Super Bowl 51: What channel is FOX on DirecTV, Comcast and more


Are you ready for Super Bowl 51? This year’s game will feature be televised by FOX. Here’s where you can find FOX on DirecTV, Comcast, and more!

Super Bowl 51 is coming up this Sunday, and we are left with the Atlanta Falcons facing off against the New England Patriots! The Falcons (11-5) led the NFC South and the Patriots (14-2) headed up the AFC East. The Falcons quarterback, Matt Ryan has set the bar high with a whopping 38 touchdowns. The Patriots lead man, Tom Brady is following just behind him with 28 touchdowns! Both teams have had an awesome season, but this will only be the Falcons second shot for a Super Bowl win. Their last go was way back in 1999 against the Broncos. The Falcons weren’t able to pull out a win, but here’s hoping things will be different this time around! On the other hand, you have the Patriots, who will be making their ninth Super Bowl appearance and will be playing for their 5th NFL Championship!

Super Bowl 51 takes place on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 6:30 p.m. ET. If you’re planning on seeing the game up close and in person, it will be at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX.

Further, the game will be televised on for all cable providers. It doesn’t matter if you have DirecTV, Comcast, or whatever other providers are in your area. Just find Fox network for your cable provider and you’ll be tuned in for Super Bowl LI, easy peasy!

Obviously, each channel differs based on location, but here are some of the main providers and links to their guides that will help you locate the channel a little bit more easily. And just a reminder — HD channels differ, too!


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You can also live stream Super Bowl LI free, with the FOX GO app. No cable credentials are necessary! Plus, if you have a VR headset you can watch highlights using FOX VR, but you will need a subscription!