With the continuation of the 2019 season into 2020, interest in Streaming sites is increasing. Not everyone can be in front of the TV during a game, so this is where live streaming comes in handy. It's a popular feature that many people use to watch their favorite sports. In previous years NFL games were only available via broadcast TV streamed to selected TV channels like FOX, CBS, NBC, and ESPN or the more straightforward option – cable. Now you can watch the game on streaming sites, betting apps or betting sites, and more. Unfortunately, not all platforms are legal. To help you out, we've compiled a list of legitimate streaming sites you can use. This list is only for sites from the United States. 

NFL Legal Streaming Sites: Watching and listening to NFL games without cable 

Even if you don't use a cable company, you can still watch NFL games. Streaming services are perfect for watching sports. You might have to choose a specific service based on your favorite team because not all streaming services offer all the games of the season. Here is a list of popular services that will most likely stream your favorite games. The NFL games can be watched three days of the week live. Here is a list of the days and broadcast platforms:

  • Sunday Night Football – NBC, NFL Mobile, Yahoo Sports, NFL Games Pass
  • Monday Night Football – ESPN, NFL Mobile, Yahoo Sports, NFL Games Pass
  • Sunday Daytime Games – NFL Games Pass, NFL Mobile, Yahoo Sports, Fox Sports, CBS All Access, NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL Network Red Zone
  • Thursday Night Football – Twitch, Amazon Prime Video, NFL Games Pass, Fox Sports, NFL Mobile, Yahoo Sports, NFL Network

You can also listen to the live broadcasts of the matches on one of these radios:

  • Sirius XM
  • Tune In
  • Westwood One

NFL Game Pass 

With the Game Pass, you have access to NFL Network Live, archives from the games and live scores, and stats. The PRO subscription plan gives you access to everything (NFL Network, RedZone Channels, Game Highlights, Full Game Replays, Coaches Films, Super Bowl and Playoff games, etc.) The annual subscription is $154.99, or you can pay it in three installments of $51.66. The Essential Annual subscription only gives you access to the game highlights, NFL Network and NFL RedZone Channels and Content Downloads. It costs $35.99 annually. There is also a free registration, but it's constraining – you can only watch select NFL content, short highlights, and the NFL Network 24/7.

NFL Mobile 

The official NFL App has many exciting features, including:

  • Live local and primetime games
  • Live Super Bowl and Playoffs
  • Draft Coverage and NFL Combine
  • 24/7 NFL Network 
  • Access to NFL Game Pass, NFL Shop, NFL RedZone, etc.
  • Video Highlights
  • Latest News


At NFL.com, like at FOX Sports, you can sign in with your TV provider details and enjoy a free stream of NFL Network and NFL RedZone. This option is only viable if you are using a laptop or a desktop computer. If you want to watch via smartphone, tablet, or other connected devices, you can do it via either the official NFL App or the Watch NFL Network App. Except for Google Play and Apple's App Store, the Watch NFL Network App is also available in the Windows Store, while the NFL App is only available for Android and iOS devices. If any fees apply, you should contact your provider for more details. NFL doesn't charge you anything for the streams. If you want to connect your live-stream to a TV you can use one of the following:

  • Android TV
  • Amazon Fire
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox
  • Apple TV
  • Roku

Amazon Prime Video 

On Amazon Prime Video, you can only watch Thursday Night Football. So, if you are a hardcore fan, this might not be the best option for you. Fortunately, Amazon offers sports-related add-ons for the platform, such as CBS All Access (Sunday Night Football). With this service, you can stream games to up to three devices, but there is no DVR capacity. The price for Amazon Prime Video is $8.99 per month. Another exciting feature of Prime Video is the All or Nothing series that includes behind the scenes look at various sports teams. Prime Video will also stream Thursday Night Football games on their twitch. Tv account. 

Yahoo Sports 

Yahoo Sports is a free app service. All you need to do is download the Yahoo Sports App from the App Store or Google Play, and you can enjoy free streams of your favorite games that are broadcast on local channels, including Thursday Night Football and Monday Night Football. Yahoo Sports replaced the old Verizon NFL Mobile App. If you have an NFL Game Pass subscription, you can sign in and stream directly from the Yahoo App. Make sure your app is always updated, so you don't miss out on improvements. Up to six family members can use the app with the Family Sharing set up. Other similar apps you can download are:

NBC Sports 

Using the NBC Sports App, you can watch thousands of games (Sunday Night Football) broadcast on any of the NBC channels. You can download the app from the App Store, Google Play, Windows Store, Roku Channel Store, Amazon Fire TV, XBOX, Samsung, or Chromecast. You even get extra features like full replays, highlights, alternate angles, and previews.

ESPN: Live Sports & Scores 

ESPN is the only app that isn’t free in the mentioned apps in the article. The monthly fee is $4.99, and if you want a yearly subscription, you have to pay $49.99 to watch your favorite games broadcast on ESPN.

