FuboTV is proving it loves Football as much as it does fútbol with New NFL Deal
Originally launched in 2015 as a soccer streaming service, FuboTV is proving that it’s about more than just fútbol. In addition to recently adding NBC, FOX, and CBS to its line up –bringing all Sunday NFL games to Fubo Premier subscribers– the company has just locked in a carriage agreement with NFL Media for NFL Network and NFL RedZone.
Starting this week, the NFL Network will be available to subscribers of Fubo Premiere, a $34.99/mo service. This means they’ll have access to popular shows such as “NFL GameDay Morning,” “A Football Life,” “The Timeline,” and receive wall-to-wall news and fantasy coverage from around the NFL.
The NFL Redzone will live on the company’s re-launched “Sports Plus” package, which houses 14 other sports channels and is available to Fubo Premier subscribers for an additional $8.99 per month. Produced by NFL Network, NFL RedZone brings fans live look-ins to every touchdown and all the big moments from every Sunday afternoon game across the NFL.
“As our line-up has evolved, our mission remains the same: to offer the most popular sports in the world for the lowest price,” explained David Gandler, co-founder and CEO of fuboTV. “Today we add a brand that is the epitome of premium sports content. NFL Network solidifies our basic bundle.”
The NFL Deal comes on the heels of Fubo’s announcement of a multi-year partnership with Pac-12 Networks, which added the following channels to its “Sports Plus” package: Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington, Pac-12 Mountain, and Pac-12 Los Angeles.