Super Bowl LIV will be broadcast on FOX this Sunday, February 2, beginning at 6:30 pm Eastern with the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers playing against the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs. Roku has removed several standalone Fox channels from the channel store due to a carriage dispute, leading many Roku users to worry about how they can watch the game. But there's no need to worry - even if Roku doesn't restore the Fox channels before Sunday's kickoff, there are other ways to stream the Super Bowl through your Roku device.
The NFL has confirmed to Fast Company that they will stream the game for free on the Roku NFL app as planned. Also, only the standalone Fox apps are affected by the Roku/Fox dispute, and Roku users can also watch the Fox broadcast on pay streaming services such as Sling TV, FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV, many of which offer free trials. Just be sure to check that the service and plan you select includes Fox in your geographic location.