How to Watch NFL on Roku Seamlessly in 2024?

How to Watch NFL on Roku

Have you found your partner to watch this year’s NFL with? I have. I have watched NFL on Disney+. Now you can watch NFL from anywhere. But do you know how to watch NFL on Roku? Well, it is easy. Let’s see how.

In 2021, NFL signed its 11-year media rights agreement with networks like ESPN, NBC, FOX, and CBS. So, any package that includes one of these sports networks will let you stream NFL on your Roku TV. If you have a Roku TV, you are sorted for NFL 2023 and the Super Bowl 2024.

In the next paragraph, I will show you how to watch NFL on Roku. There are a handful of options, actually. There are different apps and TV channels that will allow you to watch NFL on Roku.

How to Watch NFL on Roku in 2023?

As mentioned earlier, if you have a Roku TV, you can easily watch NFL. You can choose from a wide array of apps and channels that allow NFL streaming—some of the live TV streaming services provided by Roku that offer NFL streaming are fuboTV, Hulu+Live TV, etc. Below are a list of sports channels and apps that allow NFL streaming on Roku:

1. Watch NFL on NFL App

NFL on Roku | NFL App

This is the easiest way to watch NFL on Roku TV is the NFL app. This is the official NFL network app. The NFL app is supported on iOS, Android mobile devices, fireTV, Apple TV, Roku, and Android TV. You can easily watch behind the scenes, highlights and replays on the NFL app.

If you want to watch NFL games on the NFL app, you will need the NFL game-pass subscription of the NFL app, which will cost you $100 per person per month ($99.99 a year). All you need to do is go to the NFL website, buy the NFL Game Pass, and download the NFL app on your Roku TV. The NFL Game Pass is available in the US, EU, Asia, and the Middle East.

2. Watch NFL on Sling TV App

NFL on Roku | Sling TV

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.

3. Watch NFL on ESPN+

NFL on ESPN Plus

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.

And as mentioned earlier, 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.

4. Watch NFL on Peacock

If you don’t know already, Peacock is NBC Universal’s flagship offering in the streaming service market.

Peacock is NBC’s Universal streaming service. It is a platform where you can stream a hundred iconic TV shows, hit movies, and current NBC hits. 

The channels under Peacock Include NBC proper, NBC News, Syfy, Bravo, and many more. Subscription plans for Peacock are mentioned below.

  • Peacock TV with Ads: Peacock TV with Ads costs from $4.99 per month to $50 per annum.
  • Peacock TV without Ads: Peacock TV without Ads costs $49.99 per month to $100 per annum.

Devices to Operate Peacock

You can access Peacock on devices like Apple TV, LG Smart TV,  PlayStation 4, Chromecast, Microsoft Xbox One, Android Phones, iPhones, etc.

5. Watch NFL on Hulu+Live TV

NFL on Hulu+Live TV

Hulu+Live TV provides access to plenty of sports networks for Roku device users. They include CBS Sports Network, ESPN, FOX Sports, and NBC Sports Network.

If you have a good budget, go for the ultimate Hulu bundle on your Roku that gives you access to all the Disney+ and ESPN+ channels. This bundle also offers more than 75 live TV channels and 50 hours of cloud DVR support. The price is a bit high – $64.99 per month. You can check out the services by opting for the 7-day free trial.

6. Watch NFL on fuboTV

Fubo TV

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 Roku 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.

How to Watch NFL on Roku?

Wrapping Up

So, now you know how to watch NFL on Roku devices. It is a peach. There are plenty of options of channels, networks, and apps to choose from that allows NFL streaming on Roku. Go through all the options I have laid out and decide what suits your budget and interest the most. I’ll see you with more information on anything and everything. Till then, ciao!

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