Super Bowl LV live stream 2021: How to watch Chiefs vs Buccaneers online free from anywhere
With 25-year-old Patrick Mahomes vs 43-year-old Tom Brady arguably one of the best Super Bowl storylines the NFL has ever delivered, 2021’s big game is literally one for the ages as the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs take on a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team brimming with the kind of confidence you get when you’re led by the GOAT.
Follow our guide below as we explain how to watch Super Bowl LV online and get a 2021 Super Bowl live stream wherever you are in the world.
To get this far, both teams have had to be at their best, with the No.1 seeded Chiefs surviving a spirited challenge by Philips Rivers and the Colts before laying to bed Josh Allen and the red-hot Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship game.
Date: Sunday, February 7
Kick-off time: 6.30pm ET / 3.30pm PT / 11.30pm GMT / 12.30pm AEDT
Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay (Florida)
US TV channel: CBS
Live stream: Online Tv Channel CBS All Access (US) / DAZN (Canada) / Kayo Sports (Aus)
FREE Super Bowl live stream: CBS Sports (US-only) | BBC iPlayer (UK-only)
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The Bucs had an even tougher route to Super Bowl 55, starting out in the Wild Card round as the No. 5 seed and therefore needing to beat Washington, the New Orleans Saints and finally the Green Bay Packers – all away – over the last three weeks to earn themselves a trip back home.
Adding another layer on intrigue, Brady and the Bucs will become the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl at home when they take to the field on Sunday, February 7 – a combination which somewhat mitigates their heavy underdog status, even if the 22,000 fans expected to attend is well below the 65,000+ capacity of Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.
So, as we countdown to the big Chiefs vs Buccaneers Super Bowl game and a potential changing of the guard as the NFL’s best quarterback right now goes up against the greatest to ever throw a spiral, make sure you know how you’re going to tune in to all the action. Here’s how to watch Super Bowl 2021 and get an NFL live stream for arguably the biggest game in all of sports – you can even watch a FREE Super Bowl live stream in many countries this year, so read on for full details!
How to watch Super Bowl 2021 from outside your country
If you’ve mismatched a holiday or you’re away on business and you want to watch your country’s coverage from outside your country, then you’ll need to use a VPN. This will help you dial in to a location back in your home country to avoid geo-blocks and regain access to the content and services you already pay for back home.
A VPN is generally perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location when the big game is on. We’ve tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend ExpressVPN as the very best VPN currently available.
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Once you’ve chosen and installed your VPN of choice, simply open the service’s corresponding app, hit ‘choose location’, select the appropriate country and you’ll be able to watch the broadcast as if you were back at home.
Watching the Super Bowl couldn’t be easier in the US, as CBS is your one-stop-shop for a Chiefs vs Buccaneers live stream on Sunday, February 7, when kick-off is set for 6.30pm ET/3.30pm PT (5.30pm CT) but coverage will be running all day long.
Anyone with the channel as part of their cable package will therefore be able to tune-in at no extra cost on the CBS website.
It also means there are two great options to watch all the action without cable.
First, CBS has its own standalone streaming service, CBS All Access, which costs just $5.99 a month – and there’s even a FREE CBS All Access trial that means you’ll be able to watch Super Bowl LV without paying a penny, if you play your cards right.
In fact, CBS is opening the floodgates to its broadcast on its CBS Sports website, so anyone located in the US can get a 100% free Super Bowl LV live stream either in their browser or via the CBS Sports app.
Additionally, CBS is available as part of FuboTV, an end-to-end cable replacement service that normally costs from $64.99 a month – but offers an equally attractive FREE FuboTV trial so you can see if it’s right for you and catch the big game without dropping a dime yet again.
It’s one of many great value over-the-top streaming services available to Americans looking for a more affordable alternative to cable.
When it comes to Super Bowl, YouTube TV and Hulu’s premium Live TV package both offer CBS for total coverage of the game – and we’ve got a complete guide to both as well as more additional information about watching with CBS All Access.
