Watch Super Bowl 2023: free live streams, TV channel, 4K HDR, halftime show today

Composite image of Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles QB, yelling opposite Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of Super Bowl 57 on 12th February, 2023
(Image credit: Mitchell Leff/Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Super Bowl live stream 2023

Super Bowl 2023 kicks off very shortly, today, 12th February, and it's 100% free to watch on ITV in the UK. It's also free on 7Plus in Australia. Fox is the official broadcaster of Chiefs vs Eagles in the USA. Use a VPN to watch your local Super Bowl live stream from anywhere, if you happen to be away from home. Full TV options – including how to watch in 4K HDR – below.

Super Bowl 2023 global kick off times

  • New York, USA: 6.30 pm ET
  • San Francisco, USA: 3.30 pm PT
  • London, UK: 11.30 pm ET
  • Melbourne, Australia: 10.30 am AEDT (Mon)
  • Mexico City, Mexico: 5.30 pm CDMX
  • Berlin, Germany: 00.30 am CET
  • Singapore: 7.30 am SGT (Mon)
  • Delhi, India: 5am IST (Mon)

Super Bowl 2023 preview

Super Bowl 57 is scheduled to kick off at 11.30pm GMT / 6.30pm ET today, 12th February 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona – just a few moments' time. It will be the first time that the Chiefs have faced the Eagles in the NFL season finale. It's a hot evening in Glendale, with the temperatures not set to drop until well into the second half. Expect the players to be cooling off at every opportunity.

The Chiefs advanced to their third Super Bowl in four years after 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship final, while the Eagles flew into their first Super Bowl in five years after destroying the injury-hit 49ers in the NFC playoff.

Both teams have 16-3 records but Philadelphia remain slight favourites at -1.5 (some $16 billion is expected to be wagered on Super Bowl 57 in the United States). Kansas' Patrick Mahomes will be gunning for his second Super Bowl victory; Philadelphia's Jalen Hurts is just one win away from his first.

Deciding factors could include how quickly Patrick Mahomes' ankle sprain heals, the accuracy of Jalen Hurts' passing game and the stability of Kansas' rookie defence, led by Jaylen Watson and Joshua Williams.

Despite noted as a "fast healer", according to Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, the Texas-born QB is not thought to be 100 percent ready today but good enough to go. Mahomes has insisted his wife, Brittany, bring their two-year-old daughter and 11-week-old son to the stadium to watch, so he must be expecting to play a big part in proceedings.

NFL fans can watch a Super Bowl 2023 live stream free online in the UK and Australia. Fans travelling overseas can use a VPN to watch a free live stream.

Best FREE Super Bowl live streams 2023

NFL fans all over the world can watch a Super Bowl live stream free of charge on:

UK: Free on ITV and ITVX. Kick off 23:30 GMT.

Australia: Free on Channel 7 and 7Plus. Kick off 10:30am AEDT (Mon).

Mexico: Free on TV Azteca 7. Kick off 17:30 CDMX.

Germany: free on ProSieben. Kick off 00:30 CET (Mon).

USA: Fubo TV 7-day free trial. Kick off 18:30 ET / 15:30 PT.

Outside your home country? Use a VPN to access any free Super Bowl live stream from anywhere. Details below...

Watch Super Bowl 2023 from abroad using a VPN

You won't be able to watch your regular Super Bowl live stream while traveling abroad. The streaming service will spot that you're in a foreign country and block you. You can use a VPN (virtual private network) to get around this, though.

It's a magical piece of software that sets your device appear as if it's located the country of your choice, meaning you to watch a free Chiefs vs Eagles live stream from wherever you are in the world.

We rate ExpressVPN as the best VPN for the Super Bowl 2023. The 30-day guarantee means you can try it risk-free and see for yourself. Five stars.

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Watch Super Bowl 2023 in 4K Ultra HD


FuboTV will be streaming Super Bowl 2023 in 4K on Fox. Use the Fubo 7-day trial to and watch for free.

Super Bowl 2023 in 4K with 7-day Fubo TV trial

Fubo TV's Elite package gets you access to Super Bowl 2023 in gorgeous 4K Ultra HD. The package usually costs $85 a month, so the 7-day free trial is very welcome indeed. No contract, no commitment. Cancel anytime.

YouTube TV with 4K ($65 a month) will also stream Super Bowl 2023 in Ultra HD. However, you only get a 3-day free trial.

Outside the US? Use a VPN to access Fubo TV or YouTube TV when away from home.

UK: Super Bowl live stream


NFL fans in the UK can watch Chiefs vs Eagles free on ITV and ITVX. Sign up to ITVX  using an email address and a UK zip code (e.g. W12 7RU) and you're off to the races!

