Don’t have a TV? You can still watch the biggest event of the year online: CBS plans to live stream Super Bowl 50 on its website for free (Click here).

The Panthers and Broncos will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday with CBS’ pregame coverage starting at 2 p.m. ET across all platforms.

The CBS Sports app will also stream the NFL championship for users of Roku, Apple TV (third- and four-generation models only), Google Chromecast, Microsoft’s Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV models from Sony, Sharp and Phillips.

Last year’s Super Bowl set a television record with over 114 million viewers on NBC. Sunday’s broadcast on CBS is expected to be just as strong.

Internet feeds for Super Bowl 50 are available only to U.S.-based users. International fans can access the game online through the league’s NFL Game Pass service priced at $99 per year.