Both the AFC and NFC Championship games are coming up soon and they are two of the biggest games of the NFL season. What makes it interesting is that the winner of each of these games punches their ticket for Super Bowl 54.
The first game, the AFC Championship, is going to be the Tennessee Titans against the Kansas City Chiefs. This game is going to be played at 3:05 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 19 on CBS.
As for the NFC Championship, that game is being played at 6:40 p.m. ET on the same day too and will be played on FOX.
The first way to stream the game is going to be through live TV streaming services. However, you have to make sure that they have your local CBS or FOX affiliate. The best chance of getting these (or making sure that you have them) is going to be through Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV.
Both of those streaming services will have your local CBS and FOX affiliates, with YouTube TV having the most local affiliates.
Another solution for streaming the games will be through Yahoo. Yahoo does stream the games from its website and app. You should be able to stream the game for free from Yahoo too. The only catch is that you cannot AirPlay or mirror it to the big screen like on an Apple TV.
A couple other methods are through CBS All Access and the FOX NOW app. CBS All Access does start at $5.99 a month after a week-long free trial. However, you can get a free trial of it for 30 days by going to our article here on how to do that.
The FOX NOW app is completely free and all you will have to do is sign in with your TV provider. It includes cable, satellite and live TV streaming services.
Also, if you are a Sling TV customer that has Sling Blue as their plan, you will be able to sign in with your account in the FOX NOW app and you will be able to stream the NFC Championship game from that app. I know this because I have tried it to watch Last Man Standing on FOX through that app and it worked.
We hope that both games go well and that everyone has the opportunity to stream them live.