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How To Watch the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII

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As media week is underway and Super Bowl LVII is so close we can taste it, the Kansas City Chiefs are back and ready to take the main stage for their 3rd time in 5 years. The Chiefs will take on the Philadelphia Eagles in what looks like two MVP front runners facing off in a battle for the ages. After a last minute controversial call in the AFC Championship game the Chiefs will look to prove to everyone that they deserved to be here.

If you’re looking to stream all the Kansas City Chiefs playoff games live, this is the right place. You can watch nearly every playoff matchup on a streaming service that offers Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network. Let’s breakdown some of the best options.

Where can you stream almost all of the Kansas City Chiefs games?

Streaming ServicePrice per MonthFree Trial 
Hulu + Live TV$69.99+No
Sling TV$40+No
YouTube TV$64.99Yes

Watch Kansas City Chiefs games on Hulu + Live TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Hulu + Live TV$69.9985+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV$82.9985+No

Hulu + Live TV has an entire library of on-demand movies, shows and originals as well as 85+ live TV channels for $69.99 per month. You can also upgrade to the no-ad plan for $75.99 per month. Both Hulu + Live TV plans also offer unlimited DVR and a variety of supported devices. You’ll also get premier access to ESPN Plus and Disney Plus with either plan, making your non-sports watching days equally as enjoyable. 

Watch Kansas City Chiefs games on DIRECTV STREAM

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PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

DIRECTV STREAM is a new streaming service that offers no-commitments, giving you the ability to cancel the membership at any time. For a limited time, you can sign-up for a five-day free trial to see if you like the service before selecting a monthly plan. Once you’ve made the decision to sign-up, you’ll get $40 off your first two months. DIRECTV STREAM also gives you the ability to watch anything on up to 20 screens in your household so you’ll never miss a game. You also have the ability to access over 7,000 other streaming apps like Netflix, HBO Max, and more. 

Watch Kansas City Chiefs games on FuboTV

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PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

One of the best streaming services for any sports fan is FuboTV. Each of the four plans offers major channels like beIN Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBA TV, NBC Sports Network, NFL, and NFL RedZone. If you would like to include the Sports Plus add-on, you will get access to a number of Stadium and PAC-12 networks. Just make sure to sign up for the seven-day free trial for the Pro, Elite, or Ultimate plan before making your decision. 

Watch Kansas City Chiefs games on Sling TV

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Sling TV
PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Sling Orange$4031+No
Sling Blue$4041+No
Sling Orange & Blue$5547+No

Sling TV is one of the more affordable options if you’re looking to just utilize the service for sports. Starting at only $40 per month, you can access either of the Sling packages or combine the two for $55 per month.

If you are a true fan of the game, the Sling Blue plan offers a channel list that is best suited for you. Getting the Sling Orange & Blue package instead will give you access to more sports content than just football from ESPN to NBA and local channels, making it among the most comprehensive options. If you like watching all things sports, you may want to try out the Orange & Blue package. 

Watch Kansas City Chiefs games on YouTube TV

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YouTube TV
PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

YouTube TV is one of the only services that offer a single main plan. For $64.99 per month, you can watch over 85+ channels including ESPN, NFL Network, NBC, CBS, and many more. YouTube TV will also get you access to a bunch of on-demand content. Right now, YouTube TV is also having a promotion that gets you $30 off the first three months ($10 per month).

With YouTube TV, you can always pay for additional Sports Plus add-ons or upgrade to 4K Plus for a higher image quality.

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