NFL season kicks off this Monday on Seven

The NFL roars back into action on the Seven Network this Monday, when a blockbuster double-header kick-starts the 2021-22 season, while fans of America’s biggest sport can sign up now for the official fantasy competition, NFL Challenge.

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High stakes football in Week 14 NFL on ESPN Australia New Zealand

The 2020 regular season is in its final month and the NFL Playoffs loom large on the horizon. Hopes go on the line for several NFL franchises in Week 14 NFL action, live on ESPN Australia New Zealand.

Brady and the Bucs’ look for redemption in Week Ten NFL action on ESPN

Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers are reeling after a devastating defeat to New Orleans in Week Nine. However, the GOAT has the opportunity to answer his critics once again, in another blockbuster conference battle against the Carolina Panthers on ESPN.

Brady-Brees battle headlines Week Nine NFL action on ESPN

Two NFL legends will collide in Week Nine NFL action on ESPN as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints try to stop the rise of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by the revitalized Tom Brady, and a returning Antonio Brown.

Buccaneers-Raiders blockbuster headlines Week Seven NFL Coverage on ESPN

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are rolling again, having seen off the Green Bay Packers. Up next is a blockbuster showdown with the Las Vegas Raiders, which headlines week seven action, live on ESPN.

SEVEN confirms new Free-To-Air Broadcast Deal for Australian NFL Fans

After a lengthy wait for fans, Seven has today confirmed the renewal of the coverage of the National Football League.

New Free-To-Air Broadcast Deal Expected For Australian NFL Fans

The Seven Network is close to finalising a new broadcast deal that will see it continue as the free-to-air home of NFL in Australia.

ESPN and the NFL announce new expanded rights deal in Australia and New Zealand.

ESPN to air 110 live games of NFL 2019/2020 season in Australia & New Zealand, including 90 regular season games, all Postseason games, Pro Bowl and Super Bowl.

NFL fans left frustrated as new Broadcast Deals yet to be confirmed

TV Blackbox has been contacted by several confused fans, concerned at the lack of information regarding broadcast rights for the new season which commences in the US on the 6th of September.