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How to live stream NFL Playoffs online in Canada in 2020

Are you ready for some football? The NFL is back and this is how you can catch it your way in Canada.

Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady’s decision to part ways with the New England Patriots and link up with Tampa Bay – bringing Rob Gronkowski with him – was the lead story in an off-season full of headlines. Now the 2020 NFL season is here and it’s sure to be packed with plenty of action, athleticism, big hits and drama once more.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his Kansas City Chiefs are the team to beat after their stunning Super Bowl victory over San Francisco last season.

How to watch NFL Playoffs in Canada

It hasn’t always been easy to get access to NFL games in Canada. CTV, TSN and RDS have traditionally had rights to broadcast select games across an American football season.

That all changed in 2017 when streaming service DAZN secured exclusive rights to every NFL game. While the provider had some teething problems early on, those issues have been ironed out and DAZN now feeds Canadians a massive amount of content, including every game live and on-demand and all in HD.

DAZN also struck up partnerships with providers like Rogers, Bell, Shaw and SaskTel to sublicense the NFL Sunday Ticket across Canada for access to limited Sunday games.

But if you want to watch every game, from the pre-season to the Super Bowl and everything in between, you need DAZN.


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Stream the NFL Playoffs live in Canada with DAZN

The 2020 NFL season is filled with intrigue and is sure to be packed with action, big hits and drama. If you want to guarantee you won’t miss a minute of the 2020 season, you need a subscription to DAZN. Firstly the streaming service is the only way to access NFL Game Pass in Canada. NFL Network, the hugely popular NFL Redzone – it’s all on DAZN, plus much, much more.

Hard Knocks, Top 10 Plays, NFL at Home and DAZN’s own Team of the Decade are just some of the additional content available. There is even a special on Canada’s Neville Gallimore, the defensive end drafted this year by the Dallas Cowboys.

DAZN has a full 30-day free trial for new users. After that, it is priced at just $20/month or you can grab a heavily discounted annual pass for $150. We have a detailed review of DAZN for you that includes all the additional content, such as English Premier League soccer and the MLB Network, along with the compatible devices.

So the answer is simple: if you want access to every single game from the NFL and so much more, you need DAZN.

NFL Playoffs schedule

Date Match Kick-off (ET) Where to watch
Saturday, 16 January 2021 Green Bay Packers vs Los Angeles Rams 4:35 PM DAZN
Saturday, 16 January 2021 Buffalo Bills vs Baltimore Ravens 8:15 PM DAZN
Sunday, 17 January 2021 Kansas City Chiefs vs Cleveland Browns 3:05 PM DAZN
Sunday, 17 January 2021 New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6:40 PM DAZN
Sunday, 24 January Green Bay Packers vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3:05 PM DAZN
Sunday, 25 January Kansas City Chiefs vs Buffalo Bills 6:40 PM DAZN
Sunday, 7 February Super Bowl LV Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs 6:30 PM DAZN

Stream the NFL regular season with TSN

Access loads of NFL content through The Sports Network’s streaming service, which costs $7.99 for 24 hours, $19.99 for 1 month or $99.99 for 6 months (all prices are subject to tax and are current as of November 30, 2020).

Through TSN, you can view Thursday, Sunday and Monday night NFL games, marquee Sunday afternoon games, Wild Card Weekend, the NFL Draft, Combine and Pro Bowl. You’ll also get news coverage and highlights, plus access to NFL RedZone every Sunday during the regular season.

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