YouTube TV has added NFL network for everyone, Sports 10.99 Sports Plus

Rumor has it, YouTube TV today announced its latest channel addition. It starts with a $ 64.99 subscription to the NFL network, while Google is now offering a Sports Plus “add-on package” for an additional 10. 10.99 per month.

Live Sports is a big sale on YouTube TV, and Google today mentioned how the NFL Network is a “highly requested channel from our members.” Available today as a base member, starting before September 10th of the 2020 football season, the advancing NFL games will join other games to add a dashboard for key plays, scores and stats.

With the NFL Network, you can watch more football live with exclusive games live, as well as popular shows like NFL Total Access, Good Morning Football, NFL Game Morning, and NFL Now. The NFL Network features live wall-to-wall coverage, including scouting combines and Super Bowl coverage with NFL drafts from the league’s biggest events.

Meanwhile, YouTube TV has a new add-on “Sports Plus” add-on package. This includes NFL Redzone, Fox College Sports, GoalTV, Fox Soccer Plus, MAVTV Motorsports Network, TVG and Stadium for 99 10.99 per month.

For football fans, if you want to go deeper with the NFL season, the NFL Redzone has you. Organized by Scott Hanson, the NFL Redzone presents whip-coverage of games across the league and lets fans catch every touchdown from every game on Sunday afternoons in the regular season from September 13th.

And for soccer fans, you can get all the action from many leagues with Fox Soccer Plus and GoalTV. But it doesn’t stop there, as fans of college sports, motorsports and even horse racing will find entertainment at the stadiums of Fox College Sports, MAVTV Motorsports Network, TVG and Sports Plus.

When available, will appear under the “Subscription” list in Settings. Google has reiterated that it is working to “create flexible models for YouTube TV users,” the team first announced in response to the latest price increase.

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