Tune in to catch all the action from the NFL this season! Check out this blog post to find out what channel is carrying the football games.
Thursday Night Football
The NFL Football game will be airing on the CBS network this Thursday night. You can also live stream the game on the NFL website or on the CBS website.
NFL Network is the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football, offering 13 live games this season. You can catch all the action on NFL Network, as well as online at NFL.com/TNF or on the NFL Mobile app. Sling TV also offers NFL Network as part of its “Blue” package, while DirecTV Now and PlayStation Vue both offer it in their “Go Big” and “Core” packages, respectively.
Prime Video will once again be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football in 2019. NFL fans can watch all 17 regular season games on Thursday nights, beginning September 26, at no additional cost to their Prime membership. As in previous years, a select number of these games will also be simulcast on FOX and NFL Network, giving viewers even more ways to watch.
Sunday Night Football
The National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFL is one of the four major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada, and the highest professional level of American football in the world. Sunday Night Football is the weekly television broadcast of the National Football League on NBC in the United States.
NBC will be airing Sunday Night Football again this season! You can catch all the action right here on NBC. We’ll have all the latest highlights, analysis, and more. So tune in and catch all the Sunday night football action!
Monday Night Football
The NFL football game on Monday Night is on ESPN. You can also find it on ABC.
Monday Night Football is an American television program on ESPN that presents professional football, usually on Monday evenings during the NFL season. From 1970 to 2005, it aired on ABC. ESPN assumed broadcast rights beginning in 2006.
Monday Night Football is the second-longest running prime time show in U.S. television history, behind only 60 Minutes. The show has aired continuously since September 7, 1970 and celebrated its 50th anniversary on Monday, September 21, 2020.
The game typically features one marquee matchup with major playoff implications per week. Since ESPN first began televising Monday Night Football in 2006, the network has broadcast games from every NFL team at least once.
The game will be shown on Channel 5, with live coverage starting at 4:30pm. If you can’t get to a TV, then you can watch the game live online on the BBC website. Alternatively, you can listen to live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live.
NFL RedZone is a channel that airs on Sundays during the NFL regular season. It is produced by NFL Network and broadcasts live game coverage. NFL RedZone is available on most cable and satellite providers, as well as streaming services such as Sling TV and YouTube TV.
On CBS, you can find the NFL on Sundays.
FOX will broadcast most of the nation’s NFL games on Sundays throughout the regular season. FS1 will occasionally televise mid-week and Saturday games, while NFL Network will air a Thursday night game each week and a handful of late-season contests.
NFL Sunday Ticket
If you’re looking for NFL Sunday Ticket, you’ll find it on DirecTV. This package allows you to watch any out-of-market NFL game of your choosing, every Sunday afternoon. You can order NFL Sunday Ticket directly from DirecTV, or through a number of authorized retailers.