Football fans can catch all the action and get the best insight from the NFL through NFL Network and NFL RedZone.
With exclusive live football games, analysis, highlights, and news, the NFL Network keeps viewers informed about what’s happening across the league.
During the regular season and playoffs, NFL RedZone is the place to watch every touchdown from every game. Unfortunately, however, the network only runs for seven hours every Sunday.
NFL Network and NFL RedZone on Vidgo
There are two packages available with Vidgo’s live streaming service. There are more than 95 channels on the English Plus plan for $55 per month. It costs $79.95/month to upgrade to the English Premier plan, which includes more than 110 channels. NFL Network and NFL RedZone are included in both packages.
Due to Vidgo’s lack of a Cloud DVR service, customers cannot record live NFL games. Each account can, however, stream three streams simultaneously. Additionally, Vidgo’s plans include beIN Sports, ESPN, and Fox Sports, as well as live local games through Fox regional sports networks.
Both plans offer college sports coverage, including ACC Network, Big Ten Network, ESPNU, Longhorn Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network.
NFL Network and NFL RedZone on YouTube TV
For $64.99/month, YouTube TV subscribers can access more than 85 channels, including the NFL Network, depending on their location. NFL RedZone is also available through the service’s Sports Plus add-on, which costs $10.99/month.
For YouTube TV subscribers, unlimited Cloud DVR storage is available for up to nine months, which is ideal for recording NFL action. In addition, all users can also access three simultaneous streams.
NFL fans can access CBS Sports Network, ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT for more live action through YouTube TV. Additionally, regional sports networks Fox, NBC, and SportsNet NY are available.
SEC Network, ESPNU, ACC Network, and Big Ten Network all broadcast college football.
Stream NFL Network and NFL RedZone on NFL.com
Through the NFL website, subscribers can watch live streams of NFL Network and NFL RedZone. To gain access, viewers must authenticate their subscriptions. Through NFL Network’s mobile app, viewers can also watch the channel.
NFL Network and NFL RedZone Supported Devices
Watching NFL Network and NFL RedZone on any device compatible with the streaming services mentioned above is possible. Mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles, smart TVs, and streaming media players typically fall into this category.
Users can watch NFL RedZone and NFL Network on the following devices, depending on the streaming provider:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Android mobile phones and tablets
- Android TV
- Apple iOS mobile phones and tablets
- Apple TV
- Facebook Portal
- Google Chromecast
- LG, Samsung and Vizio smart TVs
- Roku streaming devices
- Web browsers on Mac and Windows computers
- Nintendo Switch
- PlayStation 4 and 5 gaming consoles
- Xbox gaming consoles