One of the important sporting events of the year, Super Bowl LV is going to take place on Sunday, 7th February 2021. The first match of the tournament will be hosted at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida.
Here in this article, we have covered in detail how to stream Super Bowl 2021 on Android, Chromecast, Chromebooks, or Android TV.
Super Bowl LV: How to Stream on Android, Chromecast, Chromebooks, or Android TV
If you are using Android or Android TV, then there are three apps available for streaming Super Bowl LV. These Apps include :
The above three applications are available both on android phones, tablets as well as Android TVs like the Nvidia Shield.
You’ll be able to enjoy the Super Bowl LV by accessing the above apps for free without advertisements. NFL apps allow users to watch only through a mobile data connection unless you log in with a TV provider such as Dish, Spectrum, Verizon, or others. Also, you’ll not able to stream the Super Bowl game through Yahoo Sports on Android TV.
FOX Sports comes with the least restrictions as it streams seamlessly both on Android and Android TV.
Live TV Streaming Services is another best option available for watching the game both on Android and Android TV. You can access the game on YouTube TV, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, and others. Most of these also offer temporary free trials if you want to give them a test run before paying up. The above services on average cost around $50/month.
You can also watch the Super Bowl LV event with Chromecast support by using any of the previously mentioned Live TV services. These services provide support to Google’s Chromecast dongle in their Android and iOS apps, as well as streaming through web apps. To stream Super Bowl LIV on Chromebook, you can visit NFL’s official website.