FOX Sports 

FOX streams NFL content regularly. Live-streaming is available via desktop and mobile apps. You have to sign in with your TV provider credentials before you can use the live feature. If you are having trouble signing in, you should contact the help center at the official FOX Sports website. The streaming is free, and you don't need to pay any additional fees to FOX. If any charges apply, you should contact your TV provider for details. One condition is that you must receive FOX in your TV channel line-up if you want to watch any games on the FOX Sports App.

YouTube TV 

For $49.99 per month, you can get access to NBC, FOX, CBS, and ESPN. Unfortunately, you don't get the NFL Network, which, if you are a hardcore fan, might be a negative. The good thing is that with YouTube TV, you get unlimited DVR storage, and you can store it up to nine months, which, compared to other services, is the best on the market. Your account limit per household is six, and you also have over sixty other channels available. 


There is only one Hulu + Live TV offer at the moment. It is very different from the regular “on-demand” service. The monthly price is $49.99, and it includes FOX, NBC, CBS, and ABC channels (locally, depends on where you are). It also consists of all ESPN channels and BTN. There is also a negative aspect to Hulu. It doesn't offer the NFL Network, so you won't be able to watch all the games. Their current Hulu + Live TV offer gives you one free week, and then you have to pay the monthly fee. Their pricing is very competitive on the combining channel's front (sports channels with local streaming channels). With Hulu, you can record up to fifty hours of footage, and the recordings are kept forever, which is super cool.

AT&T Now 

AT&T Now (previously known as DirecTV) has a lot of new bundle options packages. It is the most similar thing to a full cable/satellite TV experience you are going to find from all the streaming TV providers. Their prices depend on the package and range between $50 and $135 per month. As other providers in this list, AT&T Now offers live local streaming channels such as CBS, NSC, FOX, ESPN, and ABC if they are available in the place you live. Unfortunately, the NFL Network isn't available at AT&T Now for now. With this streaming service you can record up to twenty hours of footage, but unlike some of the other platforms where you can store the footage indefinitely, here you can only save the recordings for up to thirty days


This platform is gaining popularity by the second, and soon, it may become the fans' favorite when it comes to the NFL. They offer almost the full NFL Streaming experience along with other sports. If you get their basic package, you will get not only the live local channels (from your area), but you get the NFL Network, FOX Sports regional networks, CBS Sports Network, beIN Sports, PAC-12 & BTN, CBS, NBC, FOX, and FS1. This streaming service hits almost all the marks when it comes to the NFL. The only missing channel of importance is ESPN, so you won't be able to enjoy Monday Night Football games. The only way you can watch them is if your local team is playing. The service prices start from $54.99 per month for over ninety-five channels, many of which are sports-related. If you are not only a fan of the NFL but of other games, then this is a clear choice for you. FuboTV also offers a free seven-day trial, so you can check out if you like them. When it comes to recording the games so you can watch them later, FuboTV is average compared to other streaming platforms. You can record up to thirty hours of DVR footage, but the good thing is you can store this footage indefinitely.


Sling TV is also an excellent choice for NFL fans. They get flexible packages, low prices compared to other providers, and a wide array of channel options. Sling provides local channels such as FOX, NBC, and ABC. They also offer NFL Network, ESPN, and NFL Red Zone Channels. There are two packages worth looking at if you are a football fan – Sling Orange and Sling Blue. They are both $25 per month, but while the Orange Package contains ESPN, it doesn't offer local channels. The Blue Package is the opposite it offers local channels but not ESPN. So, it's your choice which package will suit you better. If you are willing to pay a higher price, you can get the Orange + Blue package, which contains all channels. This combined package is worth $40 per month. If you want to try out Sling, you can benefit from their free seven-day trial, and as a bonus, you get a Free Roku Express. The DVR capacity is fifty hours, which is good, and Sling store the recordings indefinitely, but those options are only available through a paid add-on.

CBS All Access 

CBS airs half of the NFL games, so it makes sense to try their platform. Also, if you like CBS shows you will get double entertainment. After the free seven-day trial, you can stream the NFL games for only $5.99 per month, which is not a bad deal, especially if your favorite team is in the AFC. The negative aspect of using this service is that you won't be able to enjoy the Sunday, Monday, and Thursday Night Football games, and there is no DVR capacity, which means you won't be able to record and replay the matches.

PlayStation Vue 

Most people would think that to watch live games on the PlayStation Vue; they would need to own a PlayStation. This fact is NOT true. At least not anymore, Sony released some significant updates, and now all you need to do is download the PC Vue App. This app is available across all major platforms like Android, Amazon, Roku, and Apple. They offer live local channels for most of the country, but their free trial is only five days, though. Their best package for NFL fans is the PS Vue Core package, and it costs $54.99 per month. A remarkable thing about this service is that you can record an unlimited amount of games. But you can only store the recordings for up to twenty-eight days. Another cool feature is that unlike other platforms, you can simultaneously watch up to 5 streams across devices.