Outside the UK? Use a VPN to access ITVX when away from home.

Sky Sports subscribers can tune in via Sky Sports Main Event HD and Sky Sports Action HD. Kick off – 11.30pm GMT.  Shop today's best Sky TV deals.

NFL Game Pass is another option. A Super Bowl streaming pass costs just £0.99.

Australia: Super Bowl live stream


Channel 7 has free-to-air rights for the 2023 Super Bowl in Australia. You can pick up a free Super Bowl live stream on 7Plus (registration required). 

Outside Australia? Use a VPN to access 7Plus when away from home.

Super Bowl kick off is 10:30am AEST on Monday, 13th February.

US: Super Bowl live stream 2023


Super Bowl 2023 is live on Fox Sports in the USA – but you can watch without cable.

Live streaming TV service Sling ($20/month) carries Fox Sports, making it a great way to watch Chiefs vs Eagles.

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You can also watch on Peacock TV ($5/month).

Mobile and tablet live streams are available via the NFL Plus app ($5/month).

Canada: Super Bowl live stream 2023

Canadians must pay to watch Super Bowl 57. The game will be live on DAZN ($20 CAD/month). 

Remember, though: fans in the UK and Australia can use a VPN to watch a free Super Bowl live stream from anywhere.

Mexico: Super Bowl live stream 2023

In Mexico, Super Bowl 57 will be free to watch across the TV Azteca network, which include the Azteca 7 website and, for mobile users, the Azteca Live App. Here's a more detailed guide to how to watch the Super Bowl 2023 in Mexico.    

Outside Mexico? Use a VPN to access TV Azteca when away from home

Germany: Super Bowl live stream

Free-to-air channel ProSieben will show Super Bowl 57 in Germany. Head to the ProSieben website, registers for an account, and enjoy the Super Bowl free live stream.

Outside Germany? Use a VPN to access ProSieben when away from home.

Super Bowl halftime show 2023

NFL Super Bowl LVII logo on grade red and green background – a nod to Chiefs vs Eagles team colours

(Image credit: NFL)

Don't go too far at halftime else you might miss Rihanna performing the Super Bowl halftime show. The "We Found Love" singer is the confirmed headliner for 2023, but who will be her special guests? There's no official confirmation yet but credible rumours include Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams, Paul McCartney, Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled and Eminem.

The halftime show typically lasts 12-14 minutes and features epic pyrotechnics, hundreds of dancers and spectacular wardrobe changes (not to mention the odd wardrobe malfunction).

Super Bowl FAQs

Who is performing the Super Bowl half time show?

Grammy-winning Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl halftime show 2023. The Barbadian singer is making her comeback to the stage after five years away, with Jay-Z "reportedly helping her organize the show" (via CinemaBlend)  

Expect RiRi to deliver a medley of bangers, including Rude Boy, Only Girl (In the World), Umbrella and Diamonds. So, not one to miss. Even pop megastar Adele has said she's going to the Super Bowl "just for Rihanna". Blimey.

Want more? Browse our full guide to how to watch the Super Bowl halftime show 2023.

Who will be Rihanna's guests at the Super Bowl halftime show?

Fifty guest artists are said to have been "under consideration" for the Super Bowl halftime show, including Jay-Z, Britney Spears, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Neyo, Paul McCartney, Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled and Eminem. If you ask us, the likelihood that Kanye West will appear at Super Bowl 57 is slim to none. There's more chance of Pope Francis hitching up his cassock and dancing onto the stage to duet with RiRi.

Who is favoured to win Super Bowl 2023?

The Chiefs entered the playoffs as the favourites to win the Super Bowl but the Philadelphia Eagles became the new +2 favourites after the AFC and NFC Championship games.

Can ChatGPT predict the Super Bowl winner?

No. When asked who will win the Super Bowl, ChatGPT told the Detroit Free Press: "As a language model AI, I do not have the ability to predict future events, including the outcome of the Super Bowl. The outcome of a sporting event is subject to many variables and can change based on numerous factors, making it difficult to accurately predict."

Well, that told us. ChatGPT can, however, recommend the best way to make guacamole dip and (some) of the best ways to watch Super Bowl 57, though it's no match for the (human) AV experts at What Hi-Fi?, obviously.

How much is a Super Bowl ticket?

The cheapest ticket is priced at $5368 (£4337). A pair of VIP seats on the lower level, plus entry to the official NFL tailgate party and 4-star hotel accommodation costs $50,000 (£40,300).

Where is the Super Bowl in 2024?

Super Bowl 2024 will take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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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.