What streaming service has all NFL games?
NFL games Streaming services are all the rage, but they’re also great for sports fans. After all, you don’t have to dedicate an entire cable package just to watch your favorite team or two. You can stream the games you want whenever and wherever you want—and that’s why streaming services are becoming so popular with NFL fans. But which service has all of the games? There are plenty out there that have some games (like fuboTV), but we’ll only be covering those that have every single game this season: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV and AT&T TV NOW (more on those later).
Sling TV is a streaming service that has all NFL games. It costs $25 a month, which makes it the cheapest way to watch NFL games online. Sling TV also offers a free trial, so you can try it out before deciding to subscribe on the spot.
Sling TV works on most devices and works in many areas of the United States (to see if they have coverage in your area, use their zip code tool). You can watch it on your computer or on mobile devices via an app called Sling TV that’s available for Android and iOS as well as AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV Stick/Box etc..
Sling TV does not require any additional hardware to record your shows because they include unlimited Cloud DVR storage with no expiration dates! If you have any trouble recording something you can contact their customer support team who will be happy to assist you with setting up your DVR or troubleshooting any issues you may have.
fuboTV has a free 7-day trial and offers the most sports channels for $35/month.
It has a channel lineup with over 100 channels, including sports channels like FS1 and NBC Sports Network, as well as its own dedicated FuboTV Sport channel.
fuboTV also has its own cloud DVR, which allows you to record games and shows for later viewing without tying up your home internet bandwidth.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV has all of the NFL games.
For those who want to watch all the games, Hulu + Live TV is your best option. It costs $44.99 per month and includes a cloud DVR with 50 hours of storage space and 6 profiles that can be switched between at any time. The service also offers live streams from 45 channels, including CBS Sports Network, ESPN News, FS1/FS2/Longhorn Network, NBCSN and TNT. You’ll also get a 7-day free trial if you want to try it out before committing to the full price!
You can watch YouTube TV on Android and iOS devices, as well as on the web at tv.youtube.com. You can also watch it on some Smart TVs and other devices that support Google Cast or AirPlay, such as Apple TV or Chromecast.
YouTube TV is available in most major metropolitan areas, but it’s not available everywhere yet. Check out our full coverage of YouTube TV’s availability here!
If you’d like to use more than one device at once (say, if you have more than one person in your family who wants to watch), YouTube TV allows up to three simultaneous streams per account—but each stream counts toward your overall data cap (if applicable). If you want four people watching at once without having to switch accounts every time someone wants a different channel or show, then we recommend using a VPN service like NordVPN so that all their browsing activity happens over the encrypted VPN tunnel instead of through plain old unencrypted HTTP/S traffic from their browsers’ own IP addresses (which could potentially reveal where they live).
AT&T TV NOW
AT&T TV NOW is a streaming service that provides users with access to all NFL games. In addition to the football, AT&T TV NOW also has a wide variety of channels, packages, and features.
Its basic package starts at $40/month and includes 60+ channels including ESPN and TNT. It also offers an HBO add-on for an additional $5/month if you want to watch Game of Thrones or Westworld (or both!). For those who are interested in even more content from Time Warner networks like CNN or TBS, you can get an additional 200+ channels by upgrading your subscription to their Ultimate package ($70/month).
For those who don’t care about watching sports but still want access to the standard cable lineup at a discount price — without having any contracts — then try Sling TV which starts at $20 per month (for its Orange Package).
NFL Game Pass International
NFL Game Pass International is a subscription-based service that allows fans outside of the United States to watch live NFL games, NFL RedZone and NFL Network 24/7. It’s available in several countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Game Pass of NFL International can be purchased on NFL.com
NFL Sunday Ticket*
NFL Sunday Ticket is a subscription service that gives you access to all NFL games, including out-of-market games. However, it can only be downloaded (not streamed) and is not available in all locations. You can only get it if you’re an AT&T U-verse TV customer or have DirecTV satellite service. DISH Network customers can also get the app if their satellite is compatible with its technology. Verizon FiOS TV customers can use it as well, but they must first download the app onto their mobile device before accessing it on the web via a computer or connected TV device like Roku or Apple TV (2nd generation). Cox Communications subscribers may be able to find the app for free via their televisions’ on-screen guide listings; check with your provider’s website for more details about this option.
These are the streaming services that have all of the NFL games.
Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV and AT&T TV NOW are the only streaming services that offer NFL games.
- NFL Game Pass International (use this link to sign up) lets you watch live broadcasts of all 256 regular-season games and playoffs in their entirety on your computer or mobile device — no matter where you’re located.
- If you’re an American living abroad and want to watch every game in real time with English commentary, then sign up for NFL Sunday Ticket here.
We hope this helps you decide which streaming services are best for you. If you’re a football fan who wants to watch every game, then NFL Game Pass International or Sunday Ticket might be your best option. If not, there are plenty of other options out there that will still give you access to most games and more entertainment than just sports