When and where to watch the NFL Playoffs live on TV or stream

Follow the NFL Playoffs on TV & Stream

New year means we are getting closer to the Super Bowl game and the post season games that are leading up to it. The regular season is going into the final stages as the last round of games are about to be played. Follow the action from the NFL live on TV or stream by using Livesportsontv.com, your guide to live sports. Use the TV-schedule here and get the latest and most accurate information on when and where to watch the next game live.

NFL Playoffs structure

The NFL playoffs are scheduled to begin on the 9th of January. The post season is expanded to 14 teams and there will be three Wild Cards from each conference. Only one team from each conference will receive a spot in the Divisional Playoffs without having to play in the Wild Card Playoffs. This will be the top seeded teams from the National Football and the American Football. The post season schedule will be as following:

9th & 10th January – Wild Card Playoffs

16th & 17th January – Divisional Playoffs

24th January – NFC & AFC Championship

7th February – Super Bowl LV

*All dates are subject to change

NFL 2020 – The regular season

The NFL 2020 regular season has been much like any other season, including world-class football, fantastic games and an interesting battle for the post season spots. The Kansas City Cheifs have been the most impressive and reliable team throughout the season as they managed to book their spot in the Divisional Playoffs with one game to go. The Chiefs have literally crushed all of their opponents so far and have become one of the real favorites to win the Super Bowl LV. If they can manage to keep up with their extremely high level of performances, they will be hard to stop for any other team in this league.

Further, the NFC has seen the Patriots, Saints and the Seahawks grabbing the top seed positions in the conference table. The Packers, led by head coach Matt LaFleur, got knocked out by the 49ers last season in the NFC Championship and will hope to reach one stage further this season and bring home their fifth Super Bowl trophy.

Watch the NFL Playoffs on TV & Stream

The post season, including Super Bowl LV, will consist of a total of 13 games. To make sure you’re not missing out on any of the action you’ll be able to use Livesportsontv.com and get the latest broadcasting information on when and where to watch the NFL post season. The TV-schedule is covering all US and Canadian TV- and streaming channels.

Whether it be national or regional broadcasters, you will find the information you are looking for at Livesportsontv.com. We guarantee the most accurate and latest information so that you can focus on the game and your team’s performance on the pitch.

Super Bowl LV

Super Bowl LV will be the 55th Super Bowl game and the fifth to be held in the Tampa area. The venue for this season’s Super Bowl will be Raymond James Stadium, a stadium with a capacity of just over 65 000. Raymond James Stadium has been the venue for two other Super Bowl games, Super Bowl XXXV and Super Bowl XLIII.

Author: Dan Anderson