3 Ways to Stream the Patriots vs Rams Super Bowl Outside the US

Last Updated by Gray Williams on May 09, 2019

While Super Bowl LIII (53) is being broadcast in over 200 countries, if you’re traveling or don’t have a cable subscription you may have a hard time finding a way to stream the game.

We’ve got 3 easy solutions for you, so put your beer on ice and get out the chips and dip and get ready to watch the New England Patriots take on the LA Rams for the right to hold the Lombardi Trophy.

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3 Ways to Stream Super Bowl LIII

Here is a quick rundown of the top options. You can click on any of them for more information.

  1. CBS All AccessCBS is broadcasting Super Bowl LIII is the US, and the game will be live streamed on their app.
  2. BBC iPlayer – If you don’t care about the US commercials that air during the game, this is a great free way to watch the game.
  3. Cord Cutting Options – If you have Hulu Live, YouTube TV, or Sling TV we have the hack you need to watch from outside the US.

The one common denominator that you will need for all of the above options is a fast VPN that can bypass geo restrictions.

Our personal favorite is NordVPN, it has everything you need to watch the big game in HD without any buffering issues and a low monthly price.

Another great benefit is it has a 30-day money back guarantee, which means that you can actually buy the VPN before kickoff on February 3rd and request a full refund within 30 days.

1 Watch Super Bowl LIII Live with CBS All Access for FREE From Anywhere

CBS owns the broadcast rights to Super Bowl LIII in the US and they are streaming the game on their CBS All Access platform. You can try it free for a week, which is plenty of time to enjoy the Super Bowl, but you will need a US payment method.

It’s also available for Amazon Prime subscribers (which also has a free trial) and you wouldn’t need a US payment method to sign up. In both cases you will need a VPN because they will not stream the game outside the US.

  1. Get a VPN that is proven to unblock CBS All Access. We’ve tested NordVPN extensively and the results have always been great.
  2. Connect with a US server
  3. Create an account for CBS All Access or Amazon Prime
  4. The broadcast will obviously be the main CBS announcers and include all the US commercials that have become such a huge of the Super Bowl event.
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2 Watch Super Bowl LIII Live on the BBC iPlayer for FREE From Anywhere

If you don’t care about the commercials you can get a VPN and watch the game live on the BBC iPlayer for free.

  1. Get a fast VPN like ExpressVPN for a perfect HD stream. ExpressVPN comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, which means you can get it for the game and then cancel the account.
  2. Connect to a UK server
  3. Go to the BBC iPlayer and create a free account.
  4. The game is being broadcast on BBC One, with kickoff at 6:30 ET
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3 Stream Super Bowl LIII With a Live Streaming Service

If you’re traveling outside of the US you won’t be able to access your cord cutting solutions like Hulu Live, YouTube TV, FuboTV, or Sling TV accounts without connecting a VPN. You’re paying for these services anyways, so you should be able to watch them.

  1. Get a VPN that will bypass geo-restriction. NordVPN is consistently one of the best and fastest VPNs we’ve tested and it will get you access to your lives tream.
  2. Connect to a US server.
  3. Login to your account and enjoy the game.
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If you want to set up accounts for any of these services from outside the US you can read our guides here:

Get Ready for an Epic Super Bowl Weekend

Over the past two decades this game has become must-see TV, whether you’re a football fan or not.

This years game is being seen by many as a changing of the guard. The Patriots, who are playing their third straight Super Bowl and the 9th since Tom Brady became the quarterback in 2002, are taking on the LA Rams, led by former number 1 draft pick, Jared Goff in just his third season and coach Sean McVay, the youngest coach to ever win a playoff game in NFL history.

The Patriots are starting out as 1 point favorites by most Las Vegas sports books , although the line is expected to move as we get closer to kickoff. Don’t forget, last year the Patriots went into the game as 14 point favorites and lost, which just comes to show you that anything can happen in the Super Bowl.

Don’t Miss Maroon 5 and the Super Bowl Commercials

It is truly a testament to the popularity of this game, or rather event, that many people will tune in just to see the commercials. CBS is reportedly charging over five million dollars for a 30 second spot during this years broadcast. Here are some of the best commercials from Super Bowl LII (52)

The other highlight for non-football fans is the halftime show. This has become the largest live concert in history, and throughout the years there have been some memorable performances. This year you can watch as Maroon 5 is headlining the halftime entertainment. They will be joined onstage by rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi.

There was a bit of controversy this year in choosing the halftime performers as the NFL’s top two choices, Rihanna and Cardi B refused to sing based on some of the racial tensions that have been plaguing the NFL for the past couple of seasons.

Use a VPN and Enjoy Super Bowl LIII (53) 

Whether you are a tuning in for the game itself or all the hype that surrounds it, don’t miss out because you can’t find a good way to watch it. It’s worth investing the few bucks for the VPN so you won’t miss a snap, commercial or song.

If you not familiar with what a VPN is you should check out our VPN Beginner’s Guide and see all the other benefits that come with a VPN.

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Gray Williams is an experienced data and communications engineer and cross-platform copy and content writer and editor with a keen interest in cybersecurity. He has been working with and researching, VPNs and other online privacy tools for many years.