NFL Sunday Night Football not only features one of the NFL’s top games each week, it’s the top rated TV show in the US.
NFL Sunday Night Football Games are broadcast by NBC and the broadcast crew of Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, and Michelle Tafoya all return in 2021. Let’s take a look at the live streaming options for watching NFL Sunday Night Football.
Peacock is NBC video streaming service that currently offers 3 subscription levels, Free, Premium, and Premium Plus. Subscribers who choose the Premium ($4.99 / month) or the Premium Plus ($9.99 / month) can live stream all NFL Sunday Night Football games, including the NFL Kickoff game on Thursday September 9th, and Super Bowl on February 13th, 2022. Subscribers to the Free version of Peacock can only watch with a verified TV provider subscription.
Online Video Services
Most of the streaming TV services offer NBC as part of their packages. Sling, however, only offers NBC in select cities, so you’ll want to check the Sling help center to see if you are in one of those areas.
It’s important to note that NBC is available over-the-air, so an antenna is always a free option.
Ways to Watch NFL Sunday Night Football
- Over the Air (NBC)
- Peacock Premium – $4.99 / month
- NBC Sports App or NBCSports.com w/ TV subscription
- Hulu + Live TV – starting at $54.99
- YouTube TV – $64.99
- fuboTV – starting at $64.99
- AT&T TV Now – starting at $55
* You’ll want to double check each service by entering your zip code on their site to make sure they offer local channels in your area. Most of them do, but always check before subscribing.
NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule – 2021
All Sunday night games are scheduled for a 8:20pm ET / 5:20pm PT kickoff.
Kickoff – Cowboys @ Buccaneers – Thursday, Sept. 9
Week 1 – Bears @ Rams – Sunday, Sept. 12
Week 2 – Chiefs @ Ravens – Sunday, Sept. 19
Week 3 – Packers @ 49ers – Sunday, Sept.26
Week 4 – Buccaneers @ Patriots – Sunday, Oct. 3
Week 5 – Bills @ Chiefs – Sunday, Oct. 10
Week 6 – Seahawks @ Steelers – Sunday, Oct. 17
Week 7 – Colts @ 49ers – Sunday, Oct. 24
Week 8 – Cowboys @ Vikings – Sunday, Oct. 31
Week 9 – Titans @ Rams – Sunday, Nov. 7
Week 10 – Chiefs @ Raiders – Sunday, Nov. 14
Week 11 – Steelers @ Chargers – Sunday, Nov. 21
Thanksgiving – Bills @ Saints – Thursday, Nov. 25
Week 12 – Browns @ Ravens – Sunday, Nov. 28
Week 13 – 49ers @ Seahawks – Sunday, Dec. 5
Week 14 – Bears @ Packers – Sunday, Dec. 12
Week 15 – Saints @ Buccaneers – Sunday, Dec. 19
Week 16 – Washington @ Cowboys – Sunday, Dec. 26
Week 17 – Vikings @ Packers – Sunday, Jan. 2
If you have a TV subscription with a verified provider you can authenticate and watch online at NBCSports.com, Peacock, through the NBC Sports App on mobile or on a variety of TV connected devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, xBox, and Smart TVs.
Watch Sunday Night Football on Mobile
The Yahoo Sports App and NFL App give you access to watch every in-market and Nationally broadcast NFL game on your mobile device for free with any additional subscription and without the need to authenticate through a TV provider. This is a mobile only option, so you can’t connect to a larger screen, but it is free to all on iOS and Android.
The NBC Sports app provides another option for mobile users. This option, however, will require you to authenticate with your TV provider to be able to watch the game.
NFL Sunday Night Football is very accessible to football fans. It’s available on your TV either over-the-air with an antenna, via Peacock Premium, or through online streaming TV services. If you want to watch on mobile, all NFL Sunday Night games are live streamed free on the Yahoo Sports App or NFL app.