Watch the Green Bay Packers live without cable on the device of your choice, including Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, Roku, and more.
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Local Packers fans can watch the bulk of regular season games on WLUK-TV, FOX 11 in Green Bay, or a local FOX affiliate in the upper midwest, but the Packers will also make appearances on Monday and Sunday Night Football, as well as on Amazon’s Thursday Night Football broadcast.
Our top pick for live-streaming Packers games, Fubo, not only carries CBS, FOX, ESPN, and NBC in the base package but also includes FS1 and Big Ten Network, which makes the platform an excellent choice for watching the Packers and the Wisconsin Badgers this football season. Add NFL Sunday Ticket to a YouTube TV subscription to watch the Packers out-of-market.
ABC, ESPN, FOX, CBS, FS1, Big Ten Network, Bally Sports Wisconsin, and more.
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All the channels you need to watch the Packers, plus the option of upgrading to get access to Bally Sports Wisconsin for Bucks and Brewers games.
$99.99 / month
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Watch 1 and 4 PM Packers kickoffs out-of-market.
$449 / year
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The most important channels for Packers fans
The most important channels for Packers fans will be CBS, FOX, ESPN, and NBC, and of all these, FOX, the channel with rights for most NFC games through 2033, will be the most important for watching the Packers.
NFL coverage for each channel from the Green Bay TV market:
- WFRV-TV CBS 5 – In-market AFC games / some NFL Playoff games / Super Bowl LVIII
- WLUK-TV, FOX 11 – In-market NFC Games / some NFL Playoff games
- ESPN – Monday Night Football / some NFL Playoff games
- WGBA-TV NBC 26 – Sunday Night Football / some NFL playoff games
Note: Sling TV carries FOX and NBC, but only in select markets. Green Bay’s FOX 11 is not available on Sling TV.
The best options for local Packers fans
NFL regional TV coverage is fluid, with viewing territories changing from week to week in some markets. Local Green Bay fans can count on seeing the Packers each week, but because the team has a nationwide following, games are also often broadcast to large sections of the country far away from the Green Bay TV market.
NFL+ – excellent value for mobile users
It’s important to point out that NFL+ users can only watch games on mobile devices and tablets except for out-of-market preseason NFL games.
However, if you are a local Packers fan that enjoys watching the team on mobile, NFL+ offers full coverage of the season, plus national marquee games like Thursday Night Football, at a very attractive rate of $40 per year.
- Full coverage for local Packer fans
- Excellent value for money
- Live audio of NFL games
- Free trial
- Only available on mobile and tablet
Fubo – full local Packers coverage, plus Bucks, Brewers, and Badgers
Yes, fuboTV carries the channels you need to watch the Packers in-market, plus FS1 and Big Ten Network in the base package. If the Packers make the NFL playoffs, Fubo Elite is one of a handful of options for streaming games in 4K.
- Full local coverage
- Excellent option for Bucks, Badgers, and Brewers (in-market)
- 4K option available
- Lacks TNT and TBS
- Only 1,000 hours of DVR
Read our Fubo TV review for sports fans.
DIRECTV STREAM – full local Packers coverage, plus Bucks, Brewers, and Badgers
Yes, you can watch the Packers on DIRECTV STREAM in-market. DirecTV Stream Choice is another good option for Packers fans. The platform carries CBS, ESPN, FOX, and NBC, and offers Bally Sports Wisconsin.
Bally Sports Wisconsin carries:
Because of the addition of Bally Sports Wisconsin to its channel lineup, DirecTV Stream is a solution not just for Packers games, but for comprehensive access to Wisconsin sports, both college and pro.
- Full local Packers coverage
- Brewers, Bucks, Badgers
- Short free trial
- User interface lags behind competition
- Lost rights to Sunday Ticket
- No 4K
Read our DirecTV Stream review.
Hulu + Live TV – full local Packers coverage, plus Badgers
Local Packer fans in Green Bay can watch the Packers entire season on Hulu + Live TV.
- Full local Packers coverage
- ESPN+ integration can be buggy, especially for UFC PPV
- No 4K
Read our full Hulu + Live TV review.
YouTube TV – full local Packers coverage, plus Badgers
YouTube TV is another great option for local, in-market, Packers fans. Should the Packers make the playoffs, YouTube TV has an option to watch the games in 4K.
The platform’s mobile app features a fantasy football integration that allows fantasy stats to be viewed in real time as you watch the game. YouTube TV is the most innovative of the live TV streaming services for sports, but a Google account is required to sign up.
New for 2023, YouTube TV is the home of NFL Sunday Ticket, the NFL’s premium out-of-market package. YouTube TV also includes the channels Badger fans need to watch Wisconsin football, including in 4K, as well as the basketball team.
- Full local Packers coverage
- Watch out-of-market NFL with Sunday Ticket
- Excellent 4K upgrade
- Innovative features like Stats View and Key Plays
- Google account required to signup
- Lacks channels needed to watch Bucks and Brewers in-market
Read our YouTube TV review for sports fans.
Sling TV – major gaps in coverage
No, you cannot watch the Green Bay Packers on Sling TV in the Green Bay market. Sling TV only carries FOX and NBC in select markets, and Green Bay is not currently one of them.
This means that WLUK-TV viewers in Green Bay cannot get Packers games that appear on FOX with Sling.
- Good for Pack fans in Chicago
- No coverage from Green Bay market
Click here to see if Sling offers FOX in your market.
How to watch the Packers out-of-market
Remember, the Packers are on national TV and what I call hybrid national games (which are regional but broadcast to huge sections of the country) quite a bit, so some Packers fans may want to think twice before paying for Sunday Ticket. However, if you want a guarantee that you will get every Packers game, Sunday Ticket is the play.
YouTube TV + NFL Sunday Ticket
New for 2023, YouTube TV holds the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, which is the only way to watch the Packers out-of-market.
Note: Sunday Ticket is an additional fee ($349) over the base YouTube TV subscription price.
- Watch out-of-market 1pm and 4pm Packers games
- Multiview feature available for watching multiple games
- No 4K for Sunday Ticket
- National games not available
Green Bay Packers player to watch – #10
As a long-suffering Detroit Lions fan who is used to watching Aaron Rodgers break the Lions’ hearts twice a season, I am glad he moved on to the Jets. The Packer’s new starter, Jordan Love, has big shoes to fill and tremendous pressure on his shoulders for the 2023 season. Love, who played his college ball at Utah State, has never experienced an environment like he will face this season. Will he step up and continue the Packers’ legacy of Hall of Fame QBs? We will definitely be tuning in this season to watch #10 when the lights are the brightest.
Watching the Green Bay Packers FAQ
No, you cannot watch Packers games on Bally Sports Wisconsin. Bally Sports Wisconsin has the TV rights to air in-market Brewers and Bucks games, but not Packers games.
Assuming you are an in-market fan, signup for an account on fuboTV, which in our experience is the fastest live TV streaming service to setup. Make note of your username and password on a piece of paper. If you want to watch on your phone, download the fuboTV app. Here is the iOS link and here is the Android link. Login to the app, continue using a web browser, or download the fuboTV app to your Roku, or smart TV. As you go through the setup process, select the Packers as a team to follow by enabling the “keep up with your favorite teams” feature. After logging in and goin through the setup screens, navigate to the channel list and find FOX, ESPN, CBS, or NBC depending on where the game is airing. Start watching.
Out-of-market fans will need to subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket, or if the game is a Thursday Night game, watch on Amazon Prime.