Need to watch Super Bowl 51 online? Here’s how to live stream it on all your mobile and connected devices.
Not everyone will be able to sit on the couch with a cold beer, chicken wings, and a 65′ 4K HDR television with Super Bowl 51 looking as real as it could possibly be. Keep in mind, this year’s Super Bowl will have opening kickoff at 6:30 PM Eastern time between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. It’ll be live at the home of the Houston Texans, NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Unfortunately for a good amount of football fans out there, some got stuck working tonight, a bunch have to do assignments for school the next day, or just won’t be anywhere near a television for tonight’s big game. Now, the best way to live stream the Super Bowl would be through your cell phone. Make sure to either get a battery pack or bring your charger since streaming the big game will undoubtedly use up a ton of battery life.
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Download the Fox Sports Go app as it will have live streaming for free, regardless if you use an iPhone or Android device. Sure, it’ll have a ton of ads, but it’s the best way to see Super Bowl 51 with nothing to worry about. If you’re able to get on a laptop or desktop computer, head on over to FoxSportsGo.com to also see it streamed live there.
If you don’t have cable television but have a connected device like Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, or even an Xbox 1, they all have the ability to download the Fox Sports Go app. Make sure to download it immediately since there will be a plethora of football fans from across the globe downloading it leading up to game time.
Overall, be sure to enjoy the game no matter how you watch. If you need additional info like who’s playing at the halftime show or announcing the play-by-play, give our preview article a quick read before kickoff.