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How To Watch the Washington Commanders Live 2023

Nfl free agents: Chase Young
Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

This post was written in partnership with DIRECTV.

In the past year, there has been a lot of news surrounding the Washington Commanders — both on and off the field. With new ownership swooping in, the Commanders will look to turn the franchise around and stride for something more than a .500 season.

In week 12, the Washington Commanders play the Dallas Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. ET. The Thanksgiving Day game will air on ABC and CBS, depending on location.

If you’re interested in catching all of the Commanders football games, you can watch nearly all of the games on a live tv streaming service that offers Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network. Let’s break down the best options.

Where can you stream almost all of the Washington Commanders games?

NFL Network
*streaming alternative
**in select locations

Watch Washington Commanders games on DIRECTV (Featured Partner)

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

If you prefer a traditional television service over streaming, we recommend DIRECTV. Like DIRECTV STREAM, the satellite service has four package options: Entertainment, Choice, Ultimate, and Premium. Opt for the Choice package for ACCN, SECN, Big Ten Network, and more channels for college football games. Add the Sports Pack for NFL Network, NFL RedZone from NFL Network, NBA TV, MLB Network, and more channels for pro leagues.

More channels are added to the lineup with each plan upgrade. With DIRECTV, you’ll lock in the current monthly cost with a 2-year price guarantee and can save on premium channels with discounts on your first three months. DIRECTV is currently offering a promotion where new sign-ups have the opportunity to receive a DIRECTV Visa® Reward Card valued at up to $400 upon registration. Additionally, customers can enjoy 3 months of the DIRECTV Sports Pack without any additional charges.

Watch Washington Commanders games on DIRECTV STREAM

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

Another great streaming option to watch the NFL is DIRECTV STREAM, mainly because of its extensive national and local channel offerings (aka, what every Commanders fan needs this upcoming season). For a limited time, DIRECTV STREAM is giving customers a five-day free trial, so you can test out the service before committing to a monthly package.

Watch Washington Commanders games on Fubo

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

If you’re looking for a flexible service plan, Fubo may be the route for you. There are four main plans with Fubo, all of which offer channels like Fox, CBS, and NBC. If you’re looking for even more football content, you can add additional packages that include NFL RedZone and NFL Network. The plan pricing is a bit high, but thanks to the channels offered, every penny is worth it. Before you select a plan, be sure to try out the Fubo’s seven-day free trial.

Watch Washington Commanders games 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 hosts over 90+ live TV channels and has one of the best on-demand libraries filled with movies, shows, and originals for just $76.99 per month. You can choose to sign up for the ad-free option for $89.99 per month, and when you sign up for either of the two Hulu + Live TV plans, you’ll get Disney Plus and ESPN Plus for free. With all these options, which Commanders fan wouldn’t want to stream the games this year with Hulu?

Watch Washington Commanders games on Sling TV

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

Sling TV is one of the best options for football fans who don’t want to spend more than $55 per month but still want to watch Chase Young and the stout Commanders’ defense beat up on offenses this year. Sling TV offers access to local games on Fox and NBC, in select locations, along with Monday Night Football on ESPN, making it a strong option for Commanders fans. 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.

The base plans start are $40 per month for Orange and $40 per month for Blue, or you can merge both packages for $55 per month.

Watch Washington Commanders games on YouTube TV

PlanPrice per MonthChannelsFree Trial

YouTube TV is another ideal live TV streaming service for Commanders fans. YouTube is different from the rest because it only offers a single plan. At $72.99 per month, you can watch over 100+ live TV channels and get access to on-demand movies, shows, and originals. For a limited time, YouTube TV is running a promotion to get $24 off your first three months ($8 per month).

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