How To Watch The 2017 Superbowl In Australia Live And Online (And Free)

How To Watch The 2017 Superbowl In Australia Live And Online (And Free)
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Today is Superbowl day. It’s the 50th anniversary of the biggest of big games, and the New England Patriots will square off against the Atlanta Falcons. If you want to watch along in Australia — on TV or online — here’s how you can do that. It won’t even cost you anything!

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The best place in Australia to watch the 2017 Superbowl online is Channel Seven’s PLUS7. Unlike other online streaming TV, you don’t need to sign up for an account, and live streaming will kick off at 10:00AM AEDT.

Foxtel Play is your other choice for PC or Mac streaming, as long as you have a subscription. If you don’t, there’s a two-week free trial available.


If you have a Foxtel cable subscription, tune into the ESPN channel (508 in HD, 1508 in SD) from 10:30AM AEDT and watch along.

Free-to-air TV is showing the Superbowl this year, too, with Channel Seven starting its broadcast from 10:00AM AEDT.

On Mobile

If you have the Foxtel Go app and a subscription on your mobile or tablet (Android or iOS), select the main ESPN channel for live streaming from 10:30AM.

Channel Seven’s PLUS7 app (Android and iOS) will also be streaming Superbowl LI live from 10:00AM on its main channel.