How to listen to Super Bowl LIV (54)

Every year, millions of American football fans celebrate the Superbowl, the annual party National Football League of America. On this de facto national holiday, family and friends gather around TV to cheer on your favorite team.

But not everyone gets to watch the Super Bowl on television. Fortunately, if you find yourself without access to a TV, there are several ways to listen to the big game.

Super Bowl LIV (54) Date, time and channel

Date : Sunday February 6, 2022

start time : 6:30 p.m. ET

Equipment :TBD

Location : SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

Network TV Broadcast : Fox

radio transmission : Westwood One Network

broadcasts online : Fox Sports Mobile App and Fox Sports website

Listen on SiriusXM Satellite Radio

SiriusXM Satellite Radio is a satellite radio subscription service that broadcasts the Super Bowl, as well as many other sporting events. Various channels will broadcast the game in languages ​​other than English as well.

With SiriusXM, listen to every NFL game during the season, as well as NFL-related talk shows and analysis.

Listen with Westwood One network stations

The Super Bowl It will be broadcast on Westwood One Sports affiliated radio stations. Westwood has locations across the country, so you’ll need to check a list of stations using the company’s interactive map to locate the one closest to you.

Listen with TuneIn Radio

TuneIn Radio broadcasts the Super Bowl and other games from the NFL through its “premium” subscription service. Listen to podcasts, analysis and sports talk about the Super Bowl in the lead up to the game, as well as after.

Listen with NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass, a subscription service, allows you to listen to live broadcasts of NFL games, including the Super Bowl, through a smartphone, tablet or computer. The service also allows subscribers to watch replays of all NFL games after they have aired live.

Listen with the NFL App

Previously a benefit only to Verizon customers, now everyone can stream NFL games on mobile devices with the NFL app. The free broadcast is limited to games in local markets and national games in prime time, but includes games from playoffs and the Super Bowl, which comes in handy if you’re driving and want to hear the big game.

Get updates from ESPN Radio

ESPN Radio will provide Super Bowl updates, and ESPN.com, which you can access through your computer or smartphone, provides updates on all the matches of the NFL, including the Super Bowl.

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