Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). It is one of the most-watched television events in the United States, usually held in February each year. As for the 57th Super Bowl, Fox Sports has the official broadcasting rights. If you own a Roku device, you can install the FOX Sports app to stream Super Bowl 2023. Additionally, you can also use other streaming services like DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, and Hulu to watch the game.
|Event||Super Bowl 2023|
|Date||February 12, 2023|
|Timing||6:30 pm ET|
|Venue||State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona|
|Streaming on||Fox Sports|
How to Watch Super Bowl on Roku With Cable
You can directly install the Fox Sports app on your Roku device to stream the 57th Super Bowl without interruptions.
 Turn on and connect your Roku device to a stable WiFi network.
 After that, press the Home button on your remote control.
 Once the home screen appears, select Streaming Channels → Search Channels.
 Enter Fox Sports using the virtual keyboard and pick the app from the search result.
 Next, click the Add Channel button to install the app on your Roku device.
 Further, click Go to Channel to launch the app.
 An activation code will appear once you launch the app. Note that code.
 Then, visit the Fox Sports activation website [https://go.foxsports.com/] on a web browser.
 Next, enter the activation code in the required field and hit Submit.
 Select your TV provider and sign in using your credentials.
 After entering the login credentials of your TV provider account, the Fox Sports Go will load on your Roku automatically. Now, stream the match right from the comfort of your home.
How to Watch Super Bowl on Roku Without Cable
If you haven’t opted for any cable TV provider subscription, you can use the streaming services that have access to Live Stream the Fox Sports channel.
The NFL app is the official app for the National Football League that provides access to view scores, news, stats, and highlights, including real-time coverage of all NFL games. If you have an active NFL+ subscription, you can watch Super Bowl on your Roku device after installing the NFL app.
- Pricing: $9.99/ month
- Installation Guide: NFL on Roku
- Free Trial: No
DirecTV stream is a dedicated streaming service from AT&T that allows users to access live TV and on-demand content. Besides Roku, it is also officially available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android, and iOS devices. Moreover, it also includes a cloud DVR to record your favorite shows and events.
- Pricing: Starts at $69.99/month
- Installation Guide: DirecTV Stream on Roku
- Free trial: 5-days
fuboTV is one of the most popular streaming services that offer live TV, on-demand, and sports programming at affordable prices. With fuboTV, you can access more than 230 live channels, including sports networks like NFL, NBA, MLB, and more.
- Pricing: Pro – $69.99/month, Elite – $79.99/month, Ultimate – $99.99/month, and Latino – $33/month
- Installation Guide: fuboTV on Roku
- Free trial: 7-days
Hulu + Live TV
With a Hulu + Live TV subscription, you can access popular live TV content, including Super Bowl. Like other services, it also features cloud DVR to record your favorite shows for offline streaming.
- Pricing: $69.99/month (with ads), $82.99/month (without ads)
- Installation Guide: Hulu on Roku
- Free trial: No
Sling TV is a streaming service that lets you stream live TV with different subscription plans. After subscribing to Sling TV, you can watch more than 47 channels, including A&E, AMC, NFL, Redzone, NHL, and more. In addition, you can also pick your favorite channels to create a customized lineup.
- Pricing: Sling Orange – $40/month, Sling Blue – $40/month, Sling Orange + Blue – $55/month
- Installation Guide: Sling TV on Roku
- Free trial: No
Frequently Asked Question
Yes. The 2023 Super Bowl will be available on 4K through Fox Sports distributors, including DirecTV, Verizon FiOS, Optimum, Comcast Xfinity, and more.