Don't have cable TV? You can still watch Super Bowl 2017 on your computer, tablet, or smartphone thanks to FOX TV's free live stream. The New England Patriots face off against the Atlanta Falcons at 6:25 p.m. ET, but in addition to the biggest game of the year, NFL fans can watch the pre-game show and Lady Gaga's halftime show live streaming online. Even some of this year's Super Bowl commercials will stream via live online video, but if you miss an ad because you're busy stuffing your face with pizza and wings, most of the ads will be posted on YouTube.

Long gone are the days where you have to have cable or – even worse — fork over big bucks to watch the Super Bowl online. The entire game will be broadcast on FOX TV, but if you're at work or simply don't have access to a TV on Sunday, here's how to watch the Patriots vs. Falcons game on your computer or mobile device.

Have WiFi? Watch the Super Bowl!

Whether you are home or out and about, you only need a WiFi connection to watch the game on Sunday. In the past, only Verizon customers were lucky enough to get free access to the Super Bowl live stream, but that's not the case this year.

Verizon customers can download Verizon’s NFL Mobile app and watch the game on their smartphone or tablet if they have select plans with the carrier.

However, if you don't have Verizon, don't worry — you won't have to miss a minute of the Pats vs Falcons game or the halftime show, thanks to Fox Sports.

Fox Sports live stream and mobile apps

Download the free Fox Sports Go mobile app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android mobile device and you'll be able to watch everything from pre-game commentary to play-by-play action on the field at NRG stadium in Houston.

Or just head over to the Fox Sports website and watch on your computer. And yes, you'll be able to watch Gaga on stage during the Super Bowl LI halftime show -— rumor has it she's going to put on quite a controversial show. Expect a little politics with your football.

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