How DISH Can Keep You Up to Date on All Things NFL

NFL season sneaks up every year, so it’s worth having a game plan in place for your at-home football parties.

First item on the list?

Which channel you’ll use to view these sporting events. Below, we tell you how your DISH subscription keeps you up to date on all things NFL.

NFL Network

Channel 154 is where you can find the NFL Network.

It’s full of all things football, including hours of year-round NFL developments. With the NFL Network, you can catch off-season developments, quality NFL draft coverage, and real-time plays. It’s also available in HD, so you can see the detailed reactions of your team when it scores a touchdown.

NFL RedZone

If you’re a die-hard NFL fan but aren’t particularly interested in other sports, the NFL RedZone package on DISH might be for you. It’s included in the Multi-Sport Pack which is only $13 a month. It’s also commercial-free and will keep track of every NFL game for you, allowing you to catch the most exciting moments of each one without watching several TVs at once. If you’re watching a game and it cuts to commercial, NFL RedZone will automatically cut to another game that’s currently in progress.

You can watch NFL RedZone on DISH channel 155.

Multi-Sport Pack

This is the most extensive option for sports fans, as it includes more than thirty-five of DISH’s most popular networks, like NFL RedZone, NFL Network, beIN SPORTS 2, and over twenty regional sports networks. DISH’s Multi-Sport Pack also lets you watch live games, original shows, European soccer leagues, the NHL, the NBA, game commentary and analysis, and more. It’s included with America’s Top 120+ package or higher until January 2018.

DISH Anywhere

If you’re a DISH customer, you can log into DISH Anywhere for free at any time using your DISH user ID and password. You can also schedule recordings of games you can’t watch live so that you don’t have to miss any of the action.

Whichever games you’re hoping to watch this year, you’ll be able to watch them uninterrupted with DISH—so the only thing you really have to worry about is what snacks to serve during each viewing party you host.

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