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Detail of the Lombardi Trophy and the helmets of the New England Patriots (left) and the Los Angeles Rams prior to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaking during a press conference during Super Bowl LIII Week at the NFL Media Center inside the Georgia World Congress Center on January 30, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

About a third of the country will be watching Super Bowl 2019 between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams Sunday night. Most of the viewers will do so on TV, but a sizeable portion will see the game in other ways.

The live stream of last year’s Super Bowl peaked with 3.1 million viewers. There could be even more NFL fans watching this year’s game online.

How can you watch Super Bowl 2019 online? A live stream will be available for free at CBSSports.com.

Fans can also watch the Super Bowl on their phones in a few different ways. A stream will be available for free with the NFL Mobile App or the CBS Sports App.

YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, Hulu and PlayStation Vue are also options for viewers that have paid subscriptions for those services.

Of course, it won’t just be football fans that watch the Super Bowl. Watching the big game is a yearly tradition for many Americans, even those that don’t follow the league all year long.

The Patriots are playing in their third straight Super Bowl and looking to win their sixth championship in the last 17 years. Tom Brady is among the most popular athletes in all of sports, and he has a chance to further cement his legacy as the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

The Rams will play in the Super Bowl for the first time since 2002 when they were defeated by the Patriots as Brady won his first title.