Sunday Night Football 2021-22 live stream online

The 2021 Sunday Night Football game officially starts at 8:20 pm ET live on the Peacock streaming service or with the NBC Sports App. To watch Sunday Night Football live on NBC stream online, you’ll need a cable or satellite subscription. For information, here is what you need to know.

2021-22 Sunday Night Game Schedule

According to sports.nbcsports.com, all games of the 2021-22 Sunday Night Football will kick off at 8:20 pm ET live on NBC.

WeekDateGame
Week 1September 12Bears vs Rams
Week 2September 19Chiefs vs Ravens
Week 3September 26Packers vs 49ers
Week 4October 3Buccaneers vs Patriots
Week 5October 10Bills vs Chiefs
Week 6October 17Seahawks vs Steelers
Week 7October 24Colts vs 49ers
Week 8October 31Cowboys vs Vikings
Week 9November 7Titans vs Rams
Week 10November 14Chiefs vs Raiders
Week 11November 21Steelers vs Chargers
Week 12November 28Browns vs Ravens
Week 13December 549ers vs Seahawks
Week 14December 12Bears vs Packers
Week 15December 19Saints vs Buccaneers
Week 16December 26Washington Football Team vs Cowboys
Week 17January 2Vikings vs Packers
Week 18January 9TBD vs TBD
Wild CardTBDTBD

Peacock

If you already have NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service you can watch every 2021 Sunday Night Football game on Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, computer, Xbox game console, and streaming players.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV added the NFL Network and also offers NFL RedZone including all broadcast networks ESPN, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC. YouTube TV 70-plus channels cost $65 per month and an additional $11 per month for NFL RedZone.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV offers ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC for $65 per month.

FuboTV

FuboTV has NBC including NFL Network, ESPN, CBS, FOX, and also offers NFL RedZone for $11-per-month.

AT&T TV

AT&T TV offers 65 channels for $70 per month including ESPN, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC.

Sunday Night Football live streaming is also available via the NFL Mobile app for fans without cable or satellite TV. To watch on a smartphone or other mobile device, simply download the official NBC Sports App available on iOS and Android and sign in with your TV provider information.

For customers with NFL Game Pass, a package that allows you to watch “every out-of-market game on-demand in HD” (as well as replays of regular-season games) can be accessed at nfl.com/gamepass. This service includes playoff contests to international users, so fans who want NFL postseason action will still view it through this service – even if they do not have cable or satellite TV access.

One of the more popular cord-cutters to stream Sunday night football games is Kodi addons. You’ll need Kodi installed and a TV Addons subscription to use these addons. After you’ve got both of those things, follow our guide on how to watch football with Kodi.

For those looking for free Sunday night football streaming, there are several non-official streaming options available online that you could try out. However, please remember that these sites can pose risks as they typically offer pirated content – often without any commercials – so we cannot recommend them enough. Please use it at your discretion.

In addition, for those looking for older games and full replays of past matchups, head over to NFL’s official YouTube channel, which has a ton of free videos available: youtube.com/user/NFL.