NFL fans have been anxiously awaiting the Superbowl to be played in Rome, Italy, since the beginning of 2018.
Now, thanks to the World Cup, they can enjoy the spectacle live on a big screen in Rome.
The Super Bowl will be played on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.
ET on the CBS Sports Network, ESPN, WatchESPN, Watch ESPN2, and the NFL Network.
The game will also be streamed on WatchESPN and WatchESPN2, as well as on Watch CBS Sports.
While most NFL fans will be watching on a TV set, the game will be shown on a large screen.
You can watch the game live at CBSSports.com and CBSSportsTV.com, as the NFL’s network will air the game via its NFL Network, CBS Sports Radio, and CBS Sports Mobile app.
To get the most out of the event, CBSSports and CBSsports.com have partnered to stream the game on CBS Sports Live, a subscription-based streaming service that is available for $7.99 per month.
All streaming access to the game is available to NFL players and coaches who have access to an NFL Network subscription.
CBSSports Live also includes the ability to watch NFL games on CBSSports Network, as long as you subscribe to the CBSSportsNetwork app.
If you are a CBSSports subscriber, you can stream the Super.com live stream on the App.
You may also view the stream using the CBSLive app for iOS or Android.
For those who don’t have an NFL subscription, CBSLive also offers the ability, as of today, to stream NFL games via the NFL App on the Apple App Store and Google Play.