Many fans are wondering "what time is the Super Bowl 2013 going to finally start?" The big game between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers offers plenty of intrigue, and will be presented online as well as on TV for Super Bowl Sunday.
The Super Bowl live start time has been reported as 6:30 p.m. by sites including The Huffington Post on Feb. 2. The site reports that the 4th edition of the game will take place at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana and has the same start time as the game did in 2012. CBS will be the exclusive broadcasting station of the game on both TV and the internet. However, the exact kickoff time for today's NFL championship game is unknown, due to events such as pre-game activities like the coin-toss and national anthem.
CBS and Verizon Wireless will both offer live streams online for those who are trying to watch the game sans TV, or with different camera angles and features. Game time is set for 6 or 6:30 p.m. EST with these online methods of viewing as well. ESPN's website will offer Super Bowl Central complete with up-to-the-minute game play-by-play coverage.
As for the Beyonce halftime show, that start time will also pose a question mark, as the game itself could be at its halfway point by 7:30 or 8 p.m. EST, or later. However, fans around the country have multiple options to watch today's game including CBS for TV, CBS Sports or Verizon Mobile NFL apps for the Super Bowl live stream, and ESPN's site for online play-by-play with stats updates.