Already missing football? Good news, there is a new football league in town, and it is not the XFL. The Alliance of American Football (AAF) was announced in March 2018 and will play its first game on Saturday, February 9. The creators of the AAF are hoping to fill the void for football fans waiting until next fall for more football by offering a spring league.
The AAF will be aired on CBS, TNT, and the CBS Sports Network. This means cord cutters will have the ability to stream the games on their Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV streaming players. Here is how you can do that:
Live TV Streaming Services
CBS, TNT, and CBS Sports Network are available on many live TV streaming services including fuboTV, Hulu, YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue. These services offer CBS—but not in every market—so check their websites to see if they offer CBS in your area. CBS Sports’ broadcast coverage of AAF will also be available to stream live via the CBS All Access subscription service when the games are on CBS.
For $44.99 you get access to not only your local CBS in most areas but also TNT and CBS Sports Network, plus you get access to all of Hulu’s on-demand content.
One of the newest way to watch the CBS, TNT, and CBS Sports Network is fuboTV in most areas. As part of their fubo TV service, you can get the CBS Sports Network and over 75 other networks. fuboTV is currently offering a free trial allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.
YouTube TV also offers CBS, TNT, and the CBS Sports Network in most areas and costs just $40 a month. Plus, you can take advantage of their 7-day trial to test out the service.
DIRECTV NOW has CBS, TNT, and CBS Sports Network in their $55 a month Just Right package in most areas. DIRECTV NOW also offers a 7-day free trial allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.
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