Here's How To Watch The Super Bowl Without A Cable Subscription

Super Bowl LV is almost here, and fans will have their chicken wings, chips and dip, and beer ready to go as they watch the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And while shouting at the TV from your couch is a Super Bowl tradition, fans who don't have cable service don't need to worry. The 2021 Super Bowl is airing on CBS on Feb. 7, 2021, but fans who don't have CBS can watch the football game for free on

In addition to airing on the network and the website, the Super Bowl will be available for free on the CBS Sports app, as well as through the CBS All Access app, if you have that subscription. So there are plenty of ways to get your Game Day on. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. EST, so mark your calendar and bookmark the CBS Sports website now.

The 2021 Super Bowl halftime show will be one to remember

The COVID-19 pandemic isn't stopping the Super Bowl LV or its halftime show. For the 2021 Super Bowl, The Weeknd is performing, so get ready to hear classics like "Blinding Lights," "Can't Feel My Face," and "I Feel It Coming."

Plus, there's a chance that some of the artists The Weeknd has worked with in the past could make guest appearances at the Super Bowl, too. As Entertainment Tonight pointed out, the three-time Grammy winner has worked with everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Kenny G to Doja Cat, so there's no telling who could pop up at the halftime show. And amid a global pandemic that's devastated countless lives, some good old-fashioned pop music, combined with a high-stakes football game, is sure to lift many people's spirits while they're self-quarantined at home.

It will be hard to top 2020's fun performance by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, but anything is possible!