Are you ready for some football?
Aussie NFL fans don't have to rely on free-to-air TV networks to get their American football fix. Along with dedicated coverage on Foxtel and the Kayo sports streaming service, Australians can get access to every single game of the NFL season live and on-demand via the official NFL Game Pass subscription service.
To help you decide which is the right option for you, we've broken them all down below:
Option 1: Live streaming NFL in HD with Kayo
Kayo Sports offers a limited selection of NFL games each week, similar to Foxtel. Replays aren’t available, but you can tune in to live stream the games. The Kayo app delivers live HD streams and works with a several devices, including Macs/PCs, smartphones and laptops, Telstra TV, and Chromecast.
Subscribers can choose between two price points - $25/month for two simultaneous streams or $35/month for three. The service offers some additional perks as well, like split-screen view, so you can watch multiple sports at once. A 14-days free trial is available for new customers.
Option 2: Live streaming NFL in HD with Foxtel
Foxtel broadcasts NFL games via ESPN, so you will need the Sport Package to be able to watch. Subscribers get up to three live games per week including Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football, NFL RedZone, and all playoffs. You can stream the games to your laptop or mobile device using the Foxtel GO app, which comes free with your Foxtel subscription. All you have to do is download the app from the App Store or Google Play and enter your Foxtel ID. Once that’s done, you will be able to watch the channels from your subscription on the go. If you want to tune in with your laptop instead, visit the Foxtel website.
Alternatively, you can also stream NFL games with Foxtel Now. ESPN is included in the Sport Package, which is $29/month. You’ll also need to get the Entry Pack, though, to be able to add Sports to your subscription. This one is $25/month and includes Pop and Lifestyle channels. As a result, you will pay at least $54/month to be able to stream NFL games with Foxtel Now. The platform is available on PCs/Macs, smartphones/tablets, Chromecast/Airplay, the Foxtel Now Box, Telstra TV, and PS4. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.
ESPN is also accessible through the Fetch TV Vibe channel pack. This one is only $6/month, but the total monthly price of your subscription will vary based on whether you purchase your Fetch box from a broadband provider or buy it outright.
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Option 3: Streaming NFL matches with NFL Game Pass
NFL Game Pass is a subscription streaming service combining the latest NFL news, scores and statistics with live streams and on-demand replays of every game in the current NFL season. Featuring round-the-clock coverage of all the action across the league, NFL Game Pass brings the complete American football experience into Aussie homes.
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