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How to Watch 2022 NFL Season Free From Anywhere? TV and Live Guide

Fans of American Football can finally stop waiting as the NFL is back on the horizon with its 103rd season. Here, you will find all the TV and live stream information of the 2022 NFL Season for you to watch from anywhere in the world. 

It has been six months since Super Bowl LVI marked the end of the 2021 NFL season. With training camp returning on July 18, the most uneventful part of the calendar is over as the teams prepare for the pre-season exhibition games.  

Pro Football Hall of Fame Game between Jacksonville Jaguars and Las Vegas Raider kicked off the 2022 pre-season. Now, three more weeks of exhibition games are on the way before the start of the 18-week regular season games when the LA Rams host the Buffalo Bills in SoFi Stadium on September 8, 2022.

Let’s look at how to watch the 2022 NFL season from anywhere.

How to watch the 2022 NFL Season on TV?

NFL Network:

NFL Network is a television network owned by the NFL. It holds the right to broadcast the international and late-season Saturday night games. It is also the only network with the rights to broadcast every game of the 2022 NFL preseason

ESPN:

ESPN, another America-based sports network, does a live television broadcast of weekly NFL games on Monday Nights Football.

CBS:

On Sunday afternoon and evening, the NFL (AFC) games come live on the sports division of CBS Network. CBS has been part of the NFL broadcasting program since 1956.

FOX:

FOX, similar to CBS, broadcasts the afternoon and evening NFL (NFC) Sunday games of the regular season, NFL playoffs, and the Super Bowl.

NBC:

NBC has acquired the rights to broadcast the prime-time Sunday night football games. Along with Sunday night games, NBC is the network to broadcast the Hall of Fame Game and the NFL Kickoff Game.

Amazon Prime Video:

Amazon Prime Video is the exclusive broadcaster of the 2022 NFL season. After Fox and NFL Network opted out of the previous simulcasting deal, Amazon Prime became the sole broadcaster signing an agreement to acquire rights of TNF till 2033.

How to Livestream 2022 NFL Season?

NFL+:

Subscribing to the NFL+ (formerly known as NFL Game Pass) platform will let you watch all the in-market games of the playoffs and regular season on your mobile device (phone, Tablet). It costs $5 a month.

Peacock Premium:

Peacock premium will give you access to all the games broadcasted by NBC on Sunday nights. Buying the premium subscription of the peacock will cost $5 a month.

Paramount Plus:

Paramount Plus lets you live stream CBS TV. Therefore, you can enjoy the Sunday afternoon AFC games by paying only $5 or $10 per month, depending on whether you want to get rid of ads.

Fubo TV:

FuboTV is a streaming service. This platform offers live streams of 2022 NFL season games except for the Thursday Night Football Games and out-of-market games. To watch the NFL on Fubo TV, you will need to pay $70 per month.

Sling TV:

Sling is cheaper than Fubo TV, offering much of the same services. It costs only $35/month.

Hulu Live TV:

Hulu offers the same services as Fubo TV, costing $70/month. However, it also provides Disney Plus and ESPN+ in the same plan.

Youtube TV:

Another platform that provides access to local and prime-time NFL games is YouTube TV. Although the monthly fee is $65 for new members, the first three months are only $55.

Apple TV:

Apple is one of the front runners to win the contract of streaming the NFL Sunday Ticket. NFL Sunday Ticket is an out-of-market sports package that airs regular-season games from the National Football League (NFL). If Apple wins the contract, fans who cannot watch their team on local television can now enjoy the games.

How to Watch the 2022 NFL Season from Anywhere?

Now, let’s look at how to watch the 2022 season of the NFL from anywhere in the world outside the USA.

North America:

Canada:

  • TSN
  • CTV

Mexico:

  • Fox Sports Mexico
  • Azteca Deportes
  • Televisa

Latin America: 

Brazil:

  • ESPN Brasil

Others:

  • ESPN
  • NFL Sunday Ticket

Europe:

UK and Ireland: 

  • Sky Sports
  • NOW

Spain:

  • Movistar+

France:

  • L’Equipe

Netherlands:

  • ESPN

Germany and Switzerland: 

  • ProSieben Maxx

Italy:

  • DAZN

Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg: 

  • Eleven Sports

Russia:

  • Viasat Sport

Balkans:

  • Sport Klub

Czech Republic and Slovakia:

  • Premier Sport 

Hungary:

  • Arena4

Asia:

China:

  • Tencent

Japan:

  • Dazn

Korea:

  • Coupang Play

Indonesia:

  • Mola TV

MENA:

  • Shahid

Oceania:

Australia:

  • ESPN Australia
  • Seven Network 

New Zealand:

  • ESPN Australia
  • Spark Sport 

Concluding Remarks:

The NFL is one of the most watched sports in the world. Although American Football is most popular in North America, it is well known and followed in other parts of the world.

Along with the most-watched, NFL is the most successful sports league. Massive hype generates every year before the start of the season. This year is no different as the NFL fans are eager for potentially the most thrilling season in recent years to start.

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