How to Watch Alliance of American Football (AAF) Live Without Cable
Best Way to Watch Every AAF Team without Cable
We picked the best live TV streaming services for each AAF team so you won’t miss a single play. Don’t subscribe to one until you check your favorite team’s schedule.
The inaugural 10-week 2019 AAF seasons kicks off on Saturday, Feb. 9 with Atlanta at Orlando and San Diego at San Antonio on CBS.
Following the conclusion of the regular season on Sunday, April 14, the four-team AAF Playoffs begin on April 20, with the AAF Championship Game on Saturday, April 27 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The AAF playoffs will appear on CBS Sports Network and TNT, while the AAF Championship Game will air on CBS.
B/R Live will also offer live Alliance games, as well as on demand and highlights across the platform.
Includes: CBS, CBS Sports Network, NFL Network, & TNT
All Live Streaming Options
|AT&T NOW||fuboTV||Hulu||Philo||Sling TV||YouTube|
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|54,99 US$||59,99 US$||54,99 US$||20 US$||30 US$||30 US$||64,99 US$|
|CBS Sports Network||79,99 US$||•||•||-||-||-||•|
Once you subscribe, you will be able to stream your local AAF games on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon, Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, and Android.