The biggest football game of the year is finally here. On Sunday in Atlanta, 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will have a chance to win a sixth Super Bowl since 2001, while 33-year-old coaching phenom Sean McVay and the young Rams attempt to start a dynasty of their own. The Rams arrive at Mercedes-Benz Stadium after a highly controversial road win over the Saints, and the team of Super Bowl officials will be under even greater scrutiny than normal on Sunday. So, what time should you tune in?
Super Bowl 53 will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS.
You can stream the game for free online via CBSSports.com, or through the CBS Sports app on a mobile device. You can access the CBS Sports app through a Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or Chromecast device.
Additionally, you can live stream the Super Bowl for free on fuboTV with a 7-day trial.
Commentator Jim Nantz will be on the call alongside Tony Romo.
The halftime show will include performances by Maroon 5, Travis Scott and Big Boi.
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