The two biggest games of the 2017 NFL season are being played this Sunday. They are the AFC Championship (Jaguars vs Patriots) and NFC Championship (Vikings vs Eagles). The winner of both of these games will play in Super Bowl 52. 

With that said, we live in a day in age where streaming is must whether it comes to our sports or regular television. So here are the ways that you can stream both of these championship games.

AFC Championship

The game is at 3:05 ET on CBS and is between the Jaguars and the Patriots. Here’s how to stream said game.

  • CBS All Access: 7-day free trial
  • Live TV streaming services: Only available in certain areas
    • Sling TV: 7-day free trial
    • PlayStation Vue: 10-day free trial
    • Hulu with Live TV: 30-day free trial
    • DirecTV Now: 7-day free trial
    • YouTube TV: 30-day free trial (only available in certain areas)
  • NFL Mobile: Available only for Verizon customers

NFC Championship

The game starts at 6:40 ET and will be aired on FOX. Here’s how to stream that game

  • FOX Sports GO: You must type in your TV service provider in order to access their content, which is also based on what package you have. On top of that, Apple TV users can stream up to four screens at once.

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    Four sporting events being streamed on the FOX Sports GO Apple TV app 

  • Live TV streaming services: Only available in certain areas
    • Sling TV: 7-day free trial
    • PlayStation Vue: 10-day free trial
    • Hulu with Live TV: 30-day free trial
    • DirecTV Now: 7-day free trial
    • YouTube TV: 30-day free trial (only available in certain areas)
  • NFL Mobile: Available only for Verizon customers

All of the live TV streaming services mentioned are available on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, and Apple TV.