Watch Super Bowl 2020 online (free) without cable

How do you watch Super Bowl 2020 game free online without cable? Best answer: Using Fox Sports app on Windows 10, Xbox One, RoKu, Apple TV. Here's how.

Super Bowl 2020 Fox Sports app download
Super Bowl 2020 Fox Sports app download

On Sunday, February 2, 2020, the Super Bowl LIV is happening between The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, and if you’re a cable cutter that won’t be attending the game at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, then you will be watching the livestream over the internet.

The game is expected to kick off at 6:30pm EST, and the official channel is Fox, which means that you can download and install the Fox Sports app on Windows 10, Xbox One, RoKu, PlayStation 4, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or the app available for Android TV to watch the game live, including the halftime show that will feature performances by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. 

The pre-game starts at 2:00pm EST.

Downloading the app is easy, simply use the links below to get the app from the platform store, and click the install button (no sign in required to watch the Super Bowl LIV):

In addition, you can also watch the livestream of the Super Bowl LIV on FoxSports.com and with the NFL app free without the need to sign in.

Furthermore, if you have a supported device and a super-fast internet connection, you can even watch The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers game in 4K (upscaled) ultra HD resolution with high dynamic range (HDR).

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