Watch New Orleans Saints Games | Live Streaming & TV Guide

Drew Brees, quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, prepares to pass the ball.Drew Brees, quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, prepares to pass the ball.By: Kelly Bailey

Watch New Orleans Saints games live on TV or stream online with our guide on all the ways to watch FSaints games today. We detail the best options to watch Saints games right on your TV - either free over the air with digital antenna, local cable, cord-cutting options or satellite TV - and how to live stream Falcons games on computers, smart devices, mobile phones, and tablets while comparing prices and free trial offers. And help you watch out-of-market Saints games or listen to Saints games on the radio.

TV Channels airing New Orleans Saints games during the 2020 season

NFL CoverageChannelGamesTV PlansLowestHighest
NFL on FOXFOX1053$19.00$183.00
Monday Night FootballESPN247$30.00$183.00
Sunday Night FootballNBC251$19.00$183.00
Thursday Night Football (FOX)FOX153$19.00$183.00
NFL on CBSCBS150$5.99$183.00

Ways to Watch the Saints on TV & Online

New Orleans Saints games can be watched with a digital antenna over-the-air at no cost, through your cable provider on your TV or streamed online by signing into the network's website or mobile app - a cable account is required for online streaming access. 

Saints games air regionally on Sunday afternoons or nationally on primetime TV. You need be in-market to watch the regional games while primetime matchups featuring the Saints air regardless of location and simulcast on local TV for in-market audiences.

BroadcastTV StationNew Orleans areaLive StreamMobile App
Sunday afternoon gamesCBSCBS 4 (WWL-TV)CBS Live TVCBS Sports app
Sunday afternoon gamesFOXFOX 8 (WVUE)Fox Sports GoFox Sports app
Sunday Night FootballNBCNBC 6 (WDSU)NBC Sports LiveNBC Sports app
Monday Night FootballESPNABC 26 (WGNO)WatchESPNESPN app
Thursday Night FootballNFL/FOXFOX 8 (WVUE)NFL Live / Fox Sports GoNFL app / Fox Sports app

The official television partner of the New Orleans Saints is local New Orleans channel FOX 8 (WVUE). This FOX station hosts preseason Saints games and pre and post game programs specifically for the Saints throughout their season.

Mobile-Only Streaming

Live streams for Sunday afternoon Saints games are only available to in-market viewers, while primetime Saints games stream no matter your location on both the NFL and Yahoo Sports mobile apps. All mobile streaming options are completely free.

LinkDevices Supported
Saints Official WebsiteLive stream only works on Safari mobile browser
Saints iOS appLive stream only works on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
NFL mobile appAny Android or iOS phone or tablet
Yahoo! Sports mobile appAny Android or iOS phone or tablet


Watch New Orleans Saints Games When Out of Market

TV Providers that carry the next New Orleans Saints game (on ESPN)

TV Service Provider# PlansLowest# ChansHighest# Chans
Sling TV2$30.0028$45.0055
Spectrum TV3$44.99146$89.99284
Vidgo2$45.0070$55.0081
Hulu Live TV1$54.9996
AT&T TV Now7$55.0049$183.00181
AT&T TV5$59.9974$129.99184
Xfinity3$59.99182$104.99215
Dish Network4$59.99115$94.99201
YouTube TV1$64.99117
DirecTV5$64.99113$134.99266
FuboTV3$64.9998$84.99161
Cox1$69.99138
Verizon Fios2$70.00175$90.00264
TVision Home1$90.00166

TV Providers that carry all New Orleans Saints game TV Channels for 2020 (FOX, ESPN, NBC & CBS)

TV Service Provider# PlansLowest# ChansHighest# Chans
Spectrum TV3$44.99146$89.99284
Hulu Live TV1$54.9996
AT&T TV Now7$55.0049$183.00181
AT&T TV5$59.9974$129.99184
Xfinity3$59.99182$104.99215
Dish Network4$59.99115$94.99201
YouTube TV1$64.99117
DirecTV5$64.99113$134.99266
FuboTV3$64.9998$84.99161
Cox1$69.99138
Verizon Fios2$70.00175$90.00264
TVision Home1$90.00166

Listening to Saints Play-by-Play on the Radio

Our NFL Radio Guide includes all the options to listen to live radio play-by-play coverage for every regional and primetime Saints game online.

The New Orleans Saints Radio Network produces play-by-play audio for every Sunday afternoon Saints game and that broadcast can be listened to live locally on one of their many affiliate stations all across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Florida.

New Orleans Saints Local Play-by-Play RadioStation/Announcer
Flagship Radio StationWWL 870AM/105.3FM
Play-by-play AnnouncerZach Strief
Color CommentatorDeuce McAllister
Westwood One station finder (Primetime games)Louisiana Station Finder

TuneIn radio offers a free, online radio station covering all things Saints. And the New Orleans area has 2 terrestrial sports radio stations that can also be streamed online live for free. Saints Radio WWL and ESPN Radio New Orleans don’t cover the Saints exclusively but all things New Orleans sports related.

Radio Station Live StreamStation/PlatformSummary
New Orleans SaintsTuneIn24/7 Saints news, talk and opinion
Saints Radio WWL870 AM or 105.3 FM (New Orleans area)Sports radio station for the New Orleans area
ESPN Radio New Orleans100.3 FM (New Orleans area)ESPN sports radio affiliate for New Orleans

2020 New Orleans Saints Primetime Games (EST)

9/21
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
9/27
8:20PM
Sun
NBC
10/12
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
11/8
8:20PM
Sun
NBC

2020 New Orleans Saints Schedule (EST)

9/13
4:25PM
Sun
FOX
9/21
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
9/27
8:20PM
Sun
NBC
10/4
1:00PM
Sun
FOX
10/12
8:15PM
Mon
ESPN
10/25
1:00PM
Sun
FOX
11/1
4:25PM
Sun
FOX
11/8
8:20PM
Sun
NBC
11/15
4:25PM
Sun
FOX
11/22
1:00PM
Sun
FOX
11/29
4:05PM
Sun
FOX
12/6
1:00PM
Sun
FOX
12/13
4:25PM
Sun
FOX
12/20
4:25PM
Sun
CBS
12/25
4:30PM
Fri
FOX
1/3
1:00PM
Sun
FOX

Saints Regular Season Schedule

The New Orleans Saints regular season is a 17-week affair consisting of 16 games and 1 bye week, with eight games played in their home stadium and eight games played on the road.

Six games of their schedule are divisional matchups where the Saints play every team in the NFC South twice - the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers.

The remaining 10 games are played between four teams from another NFC division outside of their division, four teams from an AFC division and two teams from within the NFC conference based on the prior year's standings, outside of their division.