How to Watch NFL Live Stream 2023/21 Football Online Without Cable
NFL live stream free: How to watch every 2023/21 NFL game online from anywhere on your TV, tablet or phone.
The 2023 season of America’s Most popular sports NFL kicked off on Thursday, September 10, with the defending champions Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Houston Texas and beat Houston, 34 – 20. The game was televised on NBC. According to Super Bowl LV odds, some sites suggest the Chiefs have chances to make it two in two seasons back to back, but the Ravens, Saints, and 49ers are the other favourites to contend for the Super Bowl trophy. Here are all the details on how you can watch 2023/21 NFL live stream all 250+ games.
Due to COVID -19, the NFL season has been modified. The regular season ends on January 3; all NFL games are scheduled on Thursday, Sunday, or Monday. All pre-season games were cancelled, and a lot of teams have chosen to play their home games without any fans inside closed doors and other teams have restricted the number of fans that can be allowed into the stadium for each game, to maintain social distancing.
The NFL has also expanded the 2023 playoff field from 12 teams to 14 teams, effectively allowing one more wild-card team from each conference.
Top Matches for Game Week 2
- Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (Thursday Night Football )[September 17, 8:20 p.m. ET]
- Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys [September 20, 1:00 p.m. ET]
- Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans [September 20, 4:25 p.m. ET]
- New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders(Monday Night Football ) [September 21, 8:15 p.m. ET]
Watch the NFL Live Stream Online 2023/21
There are many ways to catch the live-action of the NFL season; the simplest solution is to get a cable subscription as it lets you watch your local team games and other team games without much hindrance.
For those who don’t have a cable connection, things can get complicated, but it’s 2023, and watching live NFL football for cord-cutters is now easier than ever.
How to watch the NFL stream Football Online Without Cable connection?
The league has six television partners.
- NBC, which will air 17 “Sunday Night Football” games this season.
- CBS broadcasts 1 to 2 games every Sunday as it holds the AFC package.
- ESPN has rights to 17 “Monday Night Football” games.
- FOX has the NFC rights and also shows 1 to 2 games each Sunday, plus “Thursday Night Football” games beginning with Week 4
- NFL Network airs “Thursday Night Football.”
- Amazon Prime will stream 11 “Thursday Night Football” starting with Week 4
If you don’t have a cable connection and are a cord cutter and want to watch every match of the season, you must have access to all these broadcasters. The best solution for this is subscribing to Either FuboTV, which also has a seven day trial period, or subscribing to YouTube TV.
Both these live streaming services have access to all the required channels and also provide 500 hours of Cloud DVR Plus, to record any games or shows you want to re-watch. Both YouTube TV and FuboTV costs 65 USD/month individually. The only difference between YouTube TV and FuboTV is that the latter does not feature matches from the NFL Network.
Several Other NFL 2023/21 live streaming services are
Sling TV provides access to CBS, ESPN, Fox, NBC, and NFL Network which are all the channels that carry NFL playoff games. It charges 35 USD/month, and a seven-day free trial is also available.
Hulu+ provides access to ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC, Hulu also offers a seven-day free trial. Games broadcasted are subject to regional availability and blackout restrictions. You can subscribe to Hulu+ for 55 USD/month.
AT&T TV Now
DirecTV’s special NFL Sunday Ticket gives you access to local as well as out-of-market NFL games (based on your service address) on ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC. The subscription price is 55 USD/month.
How to watch using NFL Game Pass?
If you have the NFL Game Pass, you can access all of the NFL games without a cable connection; it costs around 125 USD/season. It also has a seven day free trial period.
The NFL Game Pass offers a “PRO” or “FREE” subscription. If you avail the free subscription, you get 24/7 access to the NFL Network, as well as highlights for every game and download some content to watch when offline. If you upgrade to the “PRO” subscription, it gives you all 256 live NFL games (including the NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl), full game replays, All-22 Coaches Film, and more.
How to watch NFL football games without cable for free?
One can stream NFL games for free using their mobile devices on both the NFL App and the Yahoo! Sports App, as they present all Sunday games being shown in your local market and national TV games (Thursday, Sunday, and Monday nights).
Live stream NFL games in Australia
Australians can watch the NFL using The Australian streaming service 7plus broadcasts two Sunday games a week for free. Check the schedule for dates and times.
Live Stream NFL games in Canada
NFL fans in Canada can watch the live stream on DAZN. To avail a DAZN tv subscription you must provide a valid Canadian credit/debit card, and it charges around 20 CAD/month or 150 CAD/year. DAZN also gives you a 30-day free trial.