Super Bowl LII is still a ways away, and we don't know who will be playing in the game or exactly when kickoff will be. But we do know how you can watch it on game day.
There are numerous ways to stream the game, and this year there are more than ever. It'll be live on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports Live app for connected TVs and tablets. It will also be streaming on fuboTV, Playstation Vue, Hulu with Live TV, SlingTV and other live streaming services that carry NBC programming. But you'll have to make sure whatever service you're using carries your local NBC affiliate. Our friends at CNET can help you out with that.
On mobile it can be streamed via the Yahoo Sports app. In December, Verizon and the NFL reached a new deal to more widely distribute NFL content across mobile platforms in December, and so the Super Bowl will be available on Yahoo Sports for the first time this year. Previously it was only available on the official NFL app for Verizon customers, which is still the case this year. So if you have a provider other than Verizon, Yahoo Sports is your best bet for mobile.
Super Bowl LII will take place at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. Justin Timberlake will headline the halftime show.