Super Bowl 2023 TV Rights (Worldwide)

The annual championship match of the American National Football League (NFL) competition is known as the Super Bowl. Beyond any kind of doubt, it’s the most popular sports event in the entire North America let alone United States of America. The event which takes place during the very first week of the February, attracts a large number of followers across the planet. Last edition of the Super Bowl which took place in February, 2020 was broadcast through Fox and attracted as many as 99.9 million viewers. In this content, we will list out all the TV channels which broadcast Super Bowl in various countries of the world.

NFL Super Bowl 2023 TV Rights (Worldwide)

Super Bowl Broadcast TV ChannelsUnited States of America:

The broadcasting right of this seriously popular event gets rotated every year as various networks enjoy the right on different years. As we’ve mentioned it earlier the latest edition (LIV), which took place in 2020, was broadcast in English and Spanish language through Fox Sports network. The upcoming edition (LVII) which has been scheduled to be played on 12 February, 2023, will be available live in English language through CBS Sports while the Spanish language users can find the actions live via ESPN Deportes. However, the upcoming LVI and LVII editions in 2022 and 2023, will broadcast live through NBC and Fox respectively.

Date Edition Broadcasting Network or TV Channel
7 February, 2021 LV CBS (English), ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
6 February, 2022 LVI NBC (English)
5 February, 2023 LVII Fox (English)


In the following chart, we have put all the broadcasters which televise the Super Bowl in the American region excluding US.

Country or Region Broadcasting TV Channels or Sources
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela (South America) ESPN Latin America / FOX Sports Latin America
Brazil ESPN Brazil
Canada CTV
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama (Central America) ESPN Latin America / FOX Sports Latin America
Mexico ESPN Latin America / FOX Sports Latin America / Azteca Deportes / Televisa Deportes


Country or Region Broadcasting TV Channels or Sources
Andorra, Spain Vamos (Free), Movistar Deportes (Premium), Movistar+ (Pay)
Austria, Germany, Switzerland ProSieben (Free to Air), DAZN (Pay)
Belarus Viasat Sport
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia (Balkans) Sport Klub (Pay)
Belgium, Luxembourg and Portugal Eleven Sports (Pay)
Czech Republic and Slovakia Premier Sport (Pay)
Denmark Viasat Sport (TV3+. TV3 Sport 1, Viaplay) (Pay)
France L’Equipe (Free to Air), beIN SPORTS (Pay)
Hungary Arena4 (Pay)
Ireland, United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland) BBC One (Free to Air), Sky Sports NFL (Pay), Sky Sports Mix (Pay)
Italy DAZN (Pay)
Netherlands ESPN (Pay)
Russia Viasat Sport (Pay)

Asia and Oceania:

Country or Region Broadcasting TV Channels or Sources
Australia Seven Network / 7mate (Free to Air), ESPN Australia (Pay)
Indian Sub-Continent FanCode (Pay)
Indonesia, Timor Leste Mola TV (Pay Streaming)
Korea MBC Sports+ (Pay)
New Zealand ESPN Australia (Pay)
Thailand TrueVisions

Middle East and Africa:

beIN SPORTS holds the broadcasting right of the NFL matches including the Super Bowl in the Middle East and North African countries.

Country or Region Broadcasting TV Channels or Sources
Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen (MENA) beIN SPORTS (Pay)

Super Bowl LV Online Streaming Options in United States:

United States based viewers who would love to watch the Super Bowl through online streaming, will have various options to do so. These options are also very much handy for those followers who don’t have TV subscription at home.

  • CBS All Access will be the perfect platform for the US based followers to enjoy the Super Bowl LV. The online streaming platform of CBS, will stream the entire action live. This is also the cheapest way to enjoy the alluded event within the country. The service has two versions, one is with limited commercials and the other is commercial free. The monthly subscription fee for those two versions are 5.99 US Dollar and 9.99 US Dollar respectively. While the annual subscription make the users pay 59.99 US Dollar and 99.99 US Dollar respectively. However, to watch the Super Bowl, the monthly subscription will be enough for a subscriber.
  • In addition to these, English commentary version coverage will be also available through various online TV providers including fuboTV, AT&T TV Now, Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV. At this moment, each of fuboTV, Hulu+ Live TV and YouTube TV costs 64.99 US Dollar while AT&T TV Now‘s starting package charges 69.99 USD.
  • On the contrary, Spanish language users can find the live coverage of the upcoming Super Bowl 55, through ESPN Deportes via Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV and AT&T TV Now. In fact, the Hulu+ Live TV and Sling TV users will have to Add On “Espanol Add On” and “Best of Spanish TV” (each of them costs additional $5 for adding on) to get access into the channel meanwhile AT&T TV Now’s Ultimate package (94.99 USD) contains the mentioned channel.

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