Super Bowl LVI is right around the corner, but are you ready for everything Super Bowl 2022 has to offer you?
Our guide will walk you through what we think are the most useful Super Bowl apps to have on your Android or iOS phone to ensure maximum fun on the day!
Official NFL App
This sounds like an obvious one, but many Super Bowl fans overlook it. That’s a pity because the official NFL app is great in many ways.
For starters, it’s the most official source that covers the latest news on all your favourite NFL teams. It also offers up-to-the-minute scoring, game stats, replays, and access to the NFL shop.
NFL Betting App
You can crank up the fun on any sports event with some side betting activity. The Super Bowl is no exception and takes the cake for one of the best sports events to bet on.
Why? It’s so popular that you’ll find dozens of available bets on the best betting apps in Canada and the U.S. These betting apps include international brands like Bet365 and Betway.
And if you’re wondering what kind of bets you can place, there’s no limit to the creativity of Super Bowl prop bets:
What will be the first scoring of the game? How long will it take to sing the U.S. national anthem? Will the singer omit a word from the National Anthem? Will a fan run onto the field during the game?
Definitely plenty of excitement to keep you glued to your screen! Just always remember to set a budget before placing your bets.
DraftKings Fantasy App
If betting is not for you, you might want to get your dose of Super Bowl LVI fantasy action instead. There are a few options you can go for when it comes to fantasy football, such as FanDuel and NFL’s fantasy football app.
Our favourite, however, is DraftKings, which is an official daily fantasy partner of Super Bowl LVI. You can sign up for free and look forward to a generous welcome bonus as well as other ongoing promotions.
You can also draft while watching a live game, which gives you the chance to react to what’s happening on the field.
Unsure where you can access mobile live streaming of Super Bowl LVI?
For Canadians with no access to cable TV, DAZN is your best bet. The DAZN app lets you stream major sports like the NFL, baseball, European soccer, and so much more. However, keep in mind that it does come with a monthly subscription of $20.
If you’re from the U.S., NBC has the rights to air the Super Bowl in the U.S. this year, so you can download NBC’s app and watch it from there. If you don’t have NBC as part of your cable package, you can consider fuboTV app, which offers a free trial.
Unlike the NFL’s official app, Bleacher Report also covers news on the NBA, rugby, baseball – really any major sport you can think of. This makes the app a keeper beyond the Super Bowl.
Apart from news, its fresh approach keeps you entertained with football memes, in-depth opinion pieces, as well as the possibility to set up streams for curated information from hundreds of sources across social channels and the web.