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How To Watch the Los Angeles Chargers Live

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers-Head Coach Jim Harbaugh Introductory Press Conference
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The 2023/24 season has come to an end but read below to find out how to keep up with the Chargers when the 2024/25 season kicks off in September.

You can watch nearly all Chargers games on a streaming service that offers Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network. Let’s break down some of the best options for stay tuned in all season.

Where can you watch the Los Angeles Chargers games?

Sling TVHulu + LiveDIRECTV STREAMFuboYouTube TV
CBS
Fox✔*
NBC✔*
ESPN
NFL Network
*in select locations

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on DIRECTV STREAM

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Entertainment$79.9975+Yes
Choice$108.99105+Yes
Ultimate$119.99140+Yes
Premier$164.99150+Yes

DIRECTV STREAM allows you to end your plan whenever you want with its no-commitment offer. You can also opt-in for a limited-time five-day free trial to see if you like the service. DIRECTV STREAM also allows you to stream any channels you want on up to 20 screens in your household, so you’ll never miss a beat. You also get access to over 7,000 other streaming apps like Netflix, HBO Max, and more. 

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on Hulu + Live TV 

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Hulu + Live TV$76.9990+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV $89.9990+No

Hulu + Live TV provides access to an entire on-demand library of movies, shows, and originals, as well as 90+ live TV channels for just $76.99 per month. This plan includes ads so if you’d like a plan with no ads, you can upgrade to $89.99 per month. With a wide range of supported streaming devices and unlimited DVR, Hulu + Live TV has you covered. You’ll also get premier access to ESPN Plus and Disney Plus with either plan, making your non-sports watching days just as enjoyable as game days. 

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on Fubo


Plan
Price per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Pro$79.99169+Yes
Elite$89.99244+Yes
Ultimate$99.99288+Yes
Latino$32.9957+Yes

Fubo is considered to be one of the more reliable streaming services for sports fans. They offer major channels like beIN Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBA TV, NBC Sports Network, NFL, and NFL RedZone on most plans. If you’re really looking to watch all sports, the Sports Plus add-on gives you access to a variety of Stadium and PAC-12 networks. Just make sure to sign up for Fubo’s seven-day free trial before making your decision on the Pro, Elite, or Ultimate plan.

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on Sling TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Sling Orange$4031+No
Sling Blue$4042+No
Sling Orange & Blue$5548+No

Sling TV offers a more affordable streaming service plan for you die-hard Bolts fans. Sling TV users can choose between two plans, the Sling Orange for $40 per month, the Sling Blue plan for $40 per month, or combine the two for $55 per month. Currently, new users can sign up and receive 50% off their first month’s subscription.

The Sling Blue plan is a better option if you’re looking to watch the upcoming football season, but the Sling Orange & Blue package is the best option for the regular sports fan looking to stream more than just football. The Sling Orange & Blue plan has channel offerings from ESPN to NFL and local channels on Fox and NBC, in select locations, making it among the most comprehensive options. Just enter your zip code on the Sling homepage to see exactly which channels you’ll get. Those who don’t get local channels with Sling can pair their Sling subscription with an HD antenna to get local broadcast channels for free.

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on YouTube TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial
Base$72.99100+Yes
Spanish$34.9930+Yes

YouTube TV is one of the only streaming services that offer just one base plan for $72.99 per month. It includes 100+ channels from ESPN, NFL Network, NBC, CBS, and many more. YouTube TV provides access to a handful of on-demand content with the base plan. Right now, YouTube TV is also running a promotion that gives you $24 off the first three months ($8 per month).

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

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