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2024 NFL Conference Championship: Here’s How to Watch Ravens vs. Chiefs & 49ers vs. Lions Online

Mr. Nimbus | 01/26/2024

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We’re one step closer to the Super Bowl! The 2024 NFL playoffs continue with conference championship on Sunday (Jan. 28).

The NFL playoffs schedule launched with Wild Card Weekend on Jan. 13 as 12 AFC and NFC teams faced off over three days. Six teams were eliminated in season-ending losses for the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills headed to divisional rounds on Jan. 20 and Jan 21.



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The 49ers vs. Lions and Chiefs vs. Ravens NFC and AFC championship games will take place on Sunday.

Keep reading for a breakdown of the game schedule, plus ways to watch and stream NFL games from anywhere.

Chiefs vs. Ravens, Lions vs. 49ers: When & Where to Watch

Ready for a double header? First up, the Chiefs vs. Ravens AFC championship on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 3:00 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT on CBS.

The Morgan State choir will perform the national anthem ahead of the game, which will take place at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. T-Pain is slated to perform at halftime.

Later in the day, the 49ers will host the Lions at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The NFC championship game will air Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. on Fox.

In addition to broadcasting live on CBS, Sunday’s Chiefs vs. Ravens game will stream live on Paramount+ with Showtime. But if you want to stream both championships games, you’ll need to subscribe to a streaming provider that offers live television.

When it comes to watching the NFL playoffs, there are a bunch of great streaming options for football fans who don’t have access to local and cable channels or a digital antenna.

Want to stream NFL games without cable? DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, Fubo and SlingTV are some of the platforms that offer live, local and cable channels for less than $75 a month, plus you can watch games on multiple devices, including your TV, smartphone or computer. DirecTV and Fubo Pro customers get access 75+ channels, including hundreds of live sporting events.

Platforms such as Paramount+ and Peacock, let subscribers watch live television — but you’re restricted to certain channels.

How to Watch the NFL Championship Games on DirecTV

Sign up for DirecTV Stream and enjoy a free trial for the first five days. The streaming plans includes DVR recording and 75+ channels such as ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox along with sports networks and cable channels like ESPN, FS1, MTV, BET, E!, Bravo, Freeform, Lifetime, Food Network, FX, IFC, ID Network, FYI, CMT and HGTV.

How to Watch NFL Championship Games on Sling TV?

Sling TV is another great choice, especially if you’re on a budget. Streaming plans start at just $20/month (reg. $40) month. The streamer offers 32+ channels including ESPN, Freeform and other cable networks along with local channels in select areas.

How to Watch NFL Championship Games on FuboTV?

Fubo is another options, if you’re looking for ways to stream live TV for free. Fubo offers a free trial for the first week and affordable streaming plans with up to 263 channels, 1000 hours of cloud DVR. And you can watch on up to 10 screens at once.

To stream NFL games all in one place, subscribe to NFL+. New subscribers can enjoy a free trial for the first week, and then $6.99/month to watch live, local and primetime games including the playoffs and the Super Bowl. Upgrade to NFL+ Premium ($14.99/month) for ad-free streaming, full replays and NFL Redzone.

To access streaming platforms from outside the U.S., use ExpressVPN.

See the NFL Playoffs schedule below.

NFL Conference Championship Schedule

If the Ravens win the AFC championship, the team will make it to the Super Bowl for the third time. The Ravens have won two Super Bowl titles in 2000 and 2013.

As for the Chiefs, the team won two of the last four Super Bowls including last year’s championship against the Eagles. The 49ers advanced to the playoffs a total of 29 times.

Last week’s 49ers vs. Packers game marked a record-setting, 10th playoffs matchup between the two teams. According to ESPN, the Packers and 49ers hold the record for the most playoffs matchups between two NFL teams.

To celebrate making it to the playoffs, Bay Area rappers Saweetie and P-Lo collaborated with the 49ers to release the hype song, “Do It for the Bay” for the divisional rounds last week. If they win the NFC championships, the 49ers will advance to the Super Bowl for the fifth time in team history. The team hasn’t won a Super Bowl since 1995.

If the Lions beat the 49ers, the team will head to the Super Bowl for the first time ever. The Lions, Houston Texans, Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only NFL teams that have never made it to the Super Bowl.

See the schedule below.

  • Ravens vs. Chiefs – Sunday, Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT on CBS.
  • Lions vs. 49ers – Sunday, Jan. 28 at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on Fox.

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