Watch Atlanta Falcons Games | Live Streaming & TV Guide
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Sunday, January 3rd at 1:00PM ET
TV Channels airing Atlanta Falcons games during the 2020 season
Ways to Watch Atlanta Falcons Games
You can watch Atlanta Falcons games locally over-the-air with a digital antenna, through your cable provider or online by using your cable credentials on the TV network's website or mobile app that is airing the game.
Falcons games played on Sunday afternoons only air regionally so you must be in-market to watch while primetime Falcons games air nationally. Local stations will also broadcast all national games on local channels.
Local TV station CW 69 (WUPA) serves as the flagship channel of the Atlanta Falcons. This CBS-owned TV station provides pre and post game coverage for the Falcons, as well as airing preseason Falcons games that aren't nationally aired.
Mobile-Only Streaming Options
Live streams for Sunday afternoon Falcons games are only available to in-market viewers, while primetime Falcons games stream no matter your location on both the NFL and Yahoo Sports mobile apps. All mobile streaming options are completely free.
Watch Falcons Games When Out of Market
TV Providers that carry all Atlanta Falcons game TV Channels for 2020 (ESPN)
Live Play-by-Play for Falcons Games
Our NFL Radio Guide includes all the options to listen to live radio play-by-play coverage for every regional and primetime Falcons game online.
The Atlanta area has 2 terrestrial sports radio stations that can be streamed online live for free. The Game and The Fan don’t cover the Falcons exclusively but all things Atlanta sports related.
|Radio Station Live Stream||Station/Platform||Summary|
|The Game||92.9 FM (Atlanta area)||Sports radio station for the Atlanta area|
|The Fan||680 AM (Atlanta area)||ESPN sports radio affiliate for Atlanta|
2020 Atlanta Falcons Primetime Games (EST)
2020 Atlanta Falcons Schedule (EST)
How the NFL Makes the Falcons Schedule
The Falcons will always play each team in their own NFC South division twice - the Saints, Buccaneers and Panthers. 10 games of their season are then scheduled against four teams from another NFC division, four teams against a division from the AFC and the remaining two games are scheduled against 2 other NFC teams (based on last year's standings). The 16 game regular season schedule splits home games and away games evenly - 8 per.