How to watch the 2020 NFC championship game online

Posted: 17 January 2020 12:19 pm

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You can watch as the last two teams in the NFC battle it out for a spot in this year’s Super Bowl without committing to a cable bill. All you need is a screen and a streaming service with access to one of the many Fox platforms, including FS1, FS2 and Fox Now.

When is the NFC championship game?

  • Date: Sunday, January 19, 2020
  • Time: 6:40 p.m. ET

How to watch the NFC championship game with Fubo.TV

  • Cost: $54.99 a month
  • Estimated setup time: 5 minutes

A standard Fubo.TV subscription for $54.99 a month allows you to watch the NFC championship with FS1 or FS2 or the NFL network. It includes access to 100+ life and entertainment channels like USA, Lifetime and VH1 with no long-term commitment and a free seven-day trial.

Fubo.TV supports most Android and iOS devices, including mobile devices, Chromecast and Amazon Firestick.

How to watch the NFC championship with Sling TV

  • Cost: $20 a month with Sling Blue
  • Estimated setup time: 5 minutes

Unfortunately, Fox in its local form is no longer available in every area with Sling TV. The only way to ensure watching the championship game is by using either FS1 or opting for the option that comes with a free HD antenna to gain access to local networks.

Leverage a free seven-day trial or $10 promo off the first month of Sling Blue.

How to watch the NFC championship with Hulu + Live TV

  • Cost: $54.99 a month
  • Estimated setup time: 5 minutes

Unlike Sling TV, a Hulu + Live TV subscription broadcasts Fox in 180+ markets without the need of an HD antenna. With both broadcast on Fox, you can catch the NFC championship game and the Super Bowl.

Get a seven-day free trial to stream on two devices at a time from a variety of devices like Chromecast, Apple TV and Roku.

How to watch the NFC championship with AT&T Now

  • Cost: $65 a month
  • Estimated setup time: 5 minutes
  • While an AT&T Now subscription for $65 a month isn’t the least expensive option for watching the NFC championship game, it comes with 45+ channels that include Comedy Central, VH1 and MTV. And it offers premium networks like HBO as add-ons to customize your viewing preference.

    It also comes with a seven-day free trial with no-penalty cancellation.

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