Stream Super Bowl 50 on CBS Sports

We’re just hours away from seeing Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.  Along with the exciting game, we anticipate a great halftime show as Coldplay headlines with Beyonce and Bruno Mars joining them on stage.  Lady Gaga will be performing the Star Spangled Banner before the big game. Then of course there are the commercials which are said to cost $5 million for a 30 second spot this year.  Don’t miss a minute of the game.  You can stream all the excitement for free this year.  Watch on your computer or television for free with the CBS Sports app.

Super Bowl 50

I watched the Broncos beta the Patriots through the CBS Sports app a couple weeks ago and the stream was good.  It was interesting as my family had just moved and we were all set to watch the playoffs.  Then the snow came and DirecTV missed our install appointment.  That meant I had to find another way to watch Sunday’s games.  I’m happy o say that CBS was a positive experience.  I can’t say the same for Fox.  Their app was having issues.  Anyway, I grabbed the CBS Sports app and was able to watch the Broncos game.  Even more surprising was that the app didn’t ask me to log in to watch the game.  It looks like the Super Bowl stream will be free to watch as well which is great news for fans everywhere.

If you want to watch the big game on your computer, simply go to  You can always plug an HDMI cable to your TV to enjoy the stream.  Otherwise you can download the CBS Sports app for Xbox One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, and Roku.  Watching via mobile is a bit trickier.  You will need to be a Verizon customer to enjoy Super Bowl 50 on your phone.  You would do so through the NFL Mobile app.

Regardless of how you decide to watch the Super Bowl, I hope you have a great time this year.  We’re going to have our editorial team together for the big game.  We look forward to grilling out in the cold before the game and a lively time as we have a split group cheering for their favorite team to win.  Then there’s the commercials which never fail to entertain.  Don’t forget to prepare ahead of time.  I’m sure the CBS Sports app and website will see huge numbers as the day progresses.  I would suggest you hop in early as they plan to start coverage at 2 PM EST.  The game will start at 6:30 PM EST.  Enjoy the game and the commercials for Super Bowl 50.