The NFL announced Thursday it’s adding its first-ever “video” streaming app to its iOS and Android devices.
The app, called NFL TV, will allow fans to watch live broadcasts of every game and the entire NFL regular season online, with a single-screen view of the action.
The app will let fans follow along with a live stream of every play from a game or even all the games from the entire season.
Users can even see stats on each player and team, as well as the latest scores from the past 24 hours.
The NFL is also bringing the app to all of its current apps.NFL.com will still be the go-to destination for fans to access all the latest NFL news and information.
However, users will have to sign up for a new account to watch games on NFL.com, and users will need to pay $2.99 per month for the app.
The NFL said it’s rolling out the app