How to Watch Sunday Night Football on your TV – NFL Season 2022

Yet another NFL season is here. The complete schedule is out, and the teams are preparing to bring us incredible moments. We will witness the opening clash on September 8 (Thursday), 2022, with Buffalo Bills taking on Los Angeles Rams. 

Then comes Sunday, and we have 18 games to be played on Sunday, including the first Sunday Night Football match between the Buccaneers and Cowboys.

If you are super-thrilled about this game, let us tell you how to watch Sunday Night Football from the comfort of your home.

Watch Sunday Night Football

How to Watch Sunday Night Football

Watching the Sunday Night Football games in the U.S. is quite simple. The reason is that NBC broadcasts Sunday Night Football and the channel is available on basic cable packages.

Do you use a traditional cable to watch movies and sports? Then, check with your T.V. provider for NBC. The National Broadcasting Company is available to U.S. viewers via its local NBC stations.

Moreover, you can install the NBC Sports app on your TV-connected device and activate the app at using the T.V. provider login details to stream NFL Sunday Night Football anytime, anywhere.

You can also watch Sunday Night Football on your computer at Make sure you use a super-speed internet connection for buffer-free streaming.

For a complete Sunday Night Football 2022 schedule – click here

Can I Stream Sunday Night Football without Cable?

It is the golden era for cord-cutters. Not only can they watch their favorite movies and T.V. shows, but also they can stream live sports and on-demand videos on their streaming devices and game consoles by subscribing to live T.V. streaming services, such as Sling T.V., fuboTV, YouTube T.V., and Hulu + Live T.V.

These streaming services offer hundreds of channels at the most affordable prices.

Peacock ($1.99/ month)

If you are a cord-cutter and want to watch Sunday Night Football on your T.V., subscribe to Peacock Premium. Choose a suitable plan – ad-supported ($4.99 per month) or ad-free ($9.99) – and watch your favorite athletes in action.

You may grab the limited-time offer for $1.99 monthly if you join now. Visit

fuboTV ($69.99/ month)

fuboTV has four plans. Each plan comes power-packed with numerous features like cloud DVR, unlimited screens, free trial, etc. For example, you can select the Pro plan (the best value plan) at $69.99 per month and enjoy Sunday Night Football.

Also, you get to watch 133 channels, cloud DVR (1,000 hours of space), and more. Select your plan and click the Start Free Trial option to subscribe.

Sling T.V. ($35/ half off for the first month)

The football season is back, and Sling T.V. has got a better way to stream live T.V. It is one of the most popular streaming services in the U.S. market and boasts three different plans.

Visit and enjoy Sling T.V. services at half rates (for the first month).

Hulu + Live TV ($69.99/ month)

Hulu + Live T.V. is your go-to shop for baseball, basketball, or football. Subscribe to Hulu and get access to more than 75 channels live channels plus Disney+ and ESPN+. Some of the top networks for live sports are CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, FS1, NFL Network, TNT, NBCSN, and regional sports in many cities.

You can cancel your subscription anytime. To subscribe, you should be at least 18 years old.

YouTube TV ($64.99/ month)

According to CNET, YouTube T.V. is “the best premium live T.V. streaming service” that offers 85+ top channels for live sports, entertainment, news, and more.

Some notable channels you get to watch include NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, NFL Network, FS1, CNN, Food Network, Comedy Central, TNT, Nickelodeon, Univision, ESPN, and AMC.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to watch Sunday Night Football outside of the United States?

If you have to watch NFL outside of the U.S., consider using a VPN. Always use a good service provider to stay safe.

How do I watch Sunday Night Football in the United Kingdom?

If you have a Sky T.V. subscription, you can watch Sunday Night Football games via the NFL Channel from Sky Sports. Also, you may want to use NFL Game Pass to enjoy on-demand or live game broadcasts. Make sure you activate the NFL game pass at

My name is Dan Smith, and I am a senior technical writer at Activate Guide. I have been covering the technology industry for over seven years, writing about streaming devices, TV channels, credit card activation, and many more.

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