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NFL ReDdit (Stream) 2020 How to Watch NFL Live football Online

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Wednesday 16th September 2020

10:00pm til 4:00am

Minimum Age: 18

The NFL will also broadcast 11 games on Amazon Prime Video and Twitch this season beginning in October.

 
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NFL ReDdit (Stream) 2020 How to Watch NFL Live football Online on Wednesday 16th September 2020

NFL ReDdit (Stream) 2020 How to Watch NFL Live football Online, Watch the NFL online or on TV in the U.S In order to watch the NFL on TV this season, you'll need a cable package that gives you access to CBS, NBC, Fox, ESPN and the NFL Network as Fox and NFL Network will show Thursday Night Football, NBC will show Sunday Night Football and ESPN will show Monday Night Football.

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The NFL will also broadcast 11 games on Amazon Prime Video and Twitch this season beginning in October. If you're looking for a free option to watch football while out and about, the Yahoo Sports app for iOS and Android will show every NFL game that is broadcast in your local TV market including Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football games.

The NFL also has its own streaming service NFL Game Pass which costs just $99 for the whole season. However, there is a big catch as in the US, the service will only allow you to watch replays of games and not live ones.

Don't want to sign up for cable just to watch football this season? Don't worry as there are a number of streaming services, all at different price points, that will give you access to the channels you need to watch the NFL. We've listed a few of our favorites below to make things easier for you.

Hulu with Live TV - $54.99 per month - Hulu with Live TV gives you access to almost all of the channels you need to watch the NFL this season including CBS, ESPN, Fox and NBC but not the NFL Network. The service supports a wide variety of streaming devices and even includes its own Hulu Originals in case you want a break from watching football.

Sling TV - $45 per month - To watch the NFL with Sling TV, you'll have to sign up for both the service's Sling Orange and Blue plans. For the price though, you get access to almost all of the channels you'll need to watch the NFL this season including ESPN, Fox, and NBC but not the NFL Network or CBS. However, the company is running a promotion where it will send new customers an over-the-air antenna for free if they prepay the first two months so you can also watch games on CBS. You can also add NFL RedZone to your Sling subscription by purchasing the Sports Extra pack for an additional $10 each month.

FuboTV - starting at $54.99 per month - fuboTV gives you access to CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network. The service also includes Cloud DVR so you can record games to watch them later and if you forget to record a game, the company's 3-day replay allows you to replay nearly any game, show or movie that aired in the last three days. FuboTV even offers a free 7-day trial so you can test out the service.

YouTube TV - $65 per month - YouTube TV gives you access to CBS, ESPN, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network. With YouTube TV you get free unlimited DVR storage space to record games for later and you can stream the service on three devices simultaneously. A free 7-day trial is also available so you can test it out for yourself.

AT&T TV Now - $80 per month - AT&T TV Now's Max plan gives you access to CBS, ESPN, Fox and NBC but not the NFL Network. You can stream content on two screens simultaneously (or pay $5 extra to do so on three screens) and with the AT&T TV Now app you can watch live TV on the go. The service also lets you record 20 hours of Cloud DVR storage. New customers can take advantage of a 7-day trial but you'll have to purchase one of AT&T TV Now's packages first.

SlingTV is your most affordable bet
If you want to stream football online this year, signing up for SlingTV's combined Blue and Orange plan is your best option to do as you get access to almost every channel you'll need to watch the 2020 NFL season. The fact that Sling is sending out free over-the-air antennas to customers who prepay the first two months just sweetens the deal by giving you access to local regional sports networks and CBS. You can also add NFL RedZone to your plan with the Sports Extra pack for an extra $10 per month.

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