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How to Watch the Green Bay Packers 2022–2023
How can you watch Rodgers and team crush it this weekend? We got your back, like David Bakhtiari.
Cheeseheads, rejoice. Let's find the best way to watch the almighty Aaron Rodgers (back, once again) and the Pack.
You can catch the Green Bay Packers on ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network, and we're going to help you find the best way to get all of these channels. You'll be able to watch the games on your TV, smartphone, or tablet.
Our potential Super Bowl contenders are expected to kill it in the league this season, so we really can't afford to miss the Packers' journey to the top (as long as they improve on that awful Week 1 performance).
When do the Green Bay Packers play?
Behold! The Green Bay Packers schedule! We understand that you'll need to watch your Football Fantasy points go up while Aaron Rodgers is airing it out to Randall Cobb.
|1||Sun, Sept 11||@ Minnesota Vikings||3:25 p.m.||FOX|
|2||Sun, Sept 18||vs. Chicago||7:20 p.m.||NBC|
|3||Sun, Sept 25||@ Tampa Bay||3:25 p.m.||FOX|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||vs. New England||3:25 p.m.||CBS|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||vs. N.Y. Giants||8:30 a.m.||NFL Network|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||vs. N.Y. Jets||12:00 p.m.||FOX|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ Washington||12:00 p.m.||FOX|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||@ Buffalo||7:20 p.m.||NBC|
|9||>Sun, Nov 6||@ Detroit||12:00 p.m.||FOX|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||vs. Dallas||3:25 p.m.||FOX|
|11||Thur, Nov 17||vs. Tennessee||7:15 p.m.||Prime Video|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||@ Philadelphia||7:20 p.m.||NBC|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||@ Chicago||12:00 p.m.||FOX|
|15||Mon, Dec 19||vs. L.A. Rams||7:15 p.m.||ESPN/ABC|
|16||Sun, Dec 25||@ Miami||12:00 p.m.||FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs. Minnesota||3:25 p.m.||CBS|
Where can I watch the Green Bay Packers play live?
The Green Bay Packers will be playing on ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime Video. So, we have suggestions on how you can watch your Packers if you're in or out of the region.
(You're going to need Prime Video for Week 11's TNF game against the Tennessee Titans.)
Where ever you are, you'll still be able to watch Matt LaFleur's squad try, once again, to make it to the Super Bowl. (Maybe this year is the year, cheeseheads, just maybe).
*Data effective 9/14/2022.
YouTube TV is the best way to stream Packers games
YouTube TV is our favorite live TV streaming service because it's an all-around great service. For a fair price, not only will you get ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network to yell at the TV while watching the Packers games, but you'll also get the following:
- You'll get 17 sports channels, including MLB Network and NBA TV
- Popular channels for the family, like Disney Channel and Food Network
- An unlimited DVR storage space that saves for nine months (so why not record all of the games?)
- On-demand content to watch after the games
YouTube TV is unique because not many live TV streaming services have NFL Network, NBA TV, and MLB Network in their standard channel lineup and for the price of $65.
If you want the best football channel in the world, YouTube TV is one of the few services that offer the NFL RedZone Channel.
Perfect for fantasy football players, get this channel for $11 per month with the Sports Plus add-on, and you'll get to see every moment a team is in the red zone during the Sunday morning and afternoon games. (So worth it, in our opinion.)
If you want to know more about YouTube TV, check out our detailed review.
fuboTV is best for sports, and it's one of the best for Packers fans
fuboTV gives Packs fans the channels they need for watching all broadcasted games this 2022 season.
We recommend signing up for the free trial to see if you enjoy your lineup because we guarantee you won't regret getting fuboTV if you're a mega-sports fan.
fuboTV gives you 35 sports channels in its entry-level package, and you'll get access to 50 sports channels with the Elite plan.
That's the most sports channels you can get with any TV service on the market! No wonder we named it our No. 1 pick for best streaming service for sports.
