefs vs 49ers on beINSport and M6.

Hut, hut, hut your way over to Eleven Sports in Belgium, Moviestar Plus in Spain, and Arena 4 and NET4+ in Hungary.

In the Nordics, TV 2 has the rights in Denmark, while TV4Play.se and mtv.fi will have the action in chilly Finland.

The Big Game will be broadcast live on Max Sport 2 in Serbia.

How to watch Super Bowl LVIII in the US/Canada

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CBS has televised the most Super Bowl games in the United States, and it will broadcast its 22nd with Super Bowl LVIII today Sunday, 11th February. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo are your announcers.

Univision will offer the game in Spanish, while CBS-owned kids channel Nickelodeon will simulcast the Super Bowl for the first time ever.

Gridiron fans can stream CBS coverage via Paramount Plus or watch it in 4K HDR. Apply code 'SUPERBOWL' for a 30-day free trial. 

Want to watch the Super Bowl in Canada? Sure thing. Your primary options are TSN, CTV, DAZN and RDS.

How to watch Super Bowl 2024 in Mexico and South America

In Mexico, Super Bowl coverage is across ESPN, Fox Sports, Televisa, C5 and free-to-air Azteca 7 (FREE).

ESPN2 will screen Super Bowl live in Brazil, Argentina, Bahamas, Aruba, Chile, Equador, El Salvador, Bolivia, Columbia, Dominica, Guatemala, Guadaloupe, Paraguay and Peru.

Watch live on ESPN and Meridiano TV in Venezuela.

Super Bowl 2024 in Africa

ESPN2 is the place to find live TV coverage of the Super Bowl in Angola, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, the Central African Republic, Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Sudan and Zimbabwe.

Chiefs vs 49ers, live from the Allegiant Stadium and punctuated by the Apple Music Halftime show, can be found on regular old ESPN in Haiti and Zambia.

Where to watch Super Bowl Sunday in Middle East

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Saudi Sports Channel has the rights to broadcast Super Bowl LVIII in Saudi Arabia.

How to watch Super Bowl 2024 in Asia

NFL fans in China can tune into Kansas City Chiefs vs San Fransisco 49ers on Tencent, GDTV and G-Sports.

The NFL finale is on NOW Sports 680 in Hong Kong.

Coupang will screen Super Bowl Sunday 2024 in South Korea; it's DAZN and G+ in Japan, where Taylor Swift is expected to arrive back from just in time to watch boyfriend and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce score a touchdown or two. She'll be joined by other VIPs including Prince Harry and Meagan Markle.

Live stream Super Bowl 2024 in India

Disney's Star Sports network has the right to stream Super Bowl 58 live to a potential 1.4 billion viewers in India.

Can the Super Bowl end in a tie?

No.Like any NFL playoff game, Super Bowl 58 will be decided on the night. If the 49ers vs Chiefs overtime period is scoreless, the players will move onto a second. And then a third. And so on until Super Bowl LVIII is decided by a goal.

Who are the Super Bowl 2024 announcers?

Jim Nantz (play-by-play) and Tony Romo (analyst) will call Super Bowl 58, in the company of Tracy Wolfson (sideline reporter).

Who is singing the national anthem at Super Bowl 58?

Country Music Hall of Famer Reba McEntire will sing the American National Anthem at this year's Super Bowl. She will be joined by Post Malone singing America the Beautiful.

Super Bowl broadcast FAQs

How many people watch the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is carried live in 190 different countries or territories and broadcast in over 25 languages. A recent Nielsen survey revealed that last year's Super Bowl reached approximately 200 million viewers across all platforms, including TV and sports streaming services.

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Where to watch Super Bowl live 2024 – 2034
Super Bowl LVIII 2024CBS/Nickelodeon/Univision
Super Bowl LIX 2025Fox
Super Bowl LX 2026NBC
Super Bowl LXI 2027ABC/ESPN (Disney)
Super Bowl LXII 2028CBS
Super Bowl LXIII 2029Fox
Super Bowl LXIV 2030NBC
Super Bowl LXV 2031ABC/ESPN (Disney)
Super Bowl LXVI 2032CBS
Super Bowl LXVII 2033Fox
Super Bowl LXVIII 2034NBC

Super Bowl 2024 global kick off times

  • New York, USA: 6.30pm ET
  • San Francisco, USA: 3.30pm PT
  • London, UK: 11.30pm ET
  • Melbourne, Australia: 10.30am AEDT (Mon)
  • Mexico City, Mexico: 5.30pm CDMX
  • Berlin, Germany: 12.30am CET (Mon)
  • Singapore: 7.30am SGT (Mon)
  • Delhi, India: 5am IST (Mon)


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Can the Super Bowl end in a tie?

No, the Super Bowl must be decided on the night. If the overtime period is scoreless, the players will move onto a second. And then a third. And so on until the Super Bowl is decided by a goal.

Tom is a journalist, copywriter and content designer based in the UK. He has written articles for T3, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Elle Deco, The Sunday Times, Men's Health, Mr Porter, Oracle and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile technology, electric vehicles and video streaming.