Networks & Services Streaming Sunday Night Football in 2017
Sunday Night Football broadcasts weekly NFL games in the United States on NBC. The show began airing in 2006. Prior to 2006, the network aired the American Football League or AFL and then the American Football Conference (AFC), games. NBC purchased the rights to air the Sunday Prime Time from then ESPN, which carried its broadcast till 2005. The Spanish Language version of the broadcast is available on NBC Universo. Also, the channel provides an audio feed of the game.
|Channel||Program Streamed||Free Trial||HD Stream||Cable Required||iOS App||Android App|
|Sunday Night Football||Yes, with Sling/DTVN||Yes||Yes, except with Sling/DTVN||Yes||Yes|
Watch Sunday Night Football on NBC
NBC is available across the United States via almost all local cable operators in the region. The channel is not hard to find in most cases since its part of the starter or basic package offered by pay-tv services. However, some services may require that you subscribe separately to it as part of an entertainment package. Since an increasing number of cable services also provide streaming services, it’s possible to stream the channel online as well.
Stream Sunday Night Football Live Without Cable
Many people want to rightfully make the switch from regular cable to online streaming. The advantage of streaming is that it’s possible to stream from anywhere and any devices. Services like Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW happen to be the most affordable and reliable offering an array of channels including NBC. Both services have apps for iOS and Android devices as well as the possibility of streaming online via a regular web browser. Sling TV starts at $20 a month with AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW at $35 a month with no long term commitment.
You can try out both services for free using the links below:
|Sling (7 Days Free)||DIRECTV NOW (7 Days Free)|
|Try Sling TV||Try DIRECTV NOW|