The 2024 Super Bowl will take place in Las Vegas, but fans who can’t attend have several options to follow the event live from their homes
Every year millions of fans inside and outside the United States look forward to the Super Bowl, the NFL’s end-of-season game, which unveils the name of the season’s champion. This event is the most important after Thanksgiving in that country, and it means a high income for the different companies.
In 2024, the protagonists will be the Kansas City Chiefs (American Conference) and San Francisco 49ers (National Conference). The former will aim to defend the title they won in 2023 and the latter went through the entire regular season as favorites, especially because of the role of coach Kyle Shanahan.
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) February 5, 2024
The California franchise hasn’t won a Vince Lombari trophy since 1995 and that’s why he’s hoping to do it this time. In this regard, an analysis by ESPN states that the group arrives “as healthy as could be expected and has more offensive power.”
The meeting will take place on February 11 at 6:30 pm (Eastern Time). The venue will be the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, which opened on July 31, 2020 and has a capacity of 65,000 spectators.
Below are the options to watch the game live from different countries:
Where to watch Super Bowl 2024 live, TV and streaming in the United States?
CBS is the first channel to obtain the broadcasting rights, joining Nickelodeon and Univision (which will provide stories in Spanish). The game will be streamed on NFL+ and Fubo.
Where to watch Super Bowl 2024 live, TV and streaming in Mexico?
Here you should tune in: ESPN, Channel 5, TV Azteca and Fox Sports on TV, while on the Internet: NFL Game Pass International, ViX and Star+. The latter is the only platform in Latin America that broadcasts ESPN content, although it requires a paid subscription.
Where to watch Super Bowl 2024 live, TV and streaming in the rest of Latin America?
In Argentina, the alternatives on television are ESPN and Fox Sports, while in streaming you can sign up for NFL Game Pass International and Star+. In Brazil, the country with the most league fans in South America, the Super Bowl will be broadcast on ESPN and Rede TV. On the internet it will be shown on Star+ and the National Football League pass.