After the food, football has to be one of the best parts of Thanksgiving. After the turkey is gone, there is nothing like relaxing on the couch enjoying your favorite game. Perhaps the best news of all is that if you’ve cut the cord, you can still watch Thanksgiving football online! If you’re not sure how or where to watch the Thanksgiving football live stream, keep reading!
This season you’ll be able to watch Thanksgiving football streaming on NBC, CBS, and FOX. You won’t want to miss these games and the good news is, since you can watch Thanksgiving football without cable, you don’t have to! Here are the most popular ways for you to watch Thanksgiving football online!
Watch Thanksgiving Football Online with DIRECTV NOW
There is no better time to watch football than during Thanksgiving, and now you can do so with DIRECTV NOW. Choose one of four packages starting at just $35 a month. You receive a channel lineup that includes ESPN, MTV, National Geographic, AMC, NBCSN, Velocity, USA, TBS, TNT, ESPN2, FS1, and BET. Local channels like CBS, which is adding markets for DIRECTV NOW subscribers, NBC, and FOX are available in live stream, in cities like Los Angeles and New York, and on demand! You can stream football on DIRECTV NOW using mobile devices, Amazon Fire devices, Apple TV, web browsers, Roku, and Chromecast. The FOX Sports Go app and NBC Sports app also allow you to watch games from anywhere in the country!
Get Thanksgiving Football Streaming on fuboTV
You can watch Thanksgiving football using fuboTV! It starts with a $35/month package. The base package offers 60+ channels on its own including Food Network, MSNBC, Chiller, Eleven Sports, Local Now, Univision, Fuse, FS1, fyi, Lifetime NBA TV, Syfy, FOX Soccer Plus, Travel Channel, BeIn Sports, FS2, and FX. Stream locals, such as FOX, NBC, and CBS either on demand or live stream in certain major cities. The FOX Sports Go app and NBC Sports Go app are both available to stream Thanksgiving football live! Record any game you want using the fuboTV cloud-based DVR!
Watch Thanksgiving Football Online with PS Vue
PlayStation Vue is another way to check out the Thanksgiving football live stream! Packages run between $40 and $75 each month. You receive channels that include Cartoon Network, MSNBC, USA, WE tv, OWN, Animal Planet, FS1, AMC, FX, ESPN, Disney XD, Oxygen, ESPN2, and Discovery. Watch on streaming devices beyond PlayStation gaming consoles, including web browsers, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, android TV, and mobile devices. TV Everywhere apps allow you to login with Vue so you can bypass mobile restrictions and watch Vue content everywhere. Local channels, including NBC, CBS, and FOX are available in the on-demand library or in live stream in certain cities. Record the games and watch later on the cloud-based DVR that comes with your subscription!
Watch the Thanksgiving Football Live Stream on Sling TV
You can watch Thanksgiving football streaming on Sling TV for $25/month. The Sling TV Blue package has 40 channels including FOX and the NBC live stream. Both channels are only available in select areas or on-demand. That said, you can sign in to the NBC sports app and the FOX sports app from anywhere in the country. Other channels include AMC, FX, FS1, Syfy, USA, BBC America, and TNT. Adding channels is available and starts at just $5/month. You can watch the Thanksgiving football live stream on Xbox, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, and mobile devices.
A 7-day trial is available if you’re new to Sling TV. This means you can watch Thanksgiving football online free. Other special offers may be available for you. More information is available in our Sling TV review.
Now that you know how to watch Thanksgiving football online all you need to do is enjoy the games! Make sure to also check our other sports guide to learn all about streaming sports without cable.
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