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Here's Where You Can Stream the 2024 Super Bowl If You Suddenly Care About the NFL

Usher is doing the half-time show and, yes, Taylor Swift has made it to Las Vegas after her Tokyo 'Eras' gigs.
By Sarah Ward
February 12, 2024
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By Sarah Ward
February 12, 2024
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One day a year, each and every year, American football attracts fans around the world who don't watch any NFL games at any other time. The reason: the Super Bowl. Maybe you just check it out for the half-time show. Perhaps you're just keen on the film and TV trailers that drop during the match. Either way, there's no avoiding Super Bowl Monday, as it is in Australia, when it rolls around.

The 2024 Super Bowl is different. The Kansas City Chiefs are taking on the San Francisco 49ers. Usher is doing the mid-game performance. But plenty of people watching will be hoping to say "yeah!" to a different music superstar. Everyone knows that Taylor Swift is dating Travis Kelce, who plays for the Chiefs. In fact, the NFL has already confirmed that Swift is on the ground in Las Vegas for the match.

So, where can you watch in Australia? If you're streaming along from work or home, you have a few options. Via free-to-air TV, 7mate and 7plus are showing the game, which starts at 10.30am AEDT / 10am ACT / 9.30am AEST / 7.30am AWST, with coverage commencing half an hour earlier. Or, if you have Foxtel or Kayo, you can also stream the match there.

The half-time show is expected to kick off at midday AEDT / 11.30am ADCT / 11am AEST / 9am AWST.

D.roller.saparena via Wikimedia Commons

While much of the focus has been on Swift, including if she'd make to Las Vegas after her Tokyo Eras gigs before heading to Australia for her Down Under tour leg, there's another reason for Aussies to be interested. Mitch Wishnowsky plays for the 49ers, and could become the first Australian to play in and win the Super Bowl if his team beats the Chiefs.

Jesse Williams received a Super Bowl ring for the Seattle Seahawks in 2024, but didn't actually play in the match.

The Chiefs also won 2023's Super Bowl, plus 2020's — against the the 49ers in the latter.

Accedie via Wikimedia Commons

The 2024 Super Bowl takes place from 10am AEDT / 10am ACT / 9am AEST / 7.30am AWST on Monday, February 12 in Australia. Watch along via 7mate and 7plus, Foxtel or Kayo.

Top image: All-Pro Reels from District of Columbia via Wikimedia Commons.

Published on February 12, 2024 by Sarah Ward
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