It’s totally possible to watch Pittsburgh Steelers games without access to cable, and if you’re looking for up to date information on how to do this then you’re in the right place. This extensive guide will tell you everything you need to know about where and how to watch Pittsburgh Steelers games without cable, and we’ll be updating it frequently to ensure all information in the guide remains accurate. 

If you’re not familiar already with where to find the Pittsburgh Steelers game on cable currently, the channels you’ll find the game on are:

  • Fox 
  • NBC 
  • CBS 
  • NFL Network
  • ESPN

So if you want stream the Steelers games, you’re going to need access to these channels. Luckily this can very easily be achieved without the need for cable access, here are the best options you can try:

fuboTV
Sling TV
Hulu with live tv
YouTube TV
Playstation Vue
DirecTV Now

 

fuboTV

fuboTV is an internet streaming service for sports related content. You’ll find loads of sports on there – basketball, hockey and of course NFL games (including Pittsburgh Steelers games). 

fuboTV has 2 packages, but to be honest you only need one – The fubo package costs $45 per month and comes with 75+ channels in most areas where the service is available, and includes local Pittsburgh CBS, NBC, and Fox plus the NFL Network. That’s all you need through fuboTV to start watching Steelers games. 

The only negative of using fuboTV is that you won’t get ESPN, so you’ll miss probably at least one Steelers game per year. 

 

Sling TV

Sling TV has no affiliations with local Pittsburgh NBC and Fox stations, so it’s actually not a great option for watching Steelers games. To be honest, the likelihood is that you’d only get access to around 2 games per year at most. However, Sling TV is such a great streaming service that we had to include it in this list. 

 

Hulu with live tv

Hulu with live tv is a pretty awesome service, and your subscription to service includes local Pittsburgh CBS, Fox, and NBC channels, as well as ESPN and a number of other sports channels like Fox Sports and CBS Sports Network – so yes, you’ll be able to watch Steelers games with this option. 


YouTube TV

There’s only one streaming package offered by YouTube TV, and it costs $40 per month – for that you’ll get local Pittsburgh Fox, NBC, and CBS, as well as ESPN. This means you’ll be able to watch every Pittsburgh Steelers game in a season through YouTube TV, nice! 


Playstation Vue

Steelers fans can watch games through Playstation Vue as it has access to local Pittsburgh Fox, NBC, and CBS channels, as well as ESPN in the $40/month “Access” package, so you’ll be able to watch every game this season.


DirecTV Now

If you’re looking to watch Pittsburgh Steelers games without cable, you’ll only need the Live A Little package from DirectTV Now to get CBS, Fox, and NBC affiliate stations in Pittsburgh. You’ll also get ESPN, so you can literally watch every single Steelers game this season through DirecTV Now!

 

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