It is obvious that you can watch NFL on Firestick. Just like any other media streaming device, Fire TV Stick also has a lot of apps and channels that allow NFL streaming. This article will be all about how to watch NFL on Firestick.
Fire Tv Stick has plenty of sports networks in its store. Along with other sports, you can easily watch NFL content on Fire TV Stick. The NFL app is also available to download on your Firestick. Nevertheless, you can choose to stream from other channels and apps according to your preference and budget.
The first and foremost thing to make sure of before watching the NFL on Firestick is that you are getting value for money. For example, if you are spending a lot of money on a subscription to an online streaming service, the service should be able to replace the cable for you. We will talk about all that in this article about how to watch NFL on Firestick.
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How to Watch NFL on Firestick?
The NFL app is the official NFL network application. And it is available to be downloaded on Firestick. Hence the NFL app is the best or easiest way to stream live and watch other NFL content on Firestick. So, how to watch NFL on Firestick via the official NFL network app?
1. Go to the NFL app page.
2. Select CTV from the options on the top-left.
3. From the list of smart TVs, select Fire TV. You will be redirected to an Amazon.com page.
4. On the right-hand side, you will see a dropdown menu. From there, select your Amazon Firestick.
5. Hit Get App. This should get the NFL app installed on your Firestick.
6. Open the NFL app on your Firestick. You will have access to several NFL content, including free NFL clips.
7. To access more content, select the profile icon at the top-right corner.
8. Hit TV Provider. You can log in with your cable, internet, or mobile account. Just remember that NFL has to be a part of your current plan (you can also log in with Paramount+ on this page).
9. If you don’t have NFL in your current plan, you will have to select Subscriptions and sign up for NFL Game Pass (there is an option to sign up for NFL Game Pass on the NFL website too).
The subscription amount is $99.99 per year. They also offer a 7-day free trial which you can use to watch all NFL content on your Fire TV Stick.
Watch NFL on Firestick Using Other Streaming Apps
There are a few other ways that you can watch NFL on Firestick. Basically, any streaming partner of the NFL that is available on the Fire TV Stick can let you watch live streams, on-demand videos, and other content.
1. Watch NFL With ESPN+
ESPN+ is a sports streaming service that allows holistic sports coverage. So, if you are a die-hard sports fan, you can really consider getting an ESPN+ subscription. ESPN has the rights to broadcast NFL games and other NFL content—the paid plans of ESPN+ start at $5.99 a month. With the basic plan itself, you can watch all the NFL content available on the streaming service.
2. Watch NFL With fubiTV
The only emission from the list of sports networks on fuboTV is the ESPN network. Other than that, fuboTV’s basic package gives you access to beIN Sports, CBS Sports Network, FOX Sports, NBA TV, NBC Sports Network, and NFL Network. And hence, it goes without saying that you can stream NFL games and watch other NFL content, like highlights, news, etc, on Firestick with a fuboTV subscription.
The subscription fee is $64.99 per month (there is a 14-day free trial), and you don’t have to pay anything extra to watch NFL games. Even if the price is high, fuboTV offers 200+ TV channel support. It is capable enough to replace your local TV operator.
3. Watch NFL With Sling
Sling TV LLC, the company of Dish Network, operates LSling TV, an American streaming television service. The online multimedia video coding supplier, which was revealed on January 5, 2015, at the Consumer Electronics Show, seeks to strengthen subscription online streaming amenities for cable subscribers by providing a choice of significant cable channels and OTT-originated services that can be broadcasted through TVs, streaming devices, and applications.
Sling TV Supported Devices
- Android and Apple iOS devices,
- Android TV, Apple TV, macOS, and Windows computers.
- LG and Samsung smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV.
- Nexus Player, Roku, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S devices,
- Amazon Fire TV, Nexus Player, Roku, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S devices.
4. Watch NFL on YouTube TV
YouTube TV offers 70 channels that include ESPN and NFL. Although YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month, it offers a 12-day free trial. You can use this trial to see if you like the services and decide whether you want to spend that amount of money.
How Much is NFL on Firestick?
There is no specific amount for NFL on Firestick. It is because every streaming service has its unique pricing. If you read the previous section, you will know the pricing of the best streaming services on Fire TV Stick.
How Can I Watch NFL For Free on Firestick?
Most of the NFL content is available under premium subscriptions; there are a few ways to watch NFL for free on Firestick.
There is a streaming service called Twitch which has a Fire Stick app. This app offers a few authorized NFL broadcasts. These broadcasts can range from post and pre-match discussions to live match streams.
You can also access ad-supported NFL, Fox Sports, and other sports channels’ live streams on Tubi. Although all the features of paid services like replay won’t be available, on Tubi, you can watch NFL games for free.
NFL on Amazon Prime Video
If you have a Prime Video subscription, you can watch NFL matches’ live broadcasts and other NFL events on your Amazon Firestick. All you have to do is head to the Sports section on the Prime Video web page and find NFL. Hover your mouse pointer over it to get the option Add to Watchlist. When the game starts, it will appear on your Firestick screen.
So, that is how you watch NFL on Firestick. There are many ways. The only difference is the price and the nature of NFL content. As you can see, there are also options to watch NFL for free on Firestick. So, if you are a Firestick user, you are sorted for NFL. You won’t have to miss any NFL matches or news. With this, I’ll say goodby for today. I’ll see you next time.