The TV and live stream Super Bowl 2014 kickoff time is on the way as the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will meet at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey to decide the NFL championship. Super Bowl XLVIII has a kick off time for just before 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, with televised and live stream Super Bowl coverage available from kickoff through the final seconds of the game, thanks to FOX.
The FanSided.com website reported on Feb. 2 that today's game will be live streamed through the Fox Sports website, Fox Sports Go and NFL Mobile apps. They also note that today's halftime show, featuring Bruno Mars will also be live streamed online from MetLife Stadium. Bruno Mars will be seen on TV as the main act, along with rock band, The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Bruno Mars, who follows last year's act, Beyonce, as Super Bowl entertainment, told reporters about his performance for today's game:
"No matter where I perform, it’s my job to uplift the people — whether I’m performing at a graduation party, wedding, bar mitzvah, Grammys, Super Bowl, I’m gonna give it all I got. I don’t trapeze and all that stuff. I hope to get people dancing and get people smiling. If you ever come to my shows, it’s just us up there with these songs and our instruments. I hope that’s enough."
Mars will of course take the stage at the halfway point of today's huge National Football League matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. As of this report, Super Bowl 2014 odds favor the Broncos at -2.5, with an over/under points total of 47 1/2 points for the game. Weather reports indicate a kickoff temperature of around 48 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. A 30% chance of light rain showers early is in the forecast, along with a light northwest wind.
FOX will televise today's Super Bowl 2014 kickoff time, beginning at 6:25 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The game will be presented live in standard and hi-definition on cable or satellite providers around the country. Also, viewers in the United States and select U.S. territories can watch the game live streaming online through FOX Sports Go, which is normally reserved for cable and satellite subscribers to log into. This year, the service is free to use online through PC's, MACs, laptops and mobile tablets. Watch the Super Bowl live here at the Fox Sports site.