Fox Sports announced today that it is bringing its NFL Network package to all subscribers.
The streaming service is also making available a new premium subscription tier, with the price of a season pass starting at $60 per month, while the premium subscription is priced at $50 per month.
The new subscription tier will include NFL Premium, which includes additional NFL games, a premium ESPN Radio station and a new package of ESPN’s flagship network, Fox Sports 1.
NFL Premium will also include the ability to stream the majority of NFL games to Apple TV, Roku, Apple TV Stick and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
The NFL Network also includes access to exclusive content from ESPN, FOX Sports, FOX Soccer and the FOX Sports GO mobile app.
Fox Sports’ new premium service comes after the NFL Network, which has been available to a select number of consumers for years.
The network’s new package will be available to Fox Sports subscribers in the U.S. and Canada.
Fox Sports will also be bringing the NFL’s live and on-demand offerings to its online subscription plans.
The $60 monthly subscription tier is available to subscribers in Canada and Mexico, while $50 monthly is available in the United States and Canada for an additional $10 fee.
“We are excited to offer our NFL Network customers access to all the best NFL content from the league’s most popular teams and broadcasters,” said Rob Manfred, president and CEO of Fox Sports.
“As the NFL continues to evolve, we continue to provide the most exciting, exciting and exciting content, while keeping the value of the existing subscribers and fans in mind.”
The NFL Network is also launching a new standalone subscription tier called NFL Premium that will offer subscribers access to the entire NFL schedule.
The premium tier will cost $50 a month for the first six months, then $60 for the rest of the year, with a $50 minimum for the NFL slate of games each year.
For more information, visit foxsports.com/premium.