The 2020 NFL Season was kickstarted on September 10. NFL is a popular football league conducted in the US. You can stream all the games of the 2020 season on various platforms like Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Roku, Firestick, and much more. Here, we will see how to stream those games of Roku streaming devices. With the help of the below-mentioned streaming services, it is very easy to stream NFL games on Roku. Jump into the article to know those channels in detail.
Channels to Stream NFL on Roku
There are plenty of streaming services available in the Roku channel store to stream NFL games. Some of the channels may require a subscription to stream the contents.
- NFL Game Pass
- Sling TV
- Hulu with Live TV
- YouTube TV
Related: How to Watch NFL on Firestick
NFL Game Pass
NFL Game Pass is a preferred service to stream NFL games without the cable-cord. You can stream all the live NFL games with this subscription. Visit the official website of NFL game pass to sign up for the service.
- On your Roku device, install the NFL app.
- Open the app and login with the NFL user account that you used to purchase Game Pass.
- After logging in, start streaming your favorite NFL live matches.
Sling TV is the best service to stream NFL games on Roku or any other device. By purchasing the Sling Blue service, you can stream/watch all the contents available in the NFL network. You can get access to stream games that are telecasting on channels like NBC and FOX networks. If you opt for Sling Orange, you get access to stream the Monday night football games through the ESPN channel. Hence, it is better to purchase the combined package of Sling Orange + Blue ($40/month). You can also add NFL Redzone as an addon by paying $10 per month.
fuboTV is another popular streaming service which provides access to the NFL games as part of its standard plan. With $55/month, you can stream NFL network games along with the CBS, Fox and NBC. NFL Red Zone can be added as an sports addon pack by paying $11 per month. It gives you access to stream highlights and replays from every Sunday game. The major drawback of fuboTV is that it doesn’t provide access to stream ESPN. Hence, you can’t watch Monday Night Football.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu’s live TV service ($54.99/month) provides you instant access to stream NFL games from local networks like CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, and ESPN. With this service, you can watch and follow favorite NFL pro football teams on the Roku devices. The dedicated NFL Games Sports collection lets you see the upcoming games that are available in your region. You can also use the Live Guide to check the broadcast availability and timings of specific games.
YouTube TV is a reliable streaming service that offers live TV, on-demand video, and cloud-based DVR from more than 70 television networks. Priced at $64.99 per month, you will get access to stream CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, ABC, and NFL Network. Right now, the NFL network is not available on Youtube TV. However, the channels above-mentioned networks are good enough to stay updated with your favorite NFL team.
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