Chiefs vs 49ers Live

Chiefs vs 49ers: Live The San Francisco 49ers will try to notch a third straight double-digit victory this postseason when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in the 2020 Super Bowl. Kickoff from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami is set for 6:30 p.m. ET. San Francisco (15-3) posted a pair of 17-point wins en route to the Niners’ seventh Super Bowl appearance in franchise history, defeating Minnesota in the Divisional Round before knocking off Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game.

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The San Fransisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl 2020 will be available through Fox Sports for free. You can broadcast this straight to your television for no cost. The Yahoo Sports app and the NFL app will also give you free access to the game, but only for your tablet or mobile device.

If you are streaming for a Super Bowl party, the Fox Sports app is your best option. You will need to create a FOX Sports account online and then install the Fox Sports app on any device. You can also stream the broadcast live on your PC or through your mobile browser at

You’re ready. The spread has been perfected (or ordered in) and you’ve got a massive TV ready for the barrage of commercials, over-the-top half-time spectacles, and post-game celebrations. All you need now is to figure out how the hell to actually watch the Super Bowl.

The biggest sporting event of the year as the Phoenix Suns battle the Milwaukee Bucks! Oh, wait. There’s also a football game today too. According to my research, the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs meet in the 2020 Super Bowl—Super Bowl LIV.

Live from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, the 2020 Super Bowl is a battle for the ages as the stout 49ers defense will attempt to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the high-octane Kansas City Chiefs offense. Questions abound as we inch closer to Super Bowl kickoff: Does Jimmy Garoppolo have what it takes to lead San Francisco to victory? Can Andy Reid finally lead a team to a championship? Is this the beginning of the Patrick Mahomes era? We’re about to find out. Sit back, relax, and enjoy Super Bowl LIV!