NFL 2022 TV Rights (Worldwide)

NFL TV CoverageNational Football League is the highest level of American football league featuring 32 teams. It is one of the four major North American sports leagues and also considered as the most popular one. According to stats, in an average, more than 15 million viewers watched a regular season NFL game in 2020. The competition is definitely the mostly watched sporting competition within US and also has a massive fanbase across the entire American region. In this content, we will list out all the broadcasting TV channels and sources which broadcast NFL in various countries of the planet.

 

NFL 2022 Broadcasting TV Channel List (Worldwide)

United States of America:

Within USA, the NFL broadcasting right is shared by as many as 5 broadcasting networks. Viewers can enjoy the English language broadcasting of the competition’s various games and stages through CBS Sports, Fox Sports networks, ESPN networks (including ABC), NBCUniversal as well as NFL Network. On the contrary, Spanish language users can enjoy actions in their beloved language through Fox Deportes, ESPN Deportes, Universo and also through CBS Sports and NFLN via SAP.

Broadcasting Network or TV Channel Coverage Details Language Version
CBS Sports Regular Season Sunday Afternoon and Evening Fixtures, Playoffs, Super Bowl (LV) English
Fox Sports Network Regular Season Sunday Afternoon and Evening Games, Thursday Night Fixtures, Playoffs, Super Bowl (Subject to Rotation) English
NBC Sunday Night Regular Season Encounters, Playoffs, Super Bowl (LVI), Hall of Fame, NFL kickoff English
ESPN / ABC National Monday Night Regular Season Matches, Playoffs, Pro Bowl English
NFL Network Regular Season Thursday Night Fixtures, Late Season Saturday Matches English
Fox Deportes Sunday Afternoon and Evening, Thursday Night Games (National) Spanish
Universo Sunday Night Fixtures (National) Spanish
ESPN Deportes Monday Night Fixtures (National) Spanish
CBS Sports (using SAP) Sunday Afternoon and Evening Games (National) Spanish
NFL Network (using SAP) Thursday Night Games (National) Spanish

Americas:

Country or Region Broadcasting TV Channels or Sources
Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela (South America) ESPN Latin America, FOX Sports Latin America and NFL Sunday Ticket
Brazil ESPN Brasil
Canada TSN, CTV, CTV 2 (English), RDS (French)
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama (Central America) ESPN Latin America, FOX Sports Latin America and NFL Sunday Ticket
Mexico ESPN Latin America, FOX Sports Latin America, Azteca Deportes, Televisa Deportes

As the broadcasting right is actually shared by multiple TV channels, within the whole American region, we will try to specify the network based coverage details in the following chart to help you avoiding confusions.

Broadcasting Network Country or Region Coverage Details
Fox Sports Latin America South America, Central America, Mexico Select Sunday afternoon games, National Thursday and Saturday night games. Select Playoffs games, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl
ESPN Latin America South America, Central America, Mexico National Sunday and Monday night games, selected Playoffs games, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl
Azteca Mexico NFL Red Zone (Enhanced Version), AFC Playoff Games (Full), Super Bowl
Televisa Mexico Sunday afternoon games (Select), Monday Night Football (Mexico City Game only), NFC playoffs games, Super Bowl
NFL Network Central America, Mexico National Thursday and Saturday night games
ESPN Brasil Brazil Sunday afternoon, Sunday, Monday and Thursday night games
TSN Canada Sunday afternoon, Sunday, Monday and Thursday night games, Playoffs, Grey Cup
RDS Canada All Montreal, Ottawa games, Select Additional games, Playoffs, Grey Cup (French Language Coverage)
CTV Canada Sunday Afternoon games, Most Playoffs, Super Bowl
CTV 2 Canada Simulcasts Sunday and Thursday Night Football

Asia, Oceania and Africa:

Country or Region Broadcasting Sources Coverage Details (Optional)
Australia ESPN (Pay) Up to 3 Live Games per Week (Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football), All Playoffs, NFL RedZone
Seven Network / 7mate (Free to Air) 3 Live Games per Week (Sunday Night Football), All Playoffs
Indian Sub-Continent FanCode (Pay)
Indonesia, Timor Leste Mola TV (Pay Streaming) Up to 6 Regular Season games per week, Playoffs, Super Bowl
Korea MBC Sports+ (Pay) Regular Season Games, NFL Playoffs, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl
New Zealand Sky Sport New Zealand (Pay) 1 Live Match (Every Monday Night)
Spark Sport (Pay) 3 Sunday games live (Monday in NZ); Thursday Night game live (Friday in NZ)
ESPN (Pay) Sunday and Monday Night Football, Most Playoff Matches
Philippines One Sports, One Sports+ (Pay) Live broadcast of Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football
Thailand TrueVisions Seven Regular Season Games per Week, Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football, Playoffs
Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen (MENA) beIN SPORTS (Pay)

Europe:

Country or Region Broadcasting Sources Coverage Details (Optional)
Andorra, Spain Movistar Deportes (Premium) 2 Sunday Afternoon fixtures, A Thanksgiving match, Most Playoffs, Super Bowl, Thursday, Monday Night Football
Vamos (Free) Kickoff game, Sunday Night Football, Select Regular Season and Playoff matches, Super Bowl
Movistar+ (Pay)
Austria Puls 4 (Free to Air), DAZN (Pay) 2 Sunday Afternoon fixtures; Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football; Most Playoffs; Super Bowl, NFL RedZone Via NFLN
Belarus Viasat Sport
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia (Balkans) Sport Klub (Pay)
Belgium, Luxembourg and Portugal Eleven Sports (Pay)
Czech Republic and Slovakia Premier Sport (pay)
Denmark Viasat Sport (TV3+. TV3 Sport 1, Viaplay) (Pay)
France L’Equipe (Free to Air) Live coverage for Sunday matches, Playoffs, Super Bowl
beIN SPORTS (Pay)
Germany, Switzerland DAZN (Pay) 2 Sunday Afternoon fixtures; Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football; Most Playoffs; Super Bowl, NFL RedZone Via NFLN
ProSieben and ProSieben Maxx (Free to Air) Kickoff game, Select Regular Season fixtures, Some Playoff matches and Super Bowl
Hungary Arena4 (Pay)
Ireland Sky Sports (Pay) All Nationally Aired Matches
Italy DAZN (Pay) 2 Sunday Afternoon fixtures; Sunday, Monday, Thursday Night Football; Most Playoffs; Super Bowl, NFL RedZone Via NFLN
Netherlands ESPN (Pay)
Russia Viasat Sport (Pay)
United Kingdom Sky Sports (Pay) All Nationally Aired Matches
BBC Sport (Free to Air) Weekly Highlights, London International Series Matches, Super Bowl
Amazon Prime Video Thursday and Saturday Matches Live
Channel 5 Monday Football Night, Weekly Highlights on Sundays

Apart from these, Amazon broadcasts Thursday and Saturday encounters Worldwide.

NFL Online Streaming Options in USA:

US based viewers who are willing to catch the NFL actions via online streaming, can watch through:

  • fuboTV
  • Sling TV (Orange and Blue Combo)
  • AT&T TV Now
  • Hulu+ Live TV
  • YouTube TV
  • ESPN App or WatchESPN (ESPN Contents)
  • Fox Sports Go (Fox Sports Contents)
  • CBS All Access (CBS Sports Contents)
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • NFL Sunday Ticket (Out of Market Regular Season Games)
  • NFL Game Pass (Delayed Coverage)

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