To say there’s a sports shortage at the moment would perhaps be an understatement, and while the regular season is still seven months away, the NFL is offering a little solace.
The NFL announced today that they’re offering their “NFL Game Pass” streaming service for free through May. The service lets fans watch every preseason, regular season, and playoff game since 2009, plus NFL Films content like A Football Life and Hard Knocks, 45 minute condensed replays of every game, coaches film for all games, NFL Red Zone episodes and more.
You can stream on any smart TV, PC, Roku device, PS4, or Xbox One.
What you’ll get (and for how long) though, does depend on where you live. Fans in the United States get free access until May 31, while fans in Canada can watch until July 31.
At a time when the March Madness is canceled, NBA and NHL seasons are canceled and the MLB season looks like it might be headed the same way, there’s not a lot in the way of sports, so this will be a welcome offering for many fans.
To start streaming, just visit NFL.com/GamePass or download the NFL app on your television or mobile device.