How to watch Super Bowl LIII 2019 stream live on your phone: time, date and halftime show
This year's Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS, and, on top of seeing the AFC and NFC champions skirmishing for the right to hold the Lombardi Trophy, a halftime performance is scheduled by Maroon 5, though the National Anthem performer before kickoff is yet to be announced.
Bear in mind that CBS Sports will dedicate the whole day to the Super Bowl LIII coverage, so you may want to tune in much earlier with Bud, chips, and salsa for the festivities. Here are all the details:
When will the Super Bowl LIII be played
Super Bowl LIII (or the 53rd game in Roman numerals) will be held on Sunday, February 3rd, kickoff time is at 6:30pm Eastern/3:30pm Pacific.
Who will play in Super Bowl LIII
The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will face off in Super Bowl LIII. Both teams had drama-ridden semis that went into overtime.
Where will Super Bowl LIII be played
Super Bowl LIII will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, home of the Falcons. It's a new stadium that opened in 2017 and that will be the first Super Bowl hosted there, yet the third one to take place in Atlanta.
Where to watch the Super Bowl LIII streaming
Super Bowl LIII is on CBS this year and will be streamed for free for anyone that heads over to CBSSports.com on Sunday or the CBS Sports app for connected devices. It will also be available on the CBS All Access subscription plan which, however, sports a week of free trial.
Super Bowl LIII half-time show performance
The NFL has officially unveiled a Maroon 5 half-time show headlining, and the performance will be shared with Travis Scott and Big Boi, the oh so fresh oh so clean member of Outkast, and a Savannah native. Travis Scott will take part against a promise that the NFL will be donating $500,000 to the Dream Corps charity. The WWE is also resurrecting its Halftime Heat show with a 6-person tag team brawl, so there will be something for everybody.