It’s almost time for the the 2022 Super Bowl live stream. As usual, the broadcasting rights for the big game rotates between the three main NFL broadcasters: CBS, NBC and FOX, and this year the game will be broadcast on NBC.

Originally, NBC was supposed to air the 2021 Super Bowl but the network requested a switch so they could broadcast both the Winter Olympics and the Super Bowl on the same year.

It’s the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals that compete in tonight’s matchup, which is a TV phenomenon which goes way beyond just sports. Many of America’s biggest corporations usually go all out to make a commercial that, come Monday, will be worthy of a mention around the water-cooler (or the daily Zoom meeting for those that are not on-location). Then there is also the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime show, which for most musicians is one of the high points of their career. This year, a team of hip-hop juggernauts are set to take the stage during halftime as Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Doog, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige will entertain viewers.

Where and when is the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 2022 will take place in Inglewood, California, at the SoFi Stadium. It’s a recently built stadium, which was completed in 2020 at the cost of $5.5 billion, and is the most expensive stadium ever built. It’s also the first venue in the 86 year history of the Rams franchise to be specifically designed for their team.

Kick-off time is set for 3:30 PM PT / 11:30 PM GMT / 3:30 AM GST.

How to stream the Super Bowl

Most of the live TV services we support offer their viewers a chance to watch the Super Bowl. That includes Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, Fubo TV and DirecTV Stream. They all include NBC.

You can also watch the game through Peacock Premium, NBC’s very own streaming service, if you opt for their $5/month plan with ads or $10/month for a commercial free plan. It’s worth noting that the commercial free plan is probably limited to on-demand viewing, so we reckon that viewers will see ads with live TV programming.

If you prefer to watch the UK broadcast of the Super Bowl, then you can do that on either BBC One via BBC iPlayer (which is free) or through Sky Sports via Now TV. Both BBC iPlayer and Now TV are supported by playmoTV.

Outside the US? No Problem

If you’re outside the US, then sign up for playmoTV DNS, configure your device to use our Smart DNS servers and watch the game on any of the services mentioned above. Our service works on smart devices like Apple TV, Fire TV and game consoles so you can watch the big game on your big screen TV.