How to stream NFL Network and NFL RedZone

Both NFL Network and NFL RedZone broadcast NFL programming and live games. In addition, several live streaming services offer both channels owned and operated by the NFL.

NFL Network and NFL RedZone on fuboTV

FuboTV provides live streaming access to more than 110 channels for $64.99/month. The regular channel lineup of fuboTV includes NFL Network, but NFL RedZone is only available with the Sports Plus add-on for an additional $10.99/month.

Starter fuboTV accounts come with 250 hours of cloud digital video recorder (DVR) storage so viewers can record games they can’t watch live.

For an additional $16.99/month, you can upgrade to 1,000 hours. You can also subscribe to the fuboTV Pro plan for $69.99/month. You can also choose the Elite plan for $79.99 per month.

FuboTV Starter plan subscribers also get three simultaneous streams, which makes it easy to watch NFL Sunday on one device and another live program on another.

Subscribers to the Pro and Elite plans have access to unlimited screens, including 10 simultaneous screens at home. Members of the Starter plan can also add this feature for an additional $9.99 per month.

FuboTV Starter includes ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports Network, and several college networks, including ACC Network, Big Ten Network, and SEC Network. In addition, it offers viewers live local NFL games on Fox and NBC, as well as entertainment, lifestyle, and news channels.

NFL Network and NFL RedZone on Hulu + Live TV

For $64.9/month, Hulu + Live TV offers over 75 channels, including the NFL Network. Moreover, NFL RedZone is available for an additional $9.99/month as part of the Sports add-on package.

Hulu + Live TV subscriptions include 50 hours of cloud DVR storage, which can be upgraded to 200 hours for $9.99/month.

You can increase the number of screens to unlimited at home and three when away for $9.99/month. You can combine these two options for $14.98/month.

Hulu’s on-demand library of shows and movies is included with a subscription.

CBS Sports Network, ESPN, Fox Sports, and NBC Sports Network are also included in the package. In addition, ESPNU, ESPN College Extra, and the SEC Network are also available for college football fans.

NFL Network and NFL RedZone on Sling TV

There are three packages available with Sling TV, which offers live channels. In addition, sling TV subscribers can watch NFL Network around the clock by selecting the $35/month Sling Blue pass.

NFL RedZone is also available through the Sports Extra add-on, which costs an additional $11/month.

Additionally, Sling TV offers an Orange package for $35/month, including some channels not included in the Blue package, such as ESPN and ESPN2. You must combine the packages for $50/month to get all of Sling TV’s channels.

Each Sling Blue account comes with 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage and three simultaneous streams. Furthermore, the package includes Fox Sports, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT, as well as live NFL games on Fox and NBC.