year’s 2018-19 National Football League will mark it’s 99th season for the League since being founded in 1920. As the highest professional league in American football, the Football League is contested by 32 of the best teams from the AFC and NFC through a 17-week regular season. After which, the best 6 teams will then advance to the playoffs to compete through a single-elimation tournament, all for a chance at this season’s prestigious Super Bowl LIII.
The NFL’s 65-game Preseason has already started since 2 August and will conclude on 31 August 2018. As usual, this is just a precursor to the main 256-game Regular Season commencing on 6 September 2018 and finally kicking off with the Playoffs on 5 January 2019. With the best teams from the AFC and NFC, the Super Bowl LIII (2019) hosted at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta will be the final showdown of the NFL season on 3 February 2019.
Live coverage of selected games will be available through Sky Sports while BBC Sport’s The NFL Show will be providing free highlights throughout the season (excluding preseason games). In the U.S, the usual suspects (CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC) will share broadcast rights and NFL’s Game Pass will be available globally. There are also many other providers offering the live coverage as well. Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
- Worldwide – Available on NFL Game Pass (International version)
- United Kingdom – Available on NFL Game Pass, Sky Sports and BBC (FREE)
- United States – Available on NFL Game Pass, and CBS Sports, ESPN, Fox Sports, and NBC Sports
- Australia – Available on ESPN and Channel 7 / Seven Network (FREE)
- Canada – Available on TSN
- New Zealand – Available on Sky Sport and TVNZ (FREE)
The providers in this list with links have been tested to work with our VPN. Click on any that you prefer to quickly access streaming instructions. Click here for the full list of NFL broadcasters via Wikipedia.
Past Years Results
2017/18 (Super Bowl LII) – Philadelphia Eagles
2016/17 (Super Bowl LI) – New England Patriots
2015/16 (Super Bowl 50) – Denver Broncos
2014/15 (Super Bowl XLIX) – New England Patriots
2013/14 (Super Bowl XLVIII) – Seattle Seahawks
2018-19 NFL Schedule & Teams
Preseason Period: 2 – 31 August 2018
Regular Season Period: 6 September – 30 December 2018
Playoff Period: 5 – 19 January 2019
Pro Bowl Date: Sunday, 27 January 2019
Super Bowl LIII Date: Sunday, 3 February 2019
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