It wasn’t long ago Kansas City was basking in the glory of being Super Bowl champions for the first time in 50 years. Go Chiefs!
You can lift your spirits and relive the glory of the game against the San Francisco 49ers and other great gridiron battles with these FREE sports viewing subscription services from the National Football League. Basketball and hockey fans who are suffering from sports withdrawal are scoring in a similar way with FREE offers and increased content from the National Basketball League and National Hockey League.
Make it a full-on event with game day fare. Many Kansas City restaurants are offering delivery and carryout specials. Might we suggest a cheeseburger?
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NFL Game Pass is available for FREE through May 31. The subscription service lets you take in full broadcast replays and condensed games in less than 45 minutes, and the all-22 coaches film.
Take in full football games from 2009 to 2019. You can replay an entire game or opt for condensed games. It’s every play, back-to-back-to-back.
Check out the exclusive All-22 angle Coaches Film footage where you can break down tape like the pros.
You’ll also have access to NFL Original shows like “Hard Knocks”, “A Football Life” and “Mic’d Up.”
To sign up go to the NFL Game Pass Site and select “Complimentary Access”. You’ll need to create an account to proceed. You may have to enter your credit card, so be sure to mark your calendar to check back into the system before May 31. That way you can cancel your subscription if need be.
The NBA is on hiatus, but you can hoop it up through April 22 with a FREE preview of NBA League Pass, the league’s premium subscription service.
This complimentary offering will provide access to full length and condensed replays of all games from the 2019-20 season. You also get an expansive archive of classic games and content.
Redeem this FREE offer by signing into your NBA account through NBA.com or the NBA App on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android mobile and tablet devices, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and other supported devices.
As NHL takes a precautionary pause in the season, the league is staying out of the penalty box by giving fans access to an increased offering of video, editorial and digital content content on NHL.com, the NHL app and across the NHL’s social media channels.
Through April 30, the NHL and Sportsnet are making full replays of all 2019-20 NHL regular-season games already played available to stream on demand. The games will be accessible via the scores and schedule pages of NHL.com and the NHL app.
The NHL is also launching the “NHL Pause Binge” on NHL.com and on its official YouTube channel. The binge will consist of a curated collection of NHL Original Productions content, from the critically-acclaimed, behind-the-scenes programs “Road to the NHL Winter Classic,” “Behind The Glass” and “NHL All Access” to full-length classic NHL games dating from the 1950s to present day. NHL.com and NHL Social daily programming will include fan favorites “This Day in History” and “Players to Watch: Next Gen,” profiles on top rookies and draft prospects, a look back at top Stanley Cup Playoffs and Stanley Cup Final moments, and much more.
Additional NHL.com and NHL Social features in the coming weeks include:
#HockeyAtHome: Players will offer fans a glimpse into their lives during the “NHL Pause” on social media, using the hashtag #HockeyAtHome.
2019-20 Season Snapshots: NHL.com will look back at the memorable moments of the season for each of the League’s 31 teams. Each moment will be highlighted with an article written by a member of NHL.com’s team of talented writers and accompanied with a video.
Morning Inspiration: Fans will receive a daily dose of inspiration from mic’d up legendary speeches captured in the dressing rooms, on the ice and on the benches.
2019-20 Greatest Moments: Fans will have the opportunity to choose from 64 milestones, achievements and events, bracket-style, to determine the Greatest Moment of the 2019-20 season. Head-to-head matchups will be unveiled daily with fans having one day to cast votes to advance their selection for greatest moment into the next round.