Where to watch the NFL today in Australia
Ready for football? Nope, not with that round black-and-white thing, nor some dinky red Sherrin—proper American football, or gridiron, rather. Established more than a century ago in 1920, the National Football League has evolved into the pinnacle of professional football, and the 2023/34 season promises nothing less than nail-biting athletic spectacle.
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Comprising 32 teams divided into the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC), each NFL franchise represents a unique identity and a passionate fan base. From the iconic Green Bay Packers to the high-powered Kansas City Chiefs, there’s definitely a team out there that’ll kick, pass, and dive their way into your heart.
Big names of the game include quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, and Lamar Jackson; plus defensive stalwarts like Aaron Donald and T.J. Watt.
As the journey through the greatest of gridiron unfolds, brace yourself for a season of extraordinary athleticism, bone-crushing hits, and last-minute heroics. The unfolding drama of this historic league just can’t be missed, whether you’re watching from the US or as an international fan.
How can I stream the NFL in Australia?
In Australia, you can stream all games via the NFL Game Pass on DAZN.
NFL Game Pass will give you access to every regular and postseason game, Super Bowl LVIII, shows, and more. Sign up here.
Kayo Sport offers three plan options that range from $25 to $35 per month. Kayo offers a 7-day free trial for new customers so jump on that if that’s you. Sign up here
Foxtel Now starts from $25 per month for their Essentials Pack and then a further $29 per month to add Sport.
What time are games playing in Australia?
The regular season runs from September 2023 to early January 2024, with games on from 3am through to 12pm as the season rolls through. See here for a full list of NFL fixtures.