The 2016 NFL season is over and Super Bowl 2017 Live Sunday has finally arrived. On Sunday, February 5 at 3:30 PM PT / 6:30 PM ET, the Atlanta Falcons will face off against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. While this will be the seventh appearance of the Patriots since 2000, the Falcons have not been since 1999. In fact, that was the only Atlanta appearance to date, and they lost.
But nearly two decades later, the Falcons have returned to the title game, with QB Matt Ryan being named the NFL MVP and offensive player of the year after setting the Falcons franchise records for passing yards, touchdowns and more. The question is, will be enough to stop the unstoppable patriots of Tom Brady.
If you want to see the game (which we assume you do), you have several options to choose from. If you have cable or an over-the-air antenna, you can simply tune into Fox to see the game and all the coverage before the game. If you are not near a TV or do not have cable access, you can go to FoxSportsGo.com on your computer or download the Fox Sports Go mobile application on Android or iOS.
Although you usually have to log in with cable information to access the application, Fox is broadcasting the game for free on Sunday, so all you have to do is tap into the sequence and start watching. The application is also available for a wide variety of other devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and Xbox One.
Unfortunately, the Fox Sports Go application is not available on PlayStation 4, but if you’re desperate to see it on the Sony gaming console, you can sign up for a free PlayStation Vue trial and tune the game that way. Just be sure to unsubscribe immediately so you do not forget and receive an unwanted charge.
Verizon Wireless has gained exclusive access to the NFL Mobile application for its subscribers, so that, unless it is a Verizon customer, you will not be able to stream the game or any coverage from your smartphone.
As always, Fox will host a variety of pre-game entertainment all morning and afternoon. The official Fox Super Bowl 2017 Live Pregame show starts at 2:00 PM ET however, and will get you all the way to the game at 6:30 PM. If you’re only here for Lady Gaga, the halftime show should start around 8:30 PM.
Finally, in case you’re curious, the Patriots are currently 3 point favorites over the Falcons, as they have been since the matchup was established. Can Matt Ryan and Julio Jones beat the odds and give the Falcons their first Super Bowl 2017 Live victory in franchise history? We’ll find out tonight when the game starts at 6:30 PM ET.