‘Sunday Night Football’: How to Watch the Chiefs vs. Packers Game for Free From Anywhere

‘Sunday Night Football’: How to Watch the Chiefs vs. Packers Game for Free From Anywhere


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The Badger State and the Show-Me State lead this week’s Sunday Night Football matchup as the Green Bay Packers face off against the Kansas City Chiefs for Week 13.

The Packers will host the Chiefs at Lambeau Field Stadium in Green Bay, Wis. The game will air Sunday (Dec. 3) at 8:20 p.m. ET/5:20 p.m. PT on NBC.

If you want to watch the game live, tickets are still available and priced at around $96 to $106 on Gametime and StubHub.

Read on for details on how to watch the Chiefs vs. Packers and other Sunday football games without cable.

How to Watch Sunday Night Football on NBC

The internet makes it pretty easy to live stream Sunday Night Football, without needing cable or satellite. For example, you can stream the Packers vs. Chiefs game with Peacock Premium Plus ($11.99/month). The subscription includes live access to your local NBC channel, ad-free streaming, access to Peacock Originals, current NBC and Bravo shows, movies, news and sports.

You can also stream NBC live on DirecTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV and other streamers that provide live channels. To access your favorite streamers internationally, use ExpressVPN.

And if you’re not as interested in a streaming subscription, you can watch NBC and other local channels with an TV antenna for around $25 like the digital antenna featured here.

How to Live Stream Sunday Night Football for Free

Streaming subscriptions can get expensive. Luckily, there are still a few platforms that offer free trials such as DirecTV Stream and Fubo. Apart from free streaming for up to a week, DirecTV and Fubo offer affordable plans for under $70/month.

With DirecTV, football fans can stream dozens of local channels, cable channels and premium channels including NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, FS1, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Redzone and more. DirecTV Stream includes unlimited DVR.

Fubo Pro is on sale for $54.99 (reg. 74.99). The streaming plan includes 185 channels, 1,000 hours of cloud DVR recording and you can stream on multiple screens at once. Click below to launch your free trial.

To access everything from the NFL, subscribe to NFL+ Premium for $14.99/month. NFL+ subscribers get access to NFL Network, live, local primetime games during the regular season, NFL Redzone, game replays and more.  

Sunday’s football games are available to stream on Peacock, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, Sling TV and DAZN. With DAZN, NFL fans can watch every 2023 regular season game — including the Super Bowl — from anywhere.

The Chiefs currently rank among the top 5 best NFL teams for 2023 alongside the Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars. Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the Chiefs beat the Las Vegas Raiders last Sunday but lost to the Eagles in a Monday Night Football game two weeks ago, which was their first rematch since the Super Bowl. The Chiefs have become popular with Swifties due to Kelce’s relationship with Taylor Swift. Will she be at the game? Nothing is confirmed but there’s a chance that the pop star could travel to Wisconsin to watch the game live.

What’s on the Sunday football schedule this week? A total of 11 NFL games are slated for Sunday including Packers vs. Chiefs (NBC), Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans (CBS), Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Jets (CBS), Detroit Lions vs. New Orleans Saints (Fox), Denver Broncos vs. Houston Texans (CBS), Los Angeles Chargers vs. New England Patriots (CBS), Arizona Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS), San Francisco 49ers vs. Eagles (Fox), Miami Dolphins vs. Washington Commanders (Fox) and Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Rams (Fox).

For more NFL roundups, be sure to read our stories on how to watch Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football.


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