If you want to watch the Super Bowl online this Sunday (Feb. 3) and need to know where you can access the Super Bowl live stream 2013, look no further. You can keep up with the game and the Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Beyonce (and maybe the rest of Destiny's Child!) by watching on your computer, smartphone or tablet, look no further. We've got several options for you that go beyond traditional television viewing of the biggest night of the 2012-2013 NFL season.
As you're watching the game, keep an eye out for some of your Hollywood faces in the New Orleans Superdome seats and VIP boxes. Stars like Cee Lo Green, Olivia Munn and others have been spotted at pre-game parties in NOLA this week, and Oscar-winning-actress Sandra Bullock is expected to attend SB XLVII to cheer on real-life "The Blind Side" inspiration, Ravens lineman Michael Oher. Read more on that here.
Watch Super Bowl Online: CBS Sports Hosts SB XLVII Live Stream (Feb. 3)
Of course, no matter how you watch the big game, you need to know when it starts. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. EST (4:30 p.m. local Tucson time), with plenty of pre-game specials and a highly-anticipated halftime show featuring Beyonce and the rumored reunion of Destiny's Child midway through the showdown between the 49ers and the Ravens. For more details of televised Super Bowl 2013 coverage and Pepsi halftime show airing on CBS Feb. 3, click here.
For those football fans needing to watch Super Bowl XLVII online on Sunday, CBS has them covered. Just click here to visit the CBS Sports site where the Super Bowl live stream 2013 will be hosted. Super Bowl live stream coverage on the CBS site will begin at 6 p.m. EST, or 4 p.m. Tucson time.
Fun Fact: George Clooney's incredibly gorgeous girlfriend, model Stacy Keibler, got her start in the spotlight as a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens!
For NFL fans, it will also be possible to watch Sunday's game on the go. Just be sure you have the appropriate apps on your Android or iOs devices. (We don't know how satisfying watching tiny 49ers and Ravens players go at it on a 3-inch field could really be for fans of either team, but if you're, say, stuck traveling, your smartphone plus the NFL apps assure that at least you won't have to miss anything!)
Check the NFL website and your device's app store for appropriate applications to download to your smartphone or tablet. The L.A. Times also provided useful information in a recent article related to mobile Super Bowl live stream 2013 viewing and more.
Most people who will tune in Sunday afternoon genuinely love NFL football, but many others just enjoy the pop culture tradition and the celebrity-tinged aspect of such a celebrated day. (Even Joan Rivers and "Fashion Police" on E! recently aired an episode paying homage to the Super Bowl!) What is your favorite part of watching the Super Bowl each year: the game, or the star-studded stands and highly-produced halftime show? Leave a comment below!