Watch Monday Night Football | Live Streaming & TV Guide

Tom Brady attempts a pass against the Carolina Panthers.Tom Brady attempts a pass against the Carolina Panthers.By: Airman 1st Class Jonathan Bass

TV Providers that carry ESPN (ordered by price)

TV Service Provider# PlansLowest# ChansHighest# Chans
Sling TV2$30.0029$45.0080
Spectrum TV3$44.99147$89.99287
YouTube TV1$49.99105
DirecTV5$54.99107$124.99277
Hulu Live TV1$54.9994
Xfinity3$59.99207$104.99238
Dish Network4$59.99138$94.99203
AT&T TV Now6$65.0085$135.00164
Cox1$69.99120
U-verse TV3$69.99171$124.99265
Verizon Fios3$74.99158$89.99260

Monday Night Football Broadcast Team

Joe Tessitore
Joe Tessitore
Play by Play
Booger McFarland
Booger McFarland
Color Commentator
Lisa Salters
Lisa Salters
Field Reporter

Watching on Mobile Devices (Completely Free)

The NFL has opened up mobile streaming to all cell phone providers via the Yahoo! Sports and NFL mobile apps. These streaming options are completely free to anyone, without the need of any cable service. Both apps live stream every Monday Night Football game.

There are restrictions however - you can only watch the games from your mobile device (no sending the feed to your TV) and for some NFL Network exclusive games you have to use your cell data as wifi will be disabled. So keep that in mind if you don’t have unlimited data. 

Watching on ESPN Streaming Links and Apps

Monday Night Football games can be streamed live from the WatchESPN website or from the ESPN app. You will be required to login with your cable credentials for access. The ESPN app’s page also provides downloads for several supported devices and platforms.

Listening to Games on Live Radio

Monday Night Football games can also be listened to live on SiriusXM, TuneIn, NFL Game Pass or on local radio stations in the local markets of the teams playing, with play-by-play coverage produced by Westwood One.   

Westwood One is one of the largest audio networks out there, broadcasting on terrestrial (local, over-the-air) radio. Gaining access to their live NFL coverage is completely free and they cover every Monday Night Football game and broadcast that play-by-play audio in the local sports radio markets of the teams playing as well as select radio stations nationwide (blackouts and restrictions do apply, in most cases the broadcast is not available for free online streaming, only over-the-air local radio).

NFL on Westwood One Sports is hosted by Westwood One and therefore is not the nationally televised audio feed but instead announced by Westwood One commentators.

SiriusXM is a satellite and internet radio subscription service. They have options for streaming radio stations more traditionally in your car and/or on most any internet-connected mobile device, for a monthly fee. Use this schedule to see what station is airing any given MNF game.

TuneIn is also one of the world’s largest internet audio networks. With this option you’ll be able to hear the Westwood One coverage of every Monday Night Football game. Subscription to this service is required.

NFL Game Pass is an on demand video service from the NFL that allows you to watch any and every NFL game of the season shortly after each game concludes. While the video portion of this service is not live, the radio option is. NFL Game Pass offers live Westwood One audio for every Monday Night Football game.

2020 Monday Night Football Upcoming Games (EST)

9/9
7:10PM
Mon
ESPN
9/9
10:20PM
Mon
ESPN
9/16
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
9/23
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
9/30
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
10/7
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
10/14
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
10/21
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
10/28
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
11/4
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
11/11
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
11/18
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
11/25
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
12/2
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
12/9
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
12/16
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
12/23
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN