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- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers will face off in the NFC Championship Game on January 24.
- You can watch the game live on Fox through cable and various streaming platforms.
- To stream both the NFC and AFC Championships, we recommend services like Hulu + Live TV and Locast.
- See also: How to watch the NFL without cable
Two NFL stars will go head-to-head on Sunday when legendary quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game.
A win for the Packers, one of the best performing teams in the league, will mean a trip to the Super Bowl for the first time in just over a decade. The Packers enter the game after a 32-18 win versus the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round. The game was a runaway for the team, and Green Bay hasn’t fallen to an opponent since Week 11 of the regular season.
Meanwhile, the Buccaneers are coming off a 13-5 win against the New Orleans Saints. Sunday marks Tom Brady’s first appearance in an NFC Championship game following his move from the AFC’s New England Patriots to the Buccaneers. Brady is no stranger to conference championships, however, as Sunday will mark his 14th appearance in his career.
The winning team of Sunday’s match will earn a spot in the Super Bowl on February 7 in Tampa. An NFC Championship win by the Bucs would give Brady and his team home-field advantage for the Super Bowl. If you want to watch the two quarterback greats go head-to-head, there’s a number of options available, including several live streaming services.
How to watch the 2021 NFC Championship
The NFC Championship Game kicks off at 3:05 p.m. ET on January 24. The game is set to air on Fox and there are a number of different ways to watch it, both for existing subscribers to popular streaming services or new members who want to sign up for free trials.
In addition to airing on cable and over-the-air TV through an antenna, Fox will offer the game on its Fox Sports Go app. With that said, access to live programs on the Fox Sports Go app requires an existing subscription to a pay-TV provider.
If you don’t already have cable, The NFC Championship Game will also air on other streaming services, including one entirely free option and several with free trials for new subscribers. With that said, Fox is only available in select markets so be sure to check each platform first.
Live TV streaming services with Fox
Locast is a free streaming app with access to the NFC Championship game on Fox. It also includes several other local broadcast stations. There is no fee to watch, but the service is only available in 26 markets and it doesn’t include any cable channels. Still, if you live in one of the supported areas, the Locast app is a simple way to get free streaming access to the NFC Championship.
If you don’t live in one of Locast’s markets or you want more channels, the cheapest subscription streaming service with access to Fox is Sling TV. The Sling Blue plan includes Fox in select areas as part of its 45-channel lineup for $30 a month. New members can receive a free three-day trial or $10 off their first month.
Hulu + Live TV has access to Fox as well, and it offers a free seven-day trial. The service includes over 65 channels and costs $65 a month. Hulu + Live TV also features access to Hulu’s entire on-demand streaming library of shows and movies.
FuboTV is another option with your local Fox channel and it also offers a seven-day free trial. If you want to keep the streaming service to watch over 121 channels on up to three screens, the base plan will cost you $65 a month, though there are more expensive packages with additional channels.
YouTube TV subscribers can catch the NFC Championship Game on Fox as well. If you don’t have Youtube TV, you can sign up for a free seven-day trial just like FuboTV and Hulu + Live TV. YouTube TV also costs $65 a month and YouTube says that the service includes over 85 channels.
Finally, AT&T TV offers local and regional sports networks with its streaming service so Packers and Bucs fans can tune into Fox to watch the game. The cheapest AT&T TV package without a contract is $70 a month, $5 more than some of its competitors, and it doesn’t offer a free trial.
Can I watch the NFC and AFC Championships on the same streaming service?
The AFC Championship game will take place at 6:40 p.m. ET this Sunday on CBS. If you want to stream both games to see who will play in the Super Bowl, you can use Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV, AT&T TV, YouTube TV, or Locast.
Those services all include access to CBS and Fox in select markets, though you’ll need to check each platform first to ensure that your specific area supports those channels.
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