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How to watch and stream Super Bowl 2023, with or without cable

Planning a Super Bowl party? These are the details to keep in mind.

Season-long tailgates, watch parties and rivalries all boil down to the Super Bowl.

The date of Super Bowl 57 is Feb. 12, 2023. Super Bowl LVII is also doubling as a highly anticipated concert: Halftime performer Rihanna is giving her first performance in six years. Chris Stapleton will perform the national anthem.

That plus the Super Bowl's trademark ads make it a must-see event. Just ask Donna Kelce, whose two sons are facing off on opposing teams.

Below, find all the details you need about how to watch.

What day is the Super Bowl LVII?

Historically, the Super Bowl has been played on the first Sunday in February. But this year, like last year, the Super Bowl takes place on Sunday, Feb. 12, the second Sunday of the month.

The change is the result of the NFL expanding the regular season from 16 to 17 games in 2021. The trend of later-than-usual Super Bowls will go on, with 2024's taking place on Feb. 11 in Nevada.

When will the 2023 Super Bowl start and end?

The start time of the Super Bowl is certain – but the rest depends on game play.

  • Super Bowl kick-off time is set for 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 12.
  • The halftime show will begin after the first two quarters of the game are completed, typically around 8:00 and 8:30 p.m. ET.
  • Most Super Bowls last a bit under four hours. Expect to finish around 10 p.m. ET or so.

How can I watch or stream Super Bowl 2023?

Super Bowl LVII airs at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox. You can also watch the big game on Fox’s cable channel or website by logging in through your cable provider.

How can I watch Super Bowl 2023 without a cable login?

Those without cable can stream Fox on a service like Sling TVYouTube TV or Hulu + Live TV with a subscription or free trial.

And if all else fails, you can always make your way to a bar, restaurant — it's sure to be on the majority of TVs you see.