How to Watch Super Bowl 2022 on Roku

February 11, 2022 - 14:24 -- RokuGuide

Super Bowl 2022 on RokuSuper Bowl LVI, which pits the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals for the NFL championship, is this Sunday, February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. ET, but coverage starts at 12:00 Noon ET with "Road to the Super Bowl," followed by "Super Bowl LVI Pregame Show" at 1:00 p.m. ET. Here is how to stream all the action live on your Roku device or Roku TV.

This year's game will be broadcast only on NBC and streamed on NBCUniversal's Peacock service (premium subscription required). If you don't have cable TV or another pay TV service and you're hoping to watch Super Bowl 2022 for free, your options are limited. Unless you have an over-the-air antenna and can receive a local NBC affiliate station, you will need to sign up for free trial from one of the following live TV streaming services:

Sling TVSling TV has a 7-day free trial and includes NBC in it's Sling Blue package in select markets. If NBC isn't available at your location, you can still watch the Super Bowl at no additional charge using the NBC Sports Roku app. If you decide to keep Sling Blue after the big game, it costs only $35/month for 42 channels, but you won't be charged until the end of your free trial. More information is available on our Sling TV Roku channel page.

DIRECTV STREAMDIRECTV STREAM is currently offering a 5-day free trial of its live-streaming TV service that includes local channels, including NBC. Sign up for a free trial and you won't be charged until the end of the trial period. If you decide to keep DIRECTV STREAM, pricing starts at $69.99/month for the Entertainment package with over 65 channels. More information is available on our DIRECTV STREAM Roku channel page.

fuboTVfuboTV also has a 7-day free trial that includes local NBC stations and the ability to authenticate the NBC Sports app for Super Bowl streaming. fuboTV is a sports-centered service, so you may want to continue with the service after your trial period ends. Pricing starts at the equivalent of $64.99/month for the Starter package with over 112 channels, but fuboTV recently dropped its monthly subscriptions and now offers only quarterly packages that are prepaid every 3 months. More information is available on our fuboTV Roku channel page.

If you don't want to use a free trial to a live TV streaming service, you can stream the Super Bowl on the Peacock Roku app. Peacock doesn't offer a free trial, but you can subscribe to Peacock Premium for only $4.99/month and cancel at any time. The Plus plan, for $9.99/month, lets you stream ad-free.

And don't forget - if you already subscribe to a participating cable TV service, you can also stream the game on the NBC Sports Roku app. This comes in handy if you're watching on a TV this isn't connected to your home cable service, but you do have Internet and access to a Roku device.