With the summer well underway, the NFL training camps have started, and before you know it, it will soon be time to for the preseason games to kick off. And if you want to watch the games online, then you will need a way to do this. Freetips.com takes you through the different options that you have to stream games.
There are a number of different ways that you can stream any and all NFL content, it just depends on what you have access to and/or how much you are willing to pay for the privilege.
Sky Sports customers will know that Sky Sports shows an amazing amount of NFL content, normally featuring between three and five games per weekend, spread across Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and occasionally Thursday nights.
Sky TV comes with a number of great apps, most notably the Sky Go app, that allows you to watch your Sky TV from a number of different devices. There are apps for both Android and iOS as well as PC/Mac, and they all allow you to stream your live Sky channels on the device.
This means that you can use your existing Sky Sports subscription to watch NFL on the go, where ever you are. Further to that, if you are a Sky Q customer, then it is possible to record games onto your Sky Q box and then stream them to another device and watch later. So even if you aren’t awake for the 1 am game, then you can still watch the following day.
You can also get access to Sky Sports through the Now TV app, or a Now TV streaming device, here the cost to access Sky Sports is different, but it does allow you buy a limited subscription so you could just watch particular weekends or just particular games.
This is a very flexible option. The Now TV app is available on nearly all platforms, and this means you don’t have to buy a separate device just to access Now TV if you already have other smart devices.
When it comes to the games that are held in London, then the BBC normally streams these instead of Sky Sports, so you will be able to watch these games using the standard iPlayer app. This means that these games are free to all to watch, and now that there are four games held in London, and they are actually held at more UK friendly times, then it means there is ample opportunity to watch them.
Of course, if you want to be able to watch any game you like or any NFL content at all, then you could just go for the granddaddy of them all and get the NFL Game Pass.
This allows you to stream content directly from the NFL and has the benefit of letting you pick which game you want to watch as well as being able to watch on demand. The cost for the year is pretty reasonable as well, and therefore, this makes a great option for streaming content on demand.