Watch NFL RedZone live stream FREE: TV channel, start time and fixtures for Week 1 of American Football schedule – The Sun
SUNDAY nights are all about American Football – and the new NFL season is underway.
You can see all the best action from across the pond without paying a single penny with the RedZone, which will show you every touchdown from around the US.
What is NFL Red Zone?
NFL RedZone is possibly the best sports show on television.
Host Scott Hanson brings viewers all the action from the early games in America every Sunday.
RedZone cuts to every game to show all the thrills and spills with as many as nine games being played at any one time.
How can I watch it?
NFL Red Zone begins at 6pm UK time and goes off air no later than 1am in the early hours of Monday morning.
The seven-hour extravaganza is broadcast on Sky Sports Mix, channel 121 on Sky, every Sunday night.
That channel is free for all Sky customers with a Sky Sports package not needed.
Red Zone is also available on the NFL's streaming service Game Pass, which offers almost every game live and on demand as well as thousands of hours of documentaries and programming from NFL Network and NFL Films.
Which games are LIVE on TV?
Sunday, September 8 (6pm unless otherwise stated)
- Atlanta Falcons @ Minnesota Vikings
- Baltimore Ravens @ Miami Dolphins
- Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets
- Kansas City Chiefs @ Jacksonville Jaguars
- Los Angeles Rams @ Carolina Panthers
- Tennessee Titans @ Cleveland Browns (SKY SPORTS ACTION)
- Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles
- 9.05pm – Cincinnati Bengals @ Seattle Seahawks
- 9.05pm – Indianapolis Colts @ Los Angeles Chargers
- 9.25pm – Detroit Lions @ Arizona Cardinals
- 9.25pm – New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys (SKY SPORTS ACTION)
- 9.25pm – San Francisco 49ers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Monday, September 9
- 1.20am – Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots (SKY SPORTS ACTION)
Tuesday, September 10
- 00.10am – Houston Texans @ New Orleans Saints (SKY SPORTS ACTION)
- 3.20am – Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders (SKY SPORTS ACTION)
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