Super Bowl FREE: How to watch Rams vs Patriots TONIGHT without spending a penny

THE Super Bowl is finally here and you can watch it for FREE!

Tom Brady is looking to win his 6th title as the Patriots take on the LA Rams.

 Tom Brady is hoping to win a 6th title today

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Tom Brady is hoping to win a 6th title today

What TV channel is the Super Bowl on and can I live stream it?

The NFL will be live on Sky Sports USA, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Sports Main Event and BBC One.

Coverage on Sky Sports USA and Sky Sports Mix will commence at 10pm, while coverage on Sky Sports Main Event will begin at 11pm ahead of the big 11.30pm kick-off.

On BBC One, coverage will begin at 10.45pm following the conclusion of the News at Ten.

To live stream the Sky service, sign up to a Sky Go account or purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from Now TV for just £7.99.

BBC viewers can live stream the match on the BBC iPlayer.

How do I watch the Super Bowl for free?

There are two ways for UK viewers to watch the Super Bowl for free.

BBC One and the BBC iPlayer are free for anyone with a TV licence.

If you need a licence, sign up here for £150.50 for colour and £50.50 for black and white.

UK residents aged 74 and over are entitled to a free TV licence.

Sky Sports Mix is also free for all UK viewers with a Sky package.

THE Super Bowl is finally here and you can watch it for FREE!