Watch Washington Redskins Games | Live Streaming & TV Guide

The Washington Redskins on the field during game against the Packers.The Washington Redskins on the field during game against the Packers.By: Keith Allison

TV Channels airing Washington Redskins games during the 2020 season

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Watching Redskins Games this NFL Season

You can watch Washington Redskins games on your local TV channels with a digital antenna or through your cable provider. Redskins games can also be streamed online by logging into the TV network's website or mobile app with your cable credentials. 

Sunday afternoon Redskins games only air regionally so you must be in-market to get those games and primetime Redskins games air nationally, simulcasting on in-market local TV.

BroadcastTV StationWashington DC areaLive StreamMobile App
Sunday afternoon gamesCBSCBS 9 (WUSA)CBS Live TVCBS Sports app
Sunday afternoon gamesFOXFOX 5 (WTTG)Fox Sports GoFox Sports app
Sunday Night FootballNBCNBC 4 (WRC)NBC Sports LiveNBC Sports app
Monday Night FootballESPNABC 7 (WJLA)WatchESPNESPN app
Thursday Night FootballNFL/FOXFOX 5 (WTTG)NFL Live / Fox Sports GoNFL app / Fox Sports app

Local station NBC 4 (WRC) serves as the official television partner of the Redskins in the Washington D.C. area. This NBC station produces pre and post game programs specifically for the Redskins and hosts preseason Redskins games that aren't nationally aired.

Streaming Redskins Games on Mobile Devices

Primetime Redskins games stream regardless of location on the NFL and Yahoo Sports mobile apps and all these links are completely free and don't require any membership.You must be in-market to live stream Sunday afternoon Redskins games with their official site and app.

LinkDevices Supported
Redskins Official WebsiteLive stream only works on Safari mobile browser
Redskins 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 Redskins Games When Out of Market

Redskins Live Play-by-Play on the Radio

Our NFL Radio Guide breaks down all the ways to listen to every regional and primetime Redskins games online. Includes all available services, plans, prices, supported devices and much more. 

The Redskins Radio Network produces audio coverage for every Sunday afternoon Redskins game. Affiliate stations are located all across Washington DC, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.

Washington Redskins Local Play-by-Play RadioStation/Announcer
Flagship Radio StationWSBN 630AM 'The Sports Capitol'
Play-by-play AnnouncerLarry Michael
Color CommentatorChris Cooley
Sideline ReporterRick Walker
Local Station(s) Simulcasting Game FeedsWMAL 105.9FMWTEM 980AM
Westwood One Local Station Airing Primetime GamesWDCH 99.1 (Bloomberg)WJFK 106.7 The Fan
Westwood One station finder (Primetime games)Washington DC Station Finder

TuneIn radio offers a free, online radio station covering all things Redskins. And the DC Metro area has 3 terrestrial sports radio stations that can also be streamed online live for free. 105.9 FM WMAL, The Fan and The Sports Capitol don’t cover the Redskins exclusively but all things Washington DC news, sports and entertainment related.

Radio Station Live StreamStation/PlatformSummary
Washington RedskinsTuneIn24/7 Redskins news, talk and opinion
105.9 FM WMAL105.9 FM  (DC Metro area)News and sports radio station for the DC Metro area
106.7 The Fan106.7 FM (DC Metro area)Sports radio station for the DC Metro area
The Sports Capitol630 AM (DC Metro area)ESPN sports radio affiliate for Washington DC

2020 Washington Redskins Schedule (EST)

1/3
1:00PM
Sun
12/27
1:00PM
Sun
12/20
1:00PM
Sun
12/13
4:25PM
Sun
12/6
1:00PM
Sun
11/26
4:30PM
Thu
11/22
1:00PM
Sun
11/15
1:00PM
Sun
11/8
1:00PM
Sun
10/25
1:00PM
Sun
10/18
1:00PM
Sun
10/11
1:00PM
Sun
10/4
1:00PM
Sun
9/27
1:00PM
Sun
9/20
4:05PM
Sun
9/13
1:00PM
Sun

How Redskins’ Schedule is Determined

Every Redskins season is split evenly with eight home games and eight games played on the road, with one bye week. The NFL uses a complicated algorithm to decide which NFL games are played where, factoring in every NFL team’s schedule as a whole. So there are no set rules any given season on which weeks will be home vs away; it changes every year.

Here’s how the schedule of opponents for any given season is determined for Washington:

- Redskins play each divisional opponent twice (Cowboys, Eagles, Giants)
- 4 games are played vs 4 non-divisional NFC teams (all from the same division)
- 4 games are played vs 4 teams from the AFC (all from the same division
- 2 games are played vs 2 other NFC conference teams based on prior year’s standings

This criteria is used to determine the full 16-game regular season schedule for the Reskins, and is ordered any given season in a way that maximizes viewership throughout the season.