Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions live stream options: Watch the NFL Week 3 game live

The Minnesota Vikings host the Detroit Lions in an NFC North matchup at US Bank Stadium this weekend.

Kick-off time for Vikings vs. Lions is set for 1 p.m. ET September 25.

The Lions are 1-1 this season and are turning heads with an impressive offense when it comes to numbers. Meanwhile, the Vikings will be looking to get back to winning ways after a disappointing 17-point loss last weekend, which in turn came after an impressive regular-season opener against the Green Bay Packers.

While the game will be available on local television in the Minneapolis and Detroit areas, most fans will need to stream the game to get in on the action.

In the United States, there is no single option available that will allow you to stream all NFL games on any device you want, so you’ll have to research the best streaming options.

How to Stream Vikings vs. Lions in Minneapolis, Detroit, or Anywhere

If this is a game in the market for you, most live TV streaming services will carry this game, as they carry your local network affiliates. Here is a list of live TV streaming services, most of which have free trial options:

If this game is out of market for you, you will probably need to subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket, a premium service offered by DIRECTTV(opens in a new tab), which will cost you $69.49 per month, after a free trial week. And no, you don’t get the NFL Sunday Ticket for free, even if you sign up for DIRECTV Stream.

How to stream the Dolphins vs Bills NFL game in the UK

The popularity of the NFL continues to grow in the UK with games being played in London in recent years.

The good news for UK fans, watching NFL games will cost you a lot less than in the US. NFL Game Pass has a number of options available for fans on this side of the water.

The PRO a subscription that will cost just £150.99 a year – or four installments of £37.75 until July 31, 2023 will give you access to all 270+ live games, which may be bad news for your pace of sleep.

Game pass “Essential” The tier, which costs £42.99 a year, will let you watch NFL Redzone live with on-demand highlights from all the games.

Charles P. Patton