The National Football League, or NFL, is back for the 2021 season.
Starting from September 9, you will see 32 teams competing with each other to snatch the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the Super Bowl Championship game.
You don’t need to go to crowded stadiums to watch the NFL matches. It’s fairly easy to watch NFL on Roku, Fire TV Stick, or your Smart TV running Android OS without a cable. Here’s how.
In the US, NFL has signed a deal with ESPN, NBCUniversal, Fox, and CBS to stream NFL games. Any OTT service carrying one of the sports channels from these networks can air NFL games without any hitch. And if you are not living in the US but want to stream NFL, you can use the Smart DNS Proxy VPN to switch countries to the US and then use any of these services. We have made videos on how to get these services outside the US which will be linked in the YouTube cards or the description. Let's begin.
1. NFL App
The easiest way to watch the NFL is to use the NFL app.
The NFL Network has an official app for all the major platforms including iOS, Android, Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Roku, and Android TV. Not only can you stream NFL matches, but also check out behind-the-scenes moments.
The app also has support for highlights and replays. It’s an ideal option for die-hard NFL fans. The NFL Game Pass subscription is priced at $17.99 per year. And the service is available in many regions including the US, EU, Asia, and the Middle East.
Subscribe for the NFL Game Pass from the official NFL website, download the app on your Smart TV, and you are good to go.
2. Sling TV
Next up we have Sling TV.
Sling TV is available on a number of platforms such as Android, iOS, Android TV, Fire TV Stick, Roku TV, and the web. The Sling Orange bundle has support for ESPN channels, meaning you can enjoy all the NFL content on it.
Sling TV offers a 14-day free trial. You can watch two weeks of content for free without paying any money. If you are satisfied with the service, you can upgrade to the paid plan at $10 per month.
Of course, Sling TV is not available outside the US, but you can watch our “How to watch US Live TV From Anywhere” if you want to know how. Fun fact, you won’t need a US credit for this. Check out the video in the YouTube cards for that.
If you are a die-hard sports fan, this one is for you. ESPN has a streaming service of their own as well. Known as ESPN+, the service is the hub of all major sports leagues such as NFL, F1, Tennis, Cricket, Premier League, Olympics, and more.
You don’t have to wonder about any sports event’s availability. ESPN has got you covered with a subscription. Speaking of paid plans, you are looking at $5.99 per month to start streaming NFL games on Roku, Fire TV Stick, and most Smart TVs.
Unfortunately, ESPN doesn’t have any free trial to test out the service. You can sign up for the service using the link in the description of the video.
4. Peacock TV
Peacock is NBCUniversal’s flagship offering in the streaming service market space. It’s your one-stop solution to watch NBC shows, movies, TV shows, and major sports leagues without a cable. And hey, don’t forget everyone’s favorite ‘The Office’. Pam and Jim are always there to comfort you in devastating NFL moments.
NBC’s streaming service is already off to a flying start with 33 million subscribers as of January 2021.
You can get started with Peacock with seven days of a free trial. That’s enough to cover for one week of NFL games for free. If you like the service, you can subscribe to premium plans at $4.99 per month.
5. Hulu TV
If you have a good streaming budget to spend, then go with the ultimate Hulu bundle. It unlocks Disney+ and ESPN+ combo as well. With ESPN+, you have all the sports leagues available at your fingertips. Disney+ is the home for all the Marvel movies and Disney originals that we’ve come to love over decades.
Hulu TV also offers 75+ live TV channels. You have 50 hours of cloud DVR support and content from HBO Max, SHOWTIME, and more.
As you may have guessed, the pricing is slightly on the higher side at $64.99 per month. Though you do have a week of free trial to test out the service before opting for any commitments.
7. Fubo TV
Fubo TV supports major sports channels in their package. However, the service is slightly expensive compared to rivals. You are looking at $64.99 per month to enjoy all the NFL content.
Fubo TV marches ahead with an eye-popping 200+ TV channel support on their platform. It’s capable enough to replace your local TV operator. When you consider Fubo TV as your cable replacement, $64.99 per month sounds like a bargain.
What’s more? The service offers 14 days of a free trial. You can watch NFL action for free on your Roku TV or Fire TV Stick for two weeks.
Most of the apps and services above are geo-restricted in the US, Canada, and other handfuls of countries. If your preferred streaming service isn’t available in your region, you can take a helping hand from Smart DNS Proxy VPN, and remove location-based restrictions.
We have done a dedicated video on how to use Smart DNS Proxy VPN on Firestick, Roku, Android TV, PS5, etc., so check those out for more info.
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