The most-awaited sporting event in America, Super Bowl LIII, is just around the corner. The entire American football community is already hyped about watching their favorite teams fight it out in the 53rd Super Bowl, scheduled on February 3, 2019.
The match will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. It will be the third Super Bowl in Atlanta city with the first being Super Bowl XXVIII played in 1944 and the second was hosted in 2000.
Apart from that, the live coverage of the sports will be broadcasted by a limited number of channels restricted to their home regions. For instance, in the US, it will be broadcasted by CBS, Sky Sports in the UK and CTV in Canada.
Regardless, if you are traveling outside the US during the event, you may probably want to check our guide on how to watch Super Bowl on Kodi from anywhere. After all, the channels listed above are behind country firewall and, thus, can’t be accessed outside the host region.
If you are fearing missing out on the jaw-dropping moments of Super Bowl LIII 2019 while traveling outside the US, we have good news for you. You can catch the sporting event live online with PureVPN. With 2,000+ VPN servers in 181+ locations including the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and more, you are assured to enjoy uninterrupted live streaming of Super Bowl on Kodi from anywhere.
Our VPN enables you to change your location with a single click, anonymize your connection from prying eyes and access all the popular content which you couldn’t before due to country restrictions. Moreover, you can also evade the notorious practice of speed throttling by your ISP and experience buffer-less streaming.
All you need to do is:
Kodi is widely popular mainly because of its heavy volume of repositories and add-ons. You can find add-ons for all types of categories and, in fact, niche categories. You can find add-ons for movies, TV shows, documentaries, gaming videos, sports, and more.
However, the add-ons are categorized into official add-ons that come with Kodi by default and unofficial add-ons that are developed by third-party developers. In this guide, we will list down the most popular add-ons for Super Bowl. Don’t worry, our list contains both the paid and the free add-ons.
BBC iPlayer is an official Kodi add-on that ranks at the top of every add-on list, especially when it comes to live sports. Like every year, the channel owns exclusive rights to broadcasting Super Bowl 2019 live, but only in the UK. Apart from the Kodi application, it can be accessed via web browser as well. All in all, the add-on has been exceptional throughout the year, offering seamless streaming of the most popular streaming sports of the year such as FIFA 2018, etc.
If you don’t mind a paid subscription, then you would certainly like the NFL Game Pass add-on. Once you become a subscribed user of the service, you can get your hands on live coverage, latest news, statistics and more. In fact, with the game pass at your disposal, you can even check out the on-demand replays to watch and relive the most amazing moments of Super Bowl. Anyway, the pass costs around $22.99 per week.
If you are not into paying for any subscription at all and want to watch for free, you can try out the following unofficial add-ons. You can get them by downloading their respective repository.
Here are some steps you need to consider when installing NFL Game Pass add-on on Kodi to stream Super Bowl 53.
We will use the SportsDevil add-on for this tutorial as an example:
Now, with all the things set to go, it is time to hit the couch with popcorn and soda on your side and launch Kodi to watch Super Bowl LIII 2019.