Monday Night Football debuted in 1970 and has been a Monday night staple on TV’s for over 50 years. MNF Games were broadcast on ABC until 2006 when ESPN took over broadcast rights. The 2022 season brings with it a new but familiar broadcast crew for Monday Night Football. Former Fox top pairing of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will man the new MNF booth. There will also be a pair of MNF games in Weeks 1 & 2 that will be simulcast on ABC.
Let’s take a look at some of the options for live streaming Monday Night Football.
Online Streaming Services
A subscription to ESPN through a TV provider is going to be required if you want to watch al games on your TV or through a TV connected device. Fortunately, most of the streaming tv services have ESPN as part of their packages. The least expensive option is Sling TV’s Orange package which will run you $35/month.
- Hulu + Live TV – starting at $69.99/month
- YouTube TV – $64.99
- fuboTV – starting at $64.99
- Sling (Orange Package) – $35
- DirecTV Stream – starting at $69.99
Mobile and Tablet
The NFL App and a subscription to NFL+ will allow you to watch every in-market and prime time NFL game on your mobile device or tablet without any additional subscription and without the need to authenticate through a TV provider. This is a mobile and tablet only option.
The “ManningCast” – Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli
Back again in 2022 is the 10 game package of Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli. This alternative MNF broadcasts, often referred to as the “ManningCast” features brothers Peyton and Eli Manning analyzing the MNF broadcast in real-time with a variety of guests.
The ManningCast is shown on ESPN2 and thus available through any of the online streaming services above that carry ESPN2. It is also simulcast on ESPN+, the premium streaming service from ESPN. A subscription to ESPN+ cost $6.99 per month.
The ESPN app provides streaming access to all ESPN programming, including Monday Night Football. It requires a paid TV subscription w/ ESPN and authentication and is available across a large variety of mobile, tablet, and TV connected devices.
Monday Night Football Schedule – 2022
Week 1 – Sept. 12: Denver at Seattle (ABC/ESPN)
Week 2 – Sept. 19: Tennessee at Buffalo – 7:15pm (ESPN)
Week 2 – Sept. 19: Minnesota at Philadelphia- 8:30PM (ABC)
Week 3 – Sept. 26: Dallas at NY Giants
Week 4 – Oct. 3: LA Rams at San Francisco
Week 5 – Oct. 10: Las Vegas at Kansas City
Week 6 – Oct. 17: Denver at LA Chargers
Week 7 – Oct. 24: Chicago at New England
Week 8 – Oct. 31: Cincinnati at Cleveland
Week 9 – Nov. 7: Baltimore at New Orleans
Week 10 – Nov. 14: Washington at Philadelphia
Week 11 – Nov. 21: San Francisco at Arizona
Week 12 – Nov. 28: Pittsburgh at Indianapolis
Week 13 – Dec. 5: New Orleans at Tampa Bay
Week 14 – Dec. 12: New England at Arizona
Week 15 – Dec. 19: LA Rams at Green Bay (ABC/ESPN)
Week 16 – Dec. 27: LA Chargers at Indianapolis
Week 17 – Jan. 2: Buffalo at Cincinnati
Some cable TV providers have their own streaming app, such as Xfinity’s Stream app. Some of these products will restrict the ability to stream TV to your own home, so watching on the go may not be an option with these apps.
Monday Night Football live streaming options come down to having an ESPN subscription if you want to watch the game on TV or the NFL mobile app with an NFL+ subscription if you are willing to watch the game on your mobile device or tablet.