The Chargers may have migrated a few miles north from San Diego a few years ago, but they’re still asking their football fans to “bolt up,” and that means cheering them on from home. The Los Angeles Chargers schedule includes plenty of locally televised games — but what if you cut the old cable cord? Streaming and on demand options help you keep track of your beloved Southern California NFL team without missing a beat.
We’ve tracked down some of the best ways to watch the Los Angeles Chargers live if you don’t have cable.
Streaming the Los Angeles Chargers live is relatively easy if you’re still living in SoCal. If you’re watching from afar, your options are more limited. Our top picks are easy to set up and feature additional benefits.
- Hulu + Live TV: Provides more local access service than the other options, including Fox and CBS, where Chargers games can usually be found.
- Chargers App: Best for mobile viewing in-market, and you can also check stats and other Chargers news in the app.
- NFL Game Pass: The best option for out-of-state Los Angeles Chargers fans who want to watch all games.
Streaming services to watch the Los Angeles Chargers at-a-glance
|Streaming service||Price||Free trial?||Free trial length|
|Hulu + Live TV||$55/mo.||Yes||7 Days|
|Sling TV||$30/mo.||Yes||3 Days|
|NFL Game Pass||$99/mo.||Yes||7 Days|
|AT&T TV Now||$55/mo.||Yes||7 Days|
|YouTube TV||$50||Yes||7 Days|
|Los Angeles Chargers App||Free||No||N/A|
How to live stream the Los Angeles Chargers
There are two ways to watch the Los Angeles Chargers online (and free, sort of, if you already have one of these platforms.) The first is online streaming, and the second is on demand. These live streaming platforms all offer access to local NFL games.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on Hulu + Live TV
If you’re in the Los Angeles Chargers local market, Hulu Live is one of the best places to watch the Los Angeles Chargers online. Plus, you get access to the other Hulu Live content. This includes Hulu’s classic on demand service with thousands of movies and TV shows and more than 60 live channels.There is no contract, cancellation fee, or contract required — so you can cancel as soon as the Chargers play their last game of the season if you’d like.
Read our review of Hulu and Hulu + Live here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on Sling TV
Sling TV offers multiple ways to watch a Los Angeles Chargers game live stream with the Sling Blue package. The program gives you access to FOX, NBC, and CBS in Southern California, though every game may not be available in every market. On the plus side, all users can access the 40 channels in the Sling TV channel package no matter what. ESPN, another popular option for watching the NFL, is available in the Sling Orange package.
Read our full review of Sling TV here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on fuboTV
You can get your Los Angeles Chargers fix by live streaming on FOX with fuboTV. In the Los Angeles area, the network is available on the starting package, and there are more than 95 channels in the full fuboTV channel package. Many of the channels in fuboTV’s lineup are sports oriented. In addition to FOX, you may also have access to NBC and CBS.
Read our full review of fuboTV here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on NFL Game Pass
There are two ways to stream Los Angeles Chargers games with NFL Game Pass. You can stream all pre-season games from within the United States, and you can live stream every game of the regular season if you are currently overseas. If you’re living in the States, however, you’ll have to catch up on out-of-market regular season games on demand — they are not live- streamed unless you live in the region where the game is televised.
Read our full review of NFL Game Pass here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on AT&T TV NOW
AT&T TV NOW offers an easy way to watch Chargers games online in its starting package. Any ESPN games are available nationwide, while certain locations will also get FOX and NBC live streaming. The starting channels list includes around 45 channels, so it’s actually a good option to replace your cable package altogether.
Read our full review of AT&T TV NOW here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on YouTube TV
YouTube TV has a package that offers 70+ channels. With this package, you’ll receive popular cable channels like ESPN as well as local channel access. Most areas have CBS, FOX, and NBC, where your Los Angeles Chargers games can be found. You can also use TV Everywhere apps with YouTube TV, so if you’re looking for more content or you don’t get the local channels with live streaming, you might still be able to check out the game through one of these other apps.
Read our full review of YouTube TV here.
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on the Chargers Mobile App
If you’re living in Southern California, the best way to live stream the Los Angeles Chargers free may be the team’s official app. Free to download for iOS or Android, the app offers live streams of each game for in-market viewers. The app also offers highlight reels, team interviews, and team news.
How to stream the Los Angeles Chargers on demand without cable
If you’re not concerned about watching the game in real time, on demand is a great option for watching Los Angeles Chargers games online. And, frankly, it’s the only (legal) option for out-of-market fans who live nowhere near Los Angeles County. Fortunately, you can pay a single price for the whole season and catch every Los Angeles Chargers game after it concludes.
- NFL Game Pass
Watch the Los Angeles Chargers on NFL Game Pass
The NFL Game Pass on-demand library offers more than just the Chargers games on the air this week. You’ll also receive the full season along with many previous seasons. This includes all of the Super Bowls for those years and a variety of TV shows with a football theme. Most streaming and mobile devices will work with NFL Game Pass.
Our hot take
Watching the Los Angeles Chargers online is easy enough, and you’ll probably score some additional programming in the process. Los Angeles area residents may want to look into the free app and local streaming first. If you’re a true blue NFL fan, the NFL Game Pass will also deliver all team games on demand and may be worth the investment.