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Where can I watch the Super Bowl LVI live?

So here we are, the end of another NFL season which can only mean one thing. It’s time for the Super Bowl! Super Bowl LVI is due to take place on February 13th 2022 at the SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California with favorites LA Rams taking on the Cincinnati Bengals. Last year Super Bowl attracted over 96.4 million viewers in the US and estimated that a further 30 million people around the world tuned in to watch the action. Due to the high viewing numbers, the Super Bowl has become very popular with advertisers with them paying an average of $7 Million US Dollars for a 30-second advert to be played! Apart from the main event, the Half Time show has become a tradition since the first Super Bowl was played in 1967 with big names such as Michael Jackson, Prince, U2, Katy Perry and Justin Timberlake taking to the stage in the past. In this article today I’m going to tell you where you can watch all the action live on February 13th 2022 through StreamLocator.

Who’s playing in the Super Bowl LVI?

Super Bowl LVI will match up NFC winners Los Angeles Rams better known as the LA Rams against the Cincinnati Bengals.

This will be the LA Rams fifth Super Bowl appearance, the last time they played in a Super Bowl was in 2018’s Super Bowl LIII where they lost 13 - 3 vs the New England Patriots. The last time LA Rams won a Super Bowl was 22 years ago in Super Bowl XXXIV. The Rams will be determined more than ever add another Super Bowl trophy to their cabinet. This season the LA Rams finished with 12-5 in their fifth year with Head Coach Seas McVay. Players to watch out for in the LA Ram’s roster is QB Matthew Stafford who this season had a career-high in 41 touchdowns and a completion percentage of 67.2%. Staford also set a franchise record for single season pass completions and passing yards while tying the passing touchdown record. Offensively wide receiver Odell Beckahm Jr added 537 yards with 5 touchdowns. Defensively eyes will be on Aaron Donald who this season led the Rams in the number of sacks.

For the Cincinnati Bengals, this will be their third Super Bowl appearance after losing in 1981’s Super Bowl XVI and 1988’s Super Bowl XXIII. Entering the 2021 season the Bengals were considered unlikely to make the Super Bowl. They had finished the previous three seasons bottom of the AFC North and had not made the playoffs since 2015. Head Coach Zac Taylor finished the season with a 10-7 record making the 2021 playoffs. The Bengals brushed off the LA Raiders, Tennessee Titans and the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. Players to look out for in the Cincinnati Bengals camp are Ja’Marr Chase who has set rookie and franchise receiving records, C. J. Uzomah had a breakout season by setting career highs in receiving yards and touchdowns. Defensively Pro Bowl picks Hendrickson ranked fifth in sacks.

Who’s performing the halftime show in the Super Bowl LVI?

This years halftime show is set to be huge! With Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendric Lamar all headlining the show. Fans of rap music in the 90’s will be glued to the screen hoping that hit’s like Forgot About Dre, The Next Episode, Nuthin’ But a G Thang and Straight Outta Compton all likely to play. The show is also being produced by Jayz and Roc nation so it will be sure to be electrifying.

Where Can I watch the Super Bowl LVI through StreamLocator?

The best place to watch the Super Bowl LVI on StreamLocator would be through the UK’s free to air BBC iPlayer app. BBC show’s the Super Bowl live in HD ad free with the feed coming directly from the US. StreamLocator customers all over the world can access BBC iPlayer straight to there devices using the StreamLocator Hub. Customers of the StreamLocator android app can also view BBC iPlayer free all over the world.

If you prefer to have the full US experience of the Super Bowl then NBC will be showing the Super Bowl LVI with adverts through streaming app Peacock TV Premium.

The Step by Step guide to signing up to BBC iPlayer for the Super Bowl LVI:

Step 1: Purchase a StreamLocator Hub

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Step 2: Connecting your devices

Once receiving the StreamLocator hub, you can set up and connect your devices to the “StreamLocator” WiFi network. After connecting, BBC i Player will relocate automatically with the StreamLocators built-in software

Step 3: Install the BBC iPlayer app for your devices

The most effective way to use the BBC iPlayer streaming service is to install the app on streaming devices like your Fire TV, Apple TV, Smart TV or mobile devices such as Android/iOS phones and tablets.

Ask our experts at support@streamlocator.com for instructions for your devices.

Step 4: Sign up to BBC iPlayer through your device

Once you have downloaded the app all you need to do is register for a free account for BBC iPlayer. Once you have registered you devices you will then be able to watch the Super Bowl LVI 2022 live and for free!

Step 5: Watch the Super Bowl LVI through BBC iPlayer with your StreamLocator

The StreamLocator hub allows you to watch the Super Bowl LVI 2022 live. By signing up for the StreamLocator's subscription service, you will be able to watch the content that you want to watch with ease.

StreamLocator's technology is unique compared to using a VPN because it doesn’t slow down your internet speeds as a VPN does. This is very important when streaming live sports where

So there we are! Hopefully by now you have some insight to the Super Bowl LVI and how you can watch it through StreamLocator.