The Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL as an expansion team back in the 1960s. However, the Vikings started off as a team for the NFC Central and were in the Western Conference Central Division prior to that. Even though the Vikings managed to make it to four Super Bowl games but they, unfortunately, ended up losing all. The Vikings despite not being the best performing team have still struck rivalries with the Green Bay Packers, Lions, and Bears. That said what’s football without a bit or rivalry?

Live Stream Minnesota Vikings Online with Sling TV

Sling TV is an online cable service provider, what that means is that you just subscribe to Sling TV and start streaming the Minnesota Vikings online. The basic package costs just $20 a month and gives you access to ESPN and ESPN 2 both of which are known to air 80% of the Vikings games. Plus, if you download the Sling TV app you can practically stream the game live on your mobile device. You can also always upgrade to a better package which also offers Fox Sports. However, for most people, ESPN 1&2 should cut it.

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Fubo has Local Streaming Access to NFL Games

Local streaming deals for NFL broadcasting rights can be complicated. Fubo has done a great job of securing some of them and, like the options above, will allow you to stream NFL games and RedZone live on mobile devices in most major markets. Head over there now for a free trial and to find out what teams are streaming with Fubo:

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Use a VPN to access out-of-market games

Live in one city but want to watch a game broadcasting in another city? NordVPN has you covered. Set up a VPN and just like that, you can use any of the above streaming services to access live streams of your favorite team.


Vikings Game on CBS? Watch the game here:

If you’re looking to stream your team’s game on CBS, Paramount Plus now offers streaming of NFL games through their handy streaming service. Get a free trial here and start streaming.

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Stream Vikings Games with Hulu

One of the biggest names in streaming, Hulu has live streaming options that will give you access to ESPN, FOX, CBS, and NBC. That should cover a good chunk of the Vikings games you’re looking to stream if your local team is available on one of these networks.

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Watch Vikings Games Live Without Cable with AT&T TV NOW

Vikings fans are tired of being left out in the cold with cable companies.  AT&T TV NOW has all the cable channels you’d ever want, including the Vikings game streaming online. ESPN, Fox News and of course you’ll get those Vikings playoff games streamed live to your Minnesota igloo. Use the 7 day free trial to decide if it’s right for you.


Watch the Minnesota Vikings Online via Their Official Website

If you are a huge Minnesota Vikings fan and would like to stream the team’s latest games, interviews, and even watch the stats roll on then, the official website is a great place to start. What’s great about it is the fact that the website is free, and all the videos on it can be viewed without having to pay a dime. If you’re a time stricken millennial, this could be the ultimate free way to catch up on last night’s game just so that your peers don’t think you’re a robot. However, the website does not offer a free live streaming option so if that’s your thing (and it probably is) you can use one of the other options below. NFL Game Pass is another official option for $99 per year and it gives you access to games an hour after they air.



Stream the Minnesota Vikings with the PlayStation Vue

The PlayStation Vue is just like Sling TV only a lot more expensive because it’s owned by Sony. That said the choice of sports channels are few limited to just ESPN and Fox Sports. However, if you own a PlayStation 4 and like switching between Madden NFL and the real game, then it would probably be worth the extra dough you pay.

Streaming The Minnesota Vikings – Any Other Methods?

  • Verizon customers on mobile have the NFL Mobile app. It gives you Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football on the go.
  • NFL Game Pass gets you old games for $100 a season
  • Netflix and Hulu don’t have live sports so stop asking!  They probably never will, dreamboy.
  • Amazon is now the home of TNF this year so that means all Prime members stream Thursday Night games free! Check out their free trial if you aren’t already a member:
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What About Those Illegal Live Streams?

Well, we are about done with all the legal methods. All other methods are illegal, and we don’t endorse them because they could get you jail time which is never a good thing. Think missing the Super Bowl because you’re stuck in a small cell with Big Bubba! Not exactly our idea of having a good time. All joking aside you’ll probably just get a virus and call it a day. Not a great trade-off considering you’ll mostly be watching Russian ads and buffering most of the game.