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Super Bowl live stream options: Watch Super Bowl 2014 online for free

Find out where to watch Super Bowl 2014 online with several free and legal Super Bowl live stream feeds. Watch on your mobile phone with a $5 app. Details here.
Find out where to watch Super Bowl 2014 online with several free and legal Super Bowl live stream feeds. Watch on your mobile phone with a $5 app. Details here.
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If you need to watch Super Bowl 2014 online, we've got you covered. Find out where to find Super Bowl live stream feeds that will allow you to catch the game on your computer, tablet or phone below the jump.

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The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks will face off in the first ever open-air stadium Super Bowl match-up in a cold weather city when they take the MetLife Stadium field for kickoff on Feb. 2. If you can't watch at home on your TV or attend the game in person, you can check out a few options to catch the Super Bowl using the Internet here now.

Watch Super Bowl 2014 Online: Live Stream Options for Computer and Mobile Phone

Fox has decided to go easy on sports fans and will reportedly waive their usual website log-in requirement so fans don't have to sign in to watch the game online via their website. This means anyone with a computer can just head over and jump into the action.

Fans can also find the game streaming for free online at the official NFL website.

If you want to access and watch Super Bowl 2014 online using your cell phone, however, you will have to pay for the privilege. Fans can click the following link to get more information on downloading the $5 app to watch the Super Bowl live stream feed on your mobile phone.

Even if you're not a huge football fan, you may want to check out the Super Bowl live stream feeds if you won't be at home. This year, Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are expected to put on a stellar halftime show, and there are even rumors of other celebrities making surprise appearances during the event. Sources also say headline-maker Justin Bieber will attend Super Bowl XLVIII; TMZ reported Friday that the troubled pop star's private jet was detained and searched by police upon landing at New Jersey's Teterboro airport due to a strong marijuana odor.

For some of the best Super Bowl 2014 commercials, which we don't believe will be part of the Feb. 2 online feeds, click here.