The big game is over, but you can still watch the Super Bowl 2023 replay to see the Kansas City Chiefs triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles. With this Super Bowl live streams guide, you can see all the action unfold. And it went down to the wire!
Though the Eagles were favored to win and were leading at halftime, the Chiefs pulled through under the steady hand of quarterback Patrick Mahomes. With less than two minutes remaining and the score tied at 35, Kansas City was trying to run out the clock. A somewhat controversial holding call against the Eagles helped them do just that. They were able to kick a field goal and Philly had no time left.
An exciting game was matched by a stunning halftime show by Rihanna. We also chronicled all the ads in a Super Bowl commercials live blog and all of the entertainment previews in a Super Bowl movie trailers roundup.
Here's everything you need to know for how to watch Super Bowl 2023 replay live streams online around the world — and we've also got more specific info for how to watch the Super Bowl on Roku, too.
Super Bowl 2023 time and date
Super Bowl LVII began at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. GMT today (Sunday, February 12). In Australia, it began at 10:30 a.m. AEDT on Monday morning.
As usual, the Super Bowl wreaked havoc on other TV, as The Last of Us episode 5's release date moved up because it normally airs on Sundays.
How to watch Super Bowl 2023 highlights for free online
The best place you can watch Super Bowl 2023 highlights for free online is on the NFL's YouTube page. They've got a 17-minute highlights reel video with all the touchdowns, defensive stops and pivotal referee calls from the game.
How to watch Super Bowl 2023 replay online in the U.S.
In the U.S., the Super Bowl aired on Fox this year.
Fans can watch the replay on the NFL Network, which is showing the game several times over the course of the next day. The NFL Network comes with some cable packages. If you've already cut the cord, you can access it via Sling or Fubo, two of our recommended cable TV alternatives.
Fans can also watch a full Super Bowl replay for FREE on NFL Plus, the league's own streaming service. NFL Plus offers a free trial, so new subscribers check it out for seven days before paying the monthly or seasonal subscription fee.
NFL Plus offers access to live out-of-market preseason games, live local and primetime regular season and postseason games (on phone and tablet only. It costs $4.99/month or $39.99/season. New subscribers can get a free seven-day trial to see the Super Bowl replay.
How to watch Super Bowl LVII live streams from anywhere
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If you're away from home and can't watch the Super Bowl, you can still see the replay. Using the best VPN makes it so that you can appear to be surfing the web from your hometown, so you can access the same streaming services you already pay for.
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2. Connect to the location you want to stream from
3. Use your usual streaming service and watch like normal
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How to watch Super Bowl 57 in the U.K. (also free on ITVX)
Americans abroad could just use the service of their choice, provided they log in via a VPN such as ExpressVPN.
Super Bowl 2023 live streams in Canada
However, the Super Bowl replay is on NFL Network and NFL Plus, which are not currently available in Canada. Existing subscribers may need the help of a VPN like ExpressVPN to log in.
Super Bowl 2023 halftime show
Superstar Rihanna headlined the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show, performing snippets of 12 of her biggest songs. The set list included "Umbrella," "Diamonds," "Run the Town," "Only Girl (in the World)" and "All the Lights."
She was also visibly pregnant, and her rep confirmed after the show that the singer is expecting her second child.
Everybody wants more music from Rihanna, who's spent the last several years building her empire as a fashion and skincare icon with the Fenty and Fenty Beauty brands. While she recently released "Lift Me Up," a song from the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, that's the only new music Rihanna's released in a while. Her ninth album — which some refer to as R9 — isn't confirmed yet.
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Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.
Sorry but Sling Blue does not "include Fox". That is misleading at best, and a lie by omission at worst. It is only included for people who live in select cities. In other words, it's off by default, unless you happen to live in one of the cities on a certain list. Because it is off by default and only enabled if you meet certain criteria, it doesn't seem accurate to say it's "included". I thought I'd have access to the Super Bowl today, but since I don't live in one of the select cities, I can't watch it with Sling Blue. Instead I set up a free trial with FuboTV which worked, so thank you for that accurate info.Reply
Kvothe99x said:Sorry but Sling Blue does not "include Fox". That is misleading at best, and a lie by omission at worst. It is only included for people who live in select cities. In other words, it's off by default, unless you happen to live in one of the cities on a certain list. Because it is off by default and only enabled if you meet certain criteria, it doesn't seem accurate to say it's "included". I thought I'd have access to the Super Bowl today, but since I don't live in one of the select cities, I can't watch it with Sling Blue. Instead I set up a free trial with FuboTV which worked, so thank you for that accurate info.
Good callout! My mistake. I've changed the article, and doing that elsewhere too.
Hey Henry, thanks for the quick reply, and for being so gracious given my terse post. My apologies for that, and thank you for taking the high road!Reply