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The Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals will represent the NFC and AFC in this year’s Big Bowl in Los Angeles. Along with them, the battle is also raging to know which is the best service to see the streaming super bowl in 2022.

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If you’re thinking of cutting off your cable service or have already cut it off, you have more options than you probably realize. You’ll be able to enjoy Super Bowl XVI on many streaming services, so you won’t need a cable subscription or an antenna (but if you’re considering the latter, we’ve got you covered, too).

Whether you access them directly through your smart TV or streaming device, some of the featured services we recommend are FuboTV, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV, all of which are reasonably priced and all have access to NBC, owner of this year’s official Super Bowl broadcast. We have what you need and more below.

When is the Super Bowl 2022?

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This year’s main event kicks off at 6:30 pm ET/3:30 pm PT on Sunday, February 13, 2022, from Los Angeles’ new SoFi Stadium, the city’s third Super Bowl venue after the Rose Bowl and Los Angeles. Angeles Coliseum.

It’s the first time the city has hosted the big game since 1993. The telecast will be live on NBC, airing on NFL GamePass, Sirius XM and Westwood One; and will be available on several different streaming services.

When activity begins, the Cincinnati Bengals will face the LA Rams. It’s only the third Super Bowl game for the Bengals, who lost their previous two attempts, most recently in 1989.

The Rams have had slightly more success, with a victory over the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXVI in 2000. Since then, they have lost twice to the New England Patriots, with the most recent attempt coming in Super Bowl LIII. in 2019.

The best streaming services for the 2022 Super Bowl

Hulu+ LiveTV

While not as competitively priced as others on this list, Hulu + Live TV counts NBC among its top networks, so all subscribers can watch Super Bowl 2022 without any add-ons.

sling TV

Sling TV’s Orange and Blue packages include NBC, making the Super Bowl available to subscribers. New customers can take advantage of free trials of the service, but one thing to keep in mind is to make sure your particular area has an NBC affiliate to watch the game, as not all locations do. However, most major markets should be fine.

YouTubeTV

YouTube TV subscribers have access to all four major streaming networks, so everyone can watch Super Bowl LVI too.

fuboTV

Like Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV offers NBC on its main collection of networks, making Super Bowl 2022 available to subscribers, and it’s also not uncommon to find a free trial, like on Sling TV. Plus, when the Vince Lombardi Trophy is awarded to the victors of the big game, FuboTV has one of the best lineups in international sports, if you decide to keep it.

DirecTV streaming

The new DirecTV Stream counts NBC among its member networks, so subscribers can watch the Super Bowl.

peacock

Peacock is NBC’s live and on-demand streaming service, so it makes sense for the company to make the Super Bowl available on the platform. The Peacock Premium option will give you the Super Bowl and it’s only $5 a month.

NFL App

Download the NFL app and you can watch Super Bowl LVI live without needing anything other than your device and the internet.

Yahoo! sports

Thanks to its partnership with the NFL, the sports app from Yahoo! has allowed NFL fans to enjoy some games throughout the season. National games, however, were previously unavailable. That changes, since the app will show the Super Bowl live.

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