If you want to see exactly which sports channels (and family channels) fuboTV offers, check out our fuboTV review.
DISH also has the six channels Packers fans need
With DISH's America's Top 120+ plan you'll get the local channels and ESPN, meaning you'll be able to watch your Packers most weeks of the season.
And it includes NFL Network for the international Week 5 game in London against the New York Giants.
If you're interested in getting satellite TV, DISH is a great option because its pricing stays the same during your contract ($85/month). You'll get 190 channels, including the Tennis Channel, FOX Sports, and all college sports channels.
Get that satellite dish installed, and you'll be able to watch Aaron Jones rack up the yards for the Green Bay Packers.
Check out more info on DISH in our review that covers everything from fees to user experience.
Xfinity TV is the best cable TV option for watching Green Bay games
If you want cable and want to watch the Packers sustain their success for the season, get Xfinity TV.
Xfinity's Popular TV package ($50/month) gives you the channels you need to watch the Packers among the 125 total channels it offers. Or upgrade to Ultimate TV for $10 more and receive 60 more channels, including MLB Network and NBA TV.
Then you can watch Rodgers vs. Josh Allen or the Packers vs. the highly-ranked Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense.
Check out our Xfinity TV review if you think this might be the service you'd like to watch all of your Packers games with.
Hulu + Live TV is best for Packers fans who also want on-demand content
Our third live TV streaming service suggestion is Hulu + Live TV because it has the channels you want so you never miss a Packers snap. Hulu Live also comes with Hulu's on-demand library, Disney+, and ESPN+ for $70–$76 per month.
But let us highlight some ups and downs of Hulu Live compared to our No. 1 pick, YouTube TV, to see if this service is perfect for you:
- Hulu Live has 10 fewer channels than YouTube TV.
- This service has a lot of on-demand content with Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ combined.
- Hulu Live doesn't have MLB Network or NBA TV, but it has ESPN College Extra.
- If you want zero ads in your on-demand content, you'll have to pay $5 more, making your monthly bill $76 per month ($11 more than YouTube TV).
How can I watch my home team when I'm out of the region?
We have three suggestions for you Packers die-hard fans who don't live in Wisconsin: NFL SUNDAY TICKET, NFL RedZone Channel, and Amazon Prime Video.
But keep in mind, they all have their caveats.
NFL SUNDAY TICKET
NFL SUNDAY TICKET is only available with DIRECTV, the satellite TV service. It's the only service that gets you all out-of-market NFL games (Let us repeat: all out-of-market NFL games). Sounds too good to be true, right?
You just have to be OK with DIRECTV's second-year price hikes. However, it could be worth it if you're a Green Bay Packers fan who lives in Portland, Oregon.
If you sign up for the CHOICE plan ($69.99/month) or above, you can get NFL SUNDAY TICKET for free for one season (which is normally about $400.00/season). Get all the answers to your questions about this service in our detailed review.
NFL RedZone Channel
You can get the NFL RedZone Channel with YouTube TV, fuboTV, DISH, and Xfinity, so don't forget it's an option! The caveat is you don't get to see the full game, just the highlights in real-time (along with every other game's highlights).
Amazon Prime Video
And lastly, the Packers play a TNF game on Thursday, November 17.
Why does this matter? Well, if you don't have an Amazon Prime membership, it matters.
Thursday night games are featured only on Amazon Prime Video, so you'll be able to watch the Packers take on the Tennesee Titans in Week 11 wherever you may be in the US (as well as every other 2022 Thursday Night Football game).
Recap: What's the best way to watch the Green Bay Packers?
If you want to stream the Packers games, there are three services that have ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, NBC, and NFL Network:
- YouTube TV: $64.99/month with 85+ channels, including MLB Network and NBA TV
- fuboTV: $69.99–$99.99/month with 120–210+ channels, including 35–50 sports channels
- Hulu + Live TV: $69.99–$75.99/month with 75+ channels, Disney+, and ESPN+
If you want the traditional TV experience, there are two services we recommend and we think you'd like:
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