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UK-based American football fans are well covered when it comes to the NFL – and are especially lucky when it comes to watch a Buccaneers vs Chiefs live stream of Super Bowl 55, as the BBC will be airing the game 100% FREE!
This means that anyone located in the UK can get a free Super Bowl LV live stream by using the BBC’s iPlayer streaming service, which doesn’t cost a penny (though you should, of course, be in possession of a valid UK TV license).
Sky will also be showing Super Bowl 55 in 2021, and for anyone who already subscribes to it and has one of its Sky Sports packages, it’s another great option. If you prefer Sky Sports’ NFL coverage, you can also get it contract-free courtesy of the broadcaster’s Now TV offshoot.
But before you sign up for anything, just remember you can also watch Super Bowl free in the UK with the BBC!
Kick-off time for Super LV has been confirmed and it’s a11.30pm GMT UK start time.
Outside of the UK? British residents out of the country for Super Bowl LV can catch the big game just the would at home with the help of a quality VPN as per our guide above.
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Canadian NFL fans are some of the the luckiest in the world, as streaming service DAZN is offering comprehensive coverage of the 2020/21 season, right through the playoffs and Super Bowl LV, with its great value DAZN packages.
It’s an absolute bargain at just CA$20 a month or $150 a year, especially when you consider that you get not only NFL Game Pass access complete with RedZone, but also that DAZN’s the exclusive Canadian streaming home of Premier League and Champions League soccer!
It comes with support for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, PS4, and laptop/PC streaming (including Mac devices). And if you’ve never used it before, you can try it for free by taking advantage of a FREE 1-month trial, too.
Canadians will also find that Super Bowl LV is being televised by national broadcasters TSN and CTV.
If you live in Australia and want to watch the NFL this season, you have several options to do so.
Foxtel is home to the sport Down Under and is showing the big game on ESPN this year.
This means anyone on-the-go will be able to stream all the action from Raymond James Stadium on laptops and mobile devices using the Foxtel Go app – just log-in with your Foxtel ID. If you don’t have Foxtel as part of a pay TV package, Kayo Sports almost always gets all the biggest events Foxtel enjoys.
The streaming service has a Basic and a Premium plan with the difference being you can watch on two devices with the Basic plan for $25 per month and on three devices with the Premium plan for $35 per month. The best news? Both plans come with a FREE 14-day trial!
But the best way to watch Super Bowl free in Australia for most people comes courtesy of the Seven Network and more specifically its 7mate channel, where you can watch Super Bowl 2021 for nothing, both on TV or online, without having to sign up and then cancel anything.
The big game kicks off Down Under at 10.30am AEDT on the morning of Monday, February 8, 2021 – check your local TV listings to see when build-up coverage starts on your preferred channel or service.
Outside of Australia? All you need is a good VPN and to follow our instructions above and you can stream just like you would in Oz, only from anywhere in the world. Our latest 2021 testing reveals that our No.1 pick, ExpressVPN, is currently working with Kayo Sports and 7mate.
The NFL has been making a real push south of the border, with Mexico City normally hosting a selected NFL game each season.
It follows that the sport is huge there, so you’ve got a variety of TV options to watch Super Bowl in Mexico.
These include ESPN, Fox Sports, Televisa and TV Azteca.. Of these, our basic Spanish tells us that for anyone after a FREE Super Bowl live stream in Mexico should be able to find what they’re looking for courtesy of Azteca 7, which can be watched in a browser online, or via the appropriate TV Azteca app.
Not in Mexico? Don’t miss the passion of your local commentary just because you’re abroad – instead, try using a VPN to access your favorite Super Bowl coverage wherever you are in the world this Sunday.
Germany boasted five NFL Europe teams at one point, so it’s little surprise that American football is huge in the European nation.
Its popularity means that German fans can watch Super Bowl LV free on terrestrial channel ProSieban – either on TV or on the network’s online streaming platform.
Not in Germany? You can tune in to your local coverage from abroad simply by adding a VPN to your software roster and following our guide above.
All you need to know about Super Bowl LV in 2021
The 2021 Super Bowl takes place on Sunday, February 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida.
