The 2021 NFL just kicked off, after a tumultuous 2020 season. If you still have cable, you can follow this year’s season live on NBC. For everyone else, there are alternative ways available to catch the action. For iPhone, iPad, and Mac owners, we have created a quick guide on how to live stream football games on your phone or laptop and cast it to your Smart TV screen.
Step 1: Choose a live streaming service
Stream the Super Bowl live on the Yahoo Sports app!
Super Bowl LVI can be live-streamed on the Yahoo Sports app* and Screen Mirrored to your TV with one of the AirBeamTV apps of choice! As a bonus, viewers can use the “Watch Together” feature in the Yahoo Sports App that allows fans to stream the game with up to three friends from different locations.
NBC will be the traditional television broadcast home of the Super Bowl. Super Bowl LVI will take place on February 13, 2022, at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. This year’s Super Bowl halftime show will be headlined by five different legends of the hip-hop scene: Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige and Snoop Dogg.
Hot tip: You can also cast your phone on a computer or laptop screen using our Mirror for Mac or Windows PC app (including a free trial period).
*Geographic limitations may apply.
Paid NFL and Super Bowl Live Streams
USA: FuboTV – FuboTV is a sports-focused streaming service. They offer different packages starting at $64.99/mo, including a 7-Day Free Trial. They count on over 65 channels and several a la carte channel additions ranging from $5 to $29 a month.
Canada: DAZN: If you are looking for an option to watch the NFL in Canada, DAZN holds the rights for streaming NFL in that country. You can opt for a monthly or yearly subscription. Prices start at CAD 20.
United Kingdom: NowTV – Are you located in the UK instead? NowTV offers daily and monthly passes, starting from £4.99/day.
Australia: Foxtel Now is a great option to watch football matches. They offer a 10-day trial, but you need to acquire their Sports Pack. With it, you can also stream over 40 different sports, like the coverage of AFL, NRL, NBA, NFL, Super Rugby, Australian & European football, Supercars, Formula 1™, and international cricket.
Alternatively, you can also sign up to the NFL Gamepass, see costs on their website. It also includes a free trial!
Start streaming a football match from your MacBook screen to your TV with one of our AirBeamTV apps.
Free Streaming Platforms
Free: VipLeague – You can visit the website and stream the Super Bowl or any sporting event of your choice. Although most streamers hail VIPleague as being one of the best streaming sites out there, it is blocked by some ISPs in some jurisdictions. To enjoy this site in regions where it is blocked, you should connect via a VPN to bypass the restrictions.
Free: ESPN.com/Watch – ESPN Watch design is appealing and professional, implying that users can enjoy the taste of a premium streaming site.
Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee that the actual Super Bowl or any other match will be live-streamed by any of the websites mentioned above due to possible limitations and content blocking. Although streaming is legal in most jurisdictions, the access to these sites may be blocked by the ISP.
Step 2: Download the AirBeamTV Mirror App
After you have subscribed to your favorite streaming service, let’s get the game started! Make any NFL match available for everybody to watch by casting your phone or computer screen on the big TV. AirBeamTV has an app that will do just that! Mirror the screen of your iPhone, iPad or Mac computer or laptop wirelessly to your Smart TV.
Step 3: Mirror your screen on TV
Now you are all set to start enjoying streaming the Super Bowl match with your friends and family! Before mirroring your screen please take the following information into account:
- The app will work on most Smart TV models from 2012 and onward
- Mac users should download a separate audio driver to enable sound and use Chrome Browser
- There is a 3-second delay between your device and the TV
- The app will probably not work with a VPN connection