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Super Bowl LVIII is only a few weeks away, with the Detroit Lions playing the San Francisco 49ers today in the NFC Conference Championship that’ll decide who makes it to Vegas. Detroit currently ranks first in the NFC North after defeating the Buccaneers 31-23. San Francisco, meantime, holds the top spot in the NFC West, a week after beating the Packers in a close 24-21 game at home.
Which team will make it to the Super Bowl this year? Here’s how to watch the Conference Championship today if you’ve cut the cord — plus how to livestream the Lions vs. 49ers playoff game online for free.
How to Watch Lions vs. 49ers Game Without Cable
If you’re not sure where to livestream the Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco NFC Conference Championship game, read on for our quick guide:
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Conference Championship Game on DirecTV Stream
While Detroit and San Francisco fans can watch the Conference Championship on FOX, you can also livestream the Lions vs. 49ers playoff game today on DirecTV Stream. The live TV streaming service carries local networks, which includes FOX, with its DirecTV Stream Choice plan. It comes with a five-day free trial, then costs $83.99/month for two months. The subscription price goes up to $108.99/month from there. (You can also watch the upcoming Super Bowl with your plan.)
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Playoff Game on Fubo
Another live TV streaming service that lets you watch the Lions vs. 49ers Conference Championship without cable is fuboTV. Fans can stream the NFC matchup with a 7-day free trial for a Fubo Pro plan at the time of this writing. Subscribers pay $79.99/month after the trial ends.
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Playoff Game on Sling
Sure, Sling TV might not currently give fans a free trial, but it’s still a budget-friendly streamer to watch the NFC Championship game without cable. Sling carries FOX with its Sling Blue plan, which starts at $22.50/month your first month of watching. The price changes to $45/month after that.
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Playoff Game on Hulu + Live TV
Another place you can watch the Lions vs. 49ers playoff game is with Hulu + Live TV. The subscription runs $76.99/month. FOX comes with the plan to watch the NFC Championship showdown, plus you’ll get ESPN+ and Disney+ too.
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Game on NFL+
NFL fans can get the ultimate football experience with NFL+, which starts at $6.99/month. The service broadcasts all the NFL playoff games, including the Lions vs. 49ers game, as well as the upcoming Super Bowl LVIII.
Stream Lions vs. 49ers Game for Free
The NFC Conference Championship game airs on FOX tonight. But if you don’t have traditional cable you can still watch it with a free trial to DirecTV Stream or fuboTV. Each service has its own subscription tiers, but both offer multi-day trials to watch the Lions vs. 49ers free before you pay the monthly rate.
When Is Lions vs. 49ers Game? Date, Kickoff Time for NFC Championship Stream
The Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2024. The game takes place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California and airs on FOX.
How to Get Lions vs. 49ers Tickets
Local fans who want to watch the Conference Championship game in person on Sunday can still score last-minute tickets on StubHub, Vivid Seats, or SeatGeek— though you’ll want to hurry before they’re gone before kickoff.
NFL Playoffs Schedule 2024
The 2024 NFL playoffs kicked off weeks ago, with the top teams in the sport facing off in the wild-card and divisional rounds throughout January. It’s now the final weekend before the Super Bowl matchup is locked in, as the Chiefs play the Ravens in the AFC Championship today in addition to the Lions vs. 49ers game. Check out important dates and times below.
Sunday, Jan. 28
AFC Championship Game: Ravens vs. Chiefs at 3 p.m. ET (CBS)
NFC Championship Game: Lions vs. 49ers at 6:30 p.m. ET (FOX)
Super Bowl LVIII
Sunday, Feb. 11
TBD at 6:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
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