How to Watch the 2022 Super Bowl on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

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The Cincinnati Bengals will face the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 2022 on Sunday, February 13 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

This article describes how to watch it for free on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and the web.

When does Super Bowl LVI kick-off?

Super Bowl LVI begins at 6:30 p.m. ET, or 5:30 p.m. Central, 4:30 p.m. Mountain, and 3:30 p.m. Pacific, on Sunday, February 13. Viewers in the United Kingdom must tune in at 11:30 p.m. ET.

How to Get a Free Ticket to Super Bowl LVI

This year, NBC is airing Super Bowl LVI, so anyone with antenna reception of a local NBC station can watch it on their TV for free.

If you want to watch on a phone or tablet in the United States, you should be able to do so for free via the NFL and Yahoo Sports apps.

In addition to the live broadcast on NBC, the Super Bowl will be available to watch on numerous streaming platforms that offer online players or mobile apps, though you’ll probably need to do a little more effort if you want to watch on the big screen via Apple TV or another connected TV device.

To watch the Super Bowl on live TV streaming services, you’ll need a subscription, but there are ways to watch it for free via service samples.

Hulu + Live TV is perhaps the most popular service for watching the Super Bowl. If you don’t want to pay the $70 monthly subscription, you can acquire a seven-day free trial before the game and then cancel.

Sling TV, which provides NBC on both its Orange and Blue bundles is likely the next most popular option for viewing the Super Bowl. The plans are $35 a month, but there is a three-day free trial if you don’t want to join up.

Other alternatives for watching the Super Bowl include YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, Peacock, and FuboTV.

If you already have cable or satellite access to NBC and want to watch Super Bowl LVI on a non-TV device, you can use your credentials to watch via the NBC Sports app or the NBCSports.com website.

For spectators in the United Kingdom, the choice is simple: the BBC has the right to broadcast the Super Bowl, so download the BBC iPlayer app on iOS or Apple TV, or check in to the BBC iPlayer website, assuming you have a TV License.

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