Super Bowl LIV broadcaster, Fox Sports is to live stream the event for free, over digital platforms in more ways than ever before.
In addition to coverage and original shows from Fox Sports’ digital platforms, Fox’s Super Bowl LIV broadcast will be made available to streaming audiences in English and Spanish in a record number of ways: on the Fox Sports App, Fox Now, FOXSports.com, FOXDeportes.com, the NFL app, NFL.com and Yahoo Sports (mobile devices).
The game is also available on the 49ers’ and Chiefs’ mobile properties.
Fox Sports will also provide fans with a unique, second-screen digital experience — the “Super Bowl LIV Watch Party.” Three iconic Super Bowl champion quarterbacks, Joe Montana, Brett Favre and Drew Brees, will analyse Super Bowl LIV together and share their own Super Bowl experiences live on the FOX Sports app, FOXSports.com and @FOXSports social handles on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Caffeine. Fox Sports analyst Joel Klatt hosts the live stream, with an interactive format allowing fans to submit questions using the hashtag #AsktheLegends.
“This has been an extraordinary week for Fox Sports’ digital platforms, debuting innovative, groundbreaking experiences, and Sunday will be no different,” said David Katz, EVP & Head of Digital, Fox Sports. “In addition to the 49ers-Chiefs live stream, our Super Bowl LIV Watch Party stars legends Joe Montana, Brett Favre and Drew Brees, as they hang out together and share wisdom and personal stories that you won’t hear on the broadcast.”
Additional content highlights on Super Bowl Sunday include:
♦ Player warm-ups live stream: fans can watch the 49ers’ and Chiefs’ on-field warm-ups before the Super Bowl from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
♦ ASL “America The Beautiful” & “The Star-Spangled Banner” performances: live before the Super Bowl from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
♦ All-Access: 12 Fox Sports social media cameras on-site