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NFL, the most popular and watched professional sports league in the US and one of the biggest sporting events in the world. On this page you will find information on upcoming NFL games aired on TV and streaming. Use the NFL programming schedule above and find national as well as regional broadcasters for the games you want to watch. The TV-guide provides you with information from every broadcasting network in the US and Canada. Kickoff times are automatically adjusted to your time zone and the programming schedule is continuously updated to pick up on any late changes whether it be delayed starting times or postponed games.

This is the NFL


The NFL was founded in 1920, making it a recent 100-year celebrity. During its first seasons, the NFL winner was determined by the end of the season standings. The playoff system was implemented in 1933 while the Super Bowl in the format of what we are used to today has been in place since 1967.

Of all professional sports leagues in the world the NFL is the one with the highest average attendance. The average attendance in the NFL is way above 60 000 per game and in the US it’s the most followed sport, substantially bigger than both the NHL, the MLB and the NBA.

There are 32 teams competing in the NFL. The teams are divided into two conferences, the American Football Conference (AFL) and the National Football Conference (NFC). Further, both conferences are divided into four divisions (East, North, West, South) with four clubs in each.

AFC East: Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets
AFC North: Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens
AFC West: Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders, Los Angeles Chargers, Denver Broncos
AFC South: Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars

NFC East: Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Football Team, New York Giants
NFC North: Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions
NFC West: Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks
NFC South: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers

The regular NFL season runs from September to December before its time for the Playoffs and finally the grand finale, Super Bowl, in February. The teams play 16 games each, though the number of home/away games are not the same every season. Each team's season opponents are decided by a predetermined formula.

After every season a number of team- and player rewards are handed out. Teams and players who’ve performed at an exceptional level throughout the season will be recognized at various banquets and events after the final game of the season. Below you’ll find some of the most valuable team awards.

Vince Lombardi Trophy – The finest and most prestigious trophy of them all. The Vince Lombardi Trophy is what each and every team is fighting for throughout the season and is what makes the hard work worth it. This trophy is handed out to the winning team in the annual Super Bowl game where the NFL champions are crowned.

George Halas Trophy – The George Halas Trophy is handed out to the team who wins the conference final in The National Football Conference. The Dallas Cowboys have won the trophy eight times which is more than any other team as of today.

Lamar Hunt Trophy – Like the George Halas Trophy, the Lamar Hunt Trophy is handed out to the winner of the American Football Conference. The New England Patriots hold the record for most victories, 11 times.

The NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl


As the regular season concludes it's time for the Playoffs to begin. Seven teams from each Conference then proceed to the knockout stage of the tournament which eventually brings two teams to the Super Bowl. The winner of each division qualifies for the Playoffs together with three wild cards from each conference. The Playoffs are played in a knockout format and teams from two different conferences don't face each other until the Super Bowl, where the American Football Conference winner goes up against the winner of the National Football Conference.

One player who has almost become a synonym with the Super Bowl is Tom Brady. The American quarterback holds the record for most Super Bowl wins (7) and most Super Bowl MVP (5). Tom Brady, one of the greatest quarterbacks the game has ever seen, played for the New England Patriots before moving onto Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020. He is also the oldest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl, at an age of 43.

NFL records


Here you will get some of the most extraordinary records recognized by the NFL throughout its history.

Most Super Bowl titles – Boston / New England Patriots & Pittsburgh Steelers (6)
Most seasons played – George Blanda 26
Most games played – Morten Andersen 382
Most points scored, career – Adam Vinatieri 2673
Most points scored in a season – LaDainian Tomlinson 186
Most touchdowns in a season – LaDainian Tomlinson 31
Most field goals made in a season – David Akers 44

Watch the NFL on TV and stream


As one of the biggest professional sporting events and with a fan base stretching all over the world, the NFL has grown to become the most valuable tv and live streaming asset for broadcasters. Watching the NFL in the US or Canada leaves you with plenty of options and possibilities on how to tune in your favorite teams games. Normally the games take place on Sundays but with varying times, though it’s always a good idea to check in here at Livesportsontv.com to find out how to watch the NFL live on TV or live streaming. We strive to always present you with an up-to-date programming schedule and we take great pride in offering the most accurate TV- and live streaming service on the market. Livesportsontv.com is an all-free service which you can use without having to give out any kind of information. Use it on your computer, phone or tablet, alternatively download our app from App Store or Google Play.

The television rights of the NFL is the most lucrative of all US entertainment properties. The NFL has partnership contracts with a number of television networks, nationally and regionally. Nationally, the five broadcasting networks are CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and NFL Network. These five networks are the major broadcasters of the NFL and produce live coverage of the full season, including the playoffs and the Super Bowl game.

On a regional level it gets far more complex with the NFL being generous in handing out television rights. Unfortunately up to this day, there is no live streaming service or cable TV provider that can provide you with a full scale coverage on every NFL game. However, there are multiple good options for all NFL fans that will give you access to most NFL action throughout the whole season. Live streaming TV providers such as YouTubeTV, Fubo TV and Sling TV will give you access to the NFL Network where you can watch games that are normally out-of-the market for your region. As previously mentioned, we recommend you to always check in on Livesportsontv.com and the NFL TV- and streaming schedule on this page to get full information on how you can watch your favorite team playing.

Live streaming providers


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Subscribe to Paramount+ & CBS here and watch the NFL

Frequently Asked Questions


Below we have put together the most frequently asked questions regarding the NFL streaming options. Please have a look and find out everything you need to follow the NFL season live on TV or stream and find out about today's NFL on live stream.

When does the NFL season start?


The NFL season starts on September 8, while the preseason kickoff on August 4 with the NFL Hall of Fame game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders.

When is Super Bowl LVII?


Super Bowl LVII will be played on February 12, 2023. Keep an eye out at the site close to the game date to find information on how to watch the Super Bowl live on TV and streaming.

What NFL games are on TV today?


Find today’s NFL games shown on TV and live streaming at Livesportsontv.com. A programming schedule giving you information on upcoming games covered nationally and regionally in the US and Canada.

Where can I watch the NFL?


The NFL is covered live on various TV- and live streaming services. Depending on which game and your current location, there are multiple ways of watching the NFL live. Nationally, the NFL is aired on any of CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN and NFL Network.

What live streams show the NFL?


Most live TV providers also offer a live streaming alternative whereas you can watch the NFL live on your phone or tablet.

Are NFL games subject to local blackouts?


There are NFL games subject to regional blackouts, i.e. out-of-market. For more information on a specific game, we ask you to check out our NFL TV- and live streaming schedule.

What is NFL Network?


NFL Network is a premium television network where you can watch endless amounts of NFL content such as studioshows, analysis and off-season programs. Further, NFL Network will provide you with live coverage of some of the best games throughout the season.

Does NFL Network show NFL games?


Yes! With NFL Network you will be able to watch live coverage of the NFL season. Check out our NFL Network programming schedule here to find information on upcoming games.