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How to Watch NFL Live Matches on Android TV

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NFL on Android TV

National Football League or NFL is one of the most popular tournaments in the US. For the 2022-23 season, all the preseason matches are completed and the first match is between the Rams vs. Bills on 9th September, 2022. With the NFL app on your Android TV, you can watch all the live matches, replays, highlights, stats, and more. The Super Bowl for this NFL season is scheduled for 12th February 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. In the last season, the Super Bowl was won by the Los Angeles Rams. Let’s see who’s going to win the NFL cup.

Streaming all the NFL matches is a difficult task. Each match of the NFL is broadcasted on different services. For instance, Sunday Night matches are on NBC and Peacock. Thursday Night Football matches are on Amazon Prime Video.


The NFL Game Pass subscription costs $9.99 per month or $99 per year with a seven-day free trial. Click here to sign up for NFL Game Pass.

NFL on Android TV

There is more than one option to stream NFL matches. Let’s see all the available options.

NFL on Android TV

NFL Supported Android TV

  • Sony Smart TV
  • Panasonic Smart TV
  • TCL smart TV
  • Philips Smart TV
  • Hisense Smart TV
  • Sharp Smart TV
  • JVC Smart TV

NFL Supported Android TV Box

Apart from Android TVs, Android TV boxes support NFL Game Pass.

How to Install and Watch NFL 2022 on Android TV

1. Turn on your TV and press the Home button on the remote.

2. Select the Apps tab on the home screen and launch the Google Play Store.

3. Click the Search icon.

4. Search for the NFL Game Pass app. 

5. Pick up the NFL Game Pass app from the search results.

6. Click on the Install button to get the NFL Game Pass app.

7. Launch the NFL Game Pass app on your TV.

8. Login with the NFL credentials.

9. Start streaming the NFL matches on your TV.

How to Cast NFL to Android TV

1. Connect your smartphone and Android TV to the same WiFi network.

2. Install the NFL Game Pass app on your smartphone from the App Store or Play Store.

3. Open the NFL app and sign in with your account.

4. Now, play any video on the NFL Game Pass app.

5. Press the Cast or AirPlay icon on your smartphone.

Cast NFL on Android TV

6. Choose your Android TV when prompted.

7. Now, the match will appear on your Android TV.

Alternative Way to Watch NFL on Android TV

The NFL Game Plan is not the only destination to stream the NFL matches. You can enjoy the matches on a few other streaming services as well. Here is the list of other services to stream NFL games.


Peacock TV

Peacock TV is a media streaming service from NBC Universal. With the Peacock TV on Android TV, you can enjoy watching the Sunday Night Matches. The subscription starts at $4.99 per month to $49.99 per year.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime on Android TV

Amazon Prime Video is a subscription-based streaming service with popular movies, shows, and series on demand. Enjoy watching the Thursday Night NFL matches on Android TV with Prime Video. Get subscribed to Prime Video at $12.99 per month.



With the ESPN app on your Android TV, you can watch all the Monday Night Football matches. You can buy the ESPN+ subscription at $9.99 per month. If you want, you can get the bundle subscription (ESPN + Disney Plus + Hulu) at $13.99 per month.

Other Supported Devices

The NFL Game Pass app is supported on multiple devices. Here is a list of devices to stream the NFL matches with the Game Pass.

Devices to Stream NFL
  • Amazon Fire TV and Fire Stick
  • Roku
  • Android devices
  • iPhone and iPad
  • Apple TV (4th Generation and above)
  • Xbox
  • Play Station 4
  • Google Chromecast
  • PC and Mac
  • Web Browsers like Chrome, Safari, Edge, Opera,  and Explorer.
  • LG, Vizio, and Samsung Smart TVs

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I stream NFL games for free?

To stream the NFL live games, you need to get a subscription. You can watch only the old matches for free.

2. How can I stream every NFL game?

NFL Game Pass is the only option to stream all the NFL games.

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