Thursday night soccer — meaning Thursday night’s NFL games — are now on Amazon Prime Video, streaming only on Prime Video. That’s true when the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Cleveland on September 22nd to play the Browns to open Week 3. It will be a short week for both teams as the AFC rivals each played games just five days earlier.
The big thing to remember about this one? You can only watch the Steelers and Browns (mostly) on Amazon Prime Video. That means you need to stream the game through the Prime Video app. It’s not a big deal as Amazon is pretty good at stuff like this. It’s just that the game isn’t in the traditional places anymore.
This is great for those who already have an Amazon Prime subscription, which is required to watch the game. If you don’t have an Amazon Prime subscription, you’ll need to purchase one. Type of. The game will also be available on Twitch (which Amazon owns) as well as NFL+. And broadcasters in Pittsburgh and Cleveland should have the game too. But for everyone else? Prime Video is all about the NFL.
Thursday’s game will be the second division test for the Steelers, who ousted Cincinnati in a wild week one finish that resulted in a field goal in the dying seconds after both teams struggled with their kicking play. This is Cleveland’s first AFC North game. The Steelers came off an ugly 17-14 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Browns had their own pain on Sunday, losing 31-30 to the New York Jets. (Elsewhere in the AFC North, Miami beat Baltimore and Dallas edged out Cincinnati.)
But back to Thursday Night Football. The Amazon Prime Video app is available on all major streaming platforms including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast with Google TV, on iOS and Android devices, on gaming consoles, on various smart TVs and in the internet browser.
Here’s the full Thursday night football schedule. All games are scheduled for 8:15pm ET.
- September 15: Kansas City Chiefs 27, LA Chargers 24
- September 22: Pittsburgh to Cleveland
- September 29: Miami in Cincinnati
- Oct. 6: Indianapolis in Denver
- Oct. 13: Washington in Chicago
- Oct. 20: New Orleans in St. Louis
- Oct 27: Baltimore at Tampa Bay
- November 3: Philadelphia in Houston
- November 10: Atlanta, Carolina
- Nov 17 Tennessee at Green Bay
- December 1: Buffalo, New England
- December 8: Oakland at LA Rams
- December 15: San Francisco in Seattle
- December 22: Jacksonville at NY Jets
- December 29: Dallas, Tennessee
And we hope this time someone will remember to turn off subtitles on Prime Video. (They were enabled by default in week 2.)
For those who somehow don’t already have an Amazon Prime subscription, it’s the optional add-on service for Amazon that adds all sorts of things to you besides being able to shop on Amazon in the first place. The Tentpole feature is “free delivery”. It’s not really free – you pay for it with your subscription, of course. But that’s really just the tip of the iceberg. You also get tons of movies, series and shows on Prime Video – including Thursday Night Football. There’s also ad-free music, Prime Gaming, Amazon Photos, and other exclusive offers.
Amazon Prime comes with a free 30-day subscription. And after that, there are a couple of pricing plans, starting at $7 if you qualify for state aid, $7.50 a month for students, and $15 a month for everyone else. Or if you want to save some money, you can opt for the $139 annual subscription.
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