How to watch Super Bowl LI on Sunday
It's that time of year again: the Super Bowl.
The New England Patriots will face off against the Atlanta Falcons at 6:30 p.m. ET this Sunday, Feb. 5, in Houston, Texas. Also, Lady Gaga will be there.
But if you're not invited to a Super Bowl party, what's the best way to watch?
1. On TV
The game will air on your local Fox station, whatever channel that may be. Watch live on the big screen for the best views of the gridiron (and, let's face it, the commercials).
2. At FoxSportsGo.com
Fox will stream the game this year at foxsportsgo.com. Just for the Super Bowl, Fox won't require a cable login.
3. The FoxSportsGo app
Same deal, but with Fox's app.
4. The NFL app
Verizon customers can stream the game through the NFL app for no additional charge from Verizon.
Snapchat might not play the actual game, but the app will show you pretty much everything else happening during the Super Bowl. The NFL channel on Snapchat Discover will be full of highlights from the game, with photos and videos taken by fans and players.
Twitter won't broadcast the game in full either, but the app wants you to tweet about it and see videos from teams and fans on Twitter Moments and Periscope.
Nope, Facebook won't stream the game either. But go to the Sports tab in the Facebook app for live stats and commentary from leagues, teams and media outlets.
8. In VR
Download the Fox Sports VR app to watch the Super Bowl in virtual reality. The app won't offer the full game in VR, but viewers can see highlights from the game in a nearly 360-degree "virtual suite."
9. In Houston
Maybe it's not too late to get tickets?? Hamilton will be there.