Football fans, rejoice — the No. 1 show in Primetime for ten straight years is back! “Sunday Night Football” returns on NBC this September, and you won’t miss a game with Xfinity.
'Sunday Night Football' on NBC: when it starts, how to watch and more
The 2021-22 regular season officially kicks off on September 9, and features Tom Brady and the reigning Super Bowl champion Buccaneers vs. Dak Prescott and the Cowboys. You can watch it live on NBC starting at 8:20pm ET. The first “Sunday Night Football” game of the season follows suit on Sunday, September 12, when the Chicago Bears battle the new-look LA Rams.
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Wondering how to watch? Xfinity TV customers can watch live on NBC every Sunday night. Customers with Xfinity Flex can tune in, too, and stream “Sunday Night Football” live on Peacock at no extra cost. That includes Cowboys-Buccaneers NFL Kickoff, every SNF game, Bills-Saints on Thanksgiving night, all NFL playoff games on NBC and Super Bowl LVI.
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Click here to view the full “Sunday Night Football” schedule and be sure to favorite your team on X1 for a more personalized NFL experience. Just say “Favorite my NFL team” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to get started.
Ready to watch? Just say “Sunday Night Football” into your Xfinity Voice Remote to tune in, starting September 12, 2021.