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How to watch the Super Bowl live in Australia

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The Holy Grail of American sports, the Super Bowl is one of the biggest global sporting events, with the match itself, post-game celebrations, half-time show and even the TV adverts something that many look forward to all season long. Of course, Aussie fans have had to settle for late nights and early mornings to keep up to date with the regular NFL season, but where can you watch Super Bowl 58 live here in Australia? Find out with this Canstar Blue guide.

How to watch the Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVIII will be commence coverage on Channel 7, 7Mate, 7Plus and ESPN in Australia from 9:00am (AEDT) on Monday, February 12. If you can’t make it to the couch on time, Kayo will also have live coverage from 9:00am, as well as a replay ready to go later in the day.

Watch Super Bowl on Kayo

One of the most popular options for Aussie NFL fans, Kayo has both live and on-demand coverage of the Super Bowl. If you’re not already a subscriber, check out the plans below.

Brand Subscription Type No. of Screens/same time viewing Advertised Cost^^/month
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Kayo One Subscription

  • More than 15,000 hours of sport on-demand
  • Watch on 1 screen at the same time
  • 7-day free trial

min. cost $25 over 1 month

1No. of Screens /same time viewing $25Advertised Cost/month Go To Site
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Basic Subscription

  • More than 15,000 hours of sport on-demand
  • Watch on 2 screens at the same time
  • 7-day free trial

min. cost $30 over 1 month

2No. of Screens /same time viewing $35Advertised Cost/month Go To Site

Watch Super Bowl on Foxtel & ESPN

ESPN will be broadcasting Fox America’s coverage of Super Bowl LVIII, which you can watch on Channel 509 (ESPN) if you have a Foxtel subscription.

Watch Super Bowl on free-to-air TV

Channel 7 is continuing its coverage of the Super Bowl, with the match and post-game coverage to be shown on either Channel 7, 7Mate or 7Plus, depending on your location. Check your local guide to see which channel, and at what time, the Super Bowl is on.

Watch Super Bowl on DAZN with NFL Game Pass

With a pro subscription of NFL Game Pass, you can stream the authentic American Super Bowl broadcast and the half-time show on DAZN. There is also a free tier of NFL Game Pass, however this does not allow users access to the Super Bowl.

What time does the Super Bowl start in Australia?

Super Bowl LVIII is set to kick off at 10:30am AEDT, with the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Kansas City Chiefs.

Where is the Super Bowl being played?

The Super Bowl will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, with future Super Bowls to be played at the following locations:

  • Super Bowl 59: Caesars Superdome – New Orleans
  • Super Bowl 60: Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara

Who’s performing in the Super Bowl half-time show?

While the majority of people tuning in will be doing so to watch the on-field action of the Super Bowl, some will be more interested in the half-time show. This year, fans can expect to see Usher take centre stage, with additional musical acts performing in the lead-up to the game.

How to watch the NFL Pro Bowl

NFL Pro Bowl

Coverage of the Pro Bowl is available via Kayo, ESPN and Channel 7, although coverage may be limited depending on the service. Arguably as big as the Super Bowl in terms of flashy plays, the Pro Bowl traditionally showcases the best players not involved in the Super Bowl in a number of team events between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC).

The 2023 Pro Bowl Games will be held from February 1st in Orlando, with various skills being shown, including flag football.

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Kate Lockyer
Kate Lockyer is a content producer for Canstar Blue’s Home and Lifestyle team. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of Queensland and has written for a variety of different organisations and publications for multiple years.

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