How To Stream The Superbowl From Australia

How To Stream The Superbowl From Australia

If you’re a sportball fan struggling to watch the Superbowl theatrics from Australia, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to watch and stream the Superbowl in Australia.

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The Superbowl will kick off in Australia at 10:30am (AEDT), and there are three different ways to watch it.

If you’re a Foxtel subscriber, ESPN will be playing the big game from 10am, but you’ll miss out on all the awesome Superbowl ads. Don’t worry, though: we’ll have them for you later.

If you’re a Foxtel Go subscriber, you can watch the ESPN live stream on your tablet or laptop. Game-day coverage streams from 10am to 2pm (AEDT).

If you’re a free-to-air viewer, ONE HD will stream the game live from 10am (AEDT) also.

If you’d rather duck the local providers and stream it direct from the US, however, you’ll need a decent VPN on hand. Fox Sports is live streaming the broadcast, including all the excellent commercials, live online from its website. You can get to that here, and access the stream by clicking the big Live Stream button in the banner.