How to watch Super Bowl 50 for free on your TV, computer, tablet, phone or almost any device

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Super Bowl 50 signage is displayed around Super Bowl City. (Photo: Mike Windle/Getty Images)

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DENVER — There are lots of ways to watch the Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 for free, from almost any device you want to watch on.

The game kicks off at 4:30 p.m. MST on Sunday.


The game will be broadcast on CBS. If you don’t have cable, an antenna can get you the game in HD, for free.

Need advice on an antenna for your TV? Check out this list.


The game will stream for free on the CBS Sports website. You won’t need to log in with a cable account.

Streaming boxes

If you have an Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, or Andriod TV device you can stream the game using the CBS Sports app.

Just go onto your device and search for “CBS Sports” in the app store or channel store.


If you have an iPad, Andriod Tablet, or Windows Tablet, you can watch the game on the CBS Sports website.


Only Verizon Wireless customers can stream the game on their phones, using the NFL Mobile app. Keep in mind, it will use a lot of data, so you’ll want to connect to Wi-Fi.

Customers of AT&T, Sprint and other providers cannot stream Super Bowl 50 on their phones.

After the game

FOX31 Denver will be live with coverage from the Santa Clara, Calif., and Denver.

Watch on TV or the FOX31 Denver app for iPhone and Android.

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