Want to watch live nfl football online via a free stream or digital streaming platform? Want to do that from anywhere to boot? Well, in this article you will find the solution to all of your problems. All you will need is a little piece of cybersecurity software called Virtual Private Network, or VPN. You will need to pay for, install and use a specific server if you want to watch all of the content listed below outside of the United States. Don’t worry though, it’s really not complicated and VPNs only cost a few dollars a month! Better than not being able to catch your favorite sport from another country, isn’t it? Let’s go!
Even if you can’t watch the NFL because you are located outside of the US, you can educate yourself on how to watch the game through other means. The same goes for when you travel outside of the country because you’ve left the broadcasting zone (or geo-fence). What does this mean? Well, how you do this depends on the quality of internet service in your area and your virtual private network settings. We’ll get into what exactly a VPN constitutes later.
We will also look at lists of some great online digital platforms as well as official streaming platforms. Regular cable sports networks can also be found on TV Sports bars and TV networks, and are also available online on TV subscription services. However, fewer and fewer people watch television nowadays. That is the simple, sad truth.
We all want instant on-demand quality content even if we’re somewhere very remote, or on the city subway. Thankfully, the most amazing streaming platforms and free streams can be found online across almost any device today and are easily accessible through the internet (albeit, with a VPN if you want to go international)!
Watch Live NFL Action Online Wherever You Are
Here we are, then. Want to know more about where you can watch the U.S National Football League Online? Instead of rummaging through an online search for hours, we’ve got it sorted out for you. Look no further than what is below!
NFL free streams found on the web
Here are your popular NFL free streams.
- 123 TV
- Live Soccer TV
- Live TV
These are traditional channels that free streams and paid services use to broadcast the NFL.
- ESPN 2
- CBS Sports
- NBC Sports
- FOX Sports 1
- FOX Sports 2
- The NFL Network
- NFL RedZone
Paid digital streaming services
These are popular digitals streaming services that not only stream the NFL but include hundreds of other channels and content.
- Yahoo Sports App
- Peacock TV
- Amazon Prime Video
- YouTube TV
- Hulu + Live TV
- DAZN (Canada)
The Virtual Private Network
Now, there is a catch. If you watch any of the above content (or try to access it) from outside of the United States’ borders, you will experience what is known in NFL circles as a blackout. This basically means that broadcasting laws that instate geographical restrictions on media will limit what you can see and where you can see it. Yes, you can find illegal low-quality streams without additional software, but the streams provided above coupled with a VPN are a much better experience!
So, let’s get going. Together with your list above, you’re going to need a VPN and you’re going to need to set your browser in private or incognito mode. This comes before you access streams with a VPN on. However, let’s start with the VPN first! Go ahead and download a premium VPN of your choice.
Many providers have access to US servers nowadays, but try to avoid the free ones (except maybe, Proton). You can pick up NordVPN and others for a few dollars a month! Not only will you achieve the NFL viewing experience outside of the United States, but your connection will also be protected like never before due to military-grade encryption.
Once you have paid for your VPN and installed it for your particular device, simply go ahead and connect to a United States server (you will see these in your app under ‘server’). When you see a green light, you are now connected to the United States.
This means that your DNS and IP address (don’t pay too much attention to this) are now re-routed to the United States. What this means for you is that all of the above content just got unlocked! The internet now sees you as being physically located in the United States which is exactly what you need to watch the above content from outside of the country. Now, go ahead and enjoy the NFL from anywhere outside of the United States.
Alexia is the author at Research Snipers covering all technology news including Google, Apple, Android, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung News, and More.