Where to watch the Super Bowl 52 2018 online in Australia

Olivia Harris 4 February 2018 NEWS


The Philadelphia Eagles go up against the New England Patriots this Monday.

UPDATE 3.2.2017: We've updated the guide below to include the time and date of the event.

The Super Bowl is the largest sporting event of the year, with the grand finals of the NFL football season taking place during the Thanksgiving period for the ultimate holiday weekend.

From the football to the half-time specials and the ridiculous ads, there is something for everyone at the Super Bowl.

Where to watch online in Australia

If you have a Foxtel cable subscription then you will be able to tune into the ESPN channel (508 in HD and 1508 in SD). The program starts at 10:30 AM AEDT on Monday, 5 February. Free-to-air TV will be showing the Super Bowl again this year on Channel Seven, starting from 10:00 AM AEDT on Monday, 5 February.

Online, Channel Seven is streaming the Super Bowl on 7Plus. No account is required to view this online streaming service and it will start at 10:00 AM AEDT.

For mobile users, the Foxtel Go app along with a current subscription service will allow you to watch on the main ESPN channel for live streaming on your mobile or tablet. Channel Seven’s 7Plus app will also be streaming the game live on mobile and tablets.

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If you attempt to use Channel Seven 7Plus with an IP address outside Australia, you will receive a geo-block error. If you are abroad during this time you can use a VPN to access Channel Seven 7Plus internationally.

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