The 65,000+ capacity stadium will welcome a limited number of fans to the game as the US continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league now having confirmed that around 20,000 will be in attendance at Super Bowl LV, with a number of tickets reserved for key workers.
The start time for Super Bowl LV is set for 6.30pm ET/3.30pm PT (5.30pm CT) in the US.
Globally, that means the Super Bowl time is:
- Australia Super Bowl time: 10.30am AEDT (Monday, February 8)
- India Super Bowl time: 5am IST (Monday, February 8)
- Japan Super Bowl time: 8.30am JST (Monday, February 8)
- Mexico Super Bowl time: 5.30pm CST
- New Zealand Super Bowl time: 12.30pm NZST (Monday February 8)
- South Korea Super Bowl time: 8.30am KST (Monday, February 8)
- UK Super Bowl time: 11.30pm GMT
Super Bowl 2021 schedule: Super Bowl Media Day and other highlights this week
While Covid has forced the NFL to make a number of changes to the usual Super Bowl Week schedule in 2021, most of the usual events and formalities are going ahead in one way or another.
Super Bowl Media Day, for instance, becomes Super Bowl Opening Night on Monday, February 1 and sees teams make a selection of their top players available for interview via Zoom – not the usual circus that ensues at the start of the week.
Dedicated coverage is being shown on TV exclusively by NFL Network in the US, a cable channel that’s available through FuboTV and the other streaming services we recommend American residents check out (see the US section above) – or you can just look out for the best sound bytes in the news, like people usually do anyways.
Here’s what else fans have to look forward to this week.
- Wednesday, February 3: Super Bowl Greatest Commercials 2021 at 8pm ET/PT on CBS
- Saturday, February 6: NFL Honors 2021 at 9pm ET/PT on CBS
- Sunday, February 7: Miley Cyrus presents TikTok Tailgate concert at 3pm on TikTok and CBS
Where is the Super Bowl on TV?
America’s three main broadcasters – CBS, Fox, and NBC – alternate rights to air the Super Bowl each year.
In 2021, it’s the turn of CBS to air Super Bowl LV. As per our guide above, if you don’t have it on cable, then it has a dedicated streaming-only platform, CBS All Access, that will sort you out in time for the big game.
Folks in the UK arguably have it best, though, as the Super Bowl is 100% FREE to watch on the BBC and its companion iPlayer streaming service. Provided you’re located in the UK (and you should also be in possession of a valid TV license), registration takes just a few seconds and only asks for basic details like a working email address.
Anyone in either country can also access their usual streaming service to watch Super Bowl 2021, no matter where they are in the world. With a top-quality VPN in your huddle, you can simply relocate your IP address back home and enjoy the big like you normally would from the comfort of your living room.
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Super Bowl 2021 Halftime Show: who’s performing at Super Bowl LV?
Following in the footsteps of a sensational performance by Shakira and J-Lo last year that was watched by some 104 million people (and received over 1,300 complaints), The Weeknd has been confirmed to headline the 2021 Super Bowl halftime how.
It’s expected to go down as the longest halftime show ever at 24 minutes, with Jay-Z and Roc Nation responsible for production of this year’s entertainment.
For more details, check out our full guide to the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show.
Super Bowl 2021 predictions and odds
AFC no.1 seed the Kansas City Chiefs are currently installed as the favorites to lift the Lombardi trophy for a second straight season.
The Bucs are the underdogs, having emerged from the NFC Wild Card picture with big wins over the Saints and Packers to get this far – and few would put another upset past them with GOAT Tom Brady under center.
Super Bowl LIV: Who won Super Bowl 54?
Super Bowl LIV certainly lived up to the hype, with the Kansas City Chiefs winning the game for the franchise’s first in 50 years.
As well as being the maiden Super Bowl victory for superstar QB Pat Mahomes – also named Super Bowl MVP – it was also the first ring for decorated head coach Andy Reid.
The Chiefs beat the 49ers in dramatic fashion, too, coming back from a 10 point deficit and rallying to score three touchdowns in just over five minutes to close out the game and win the game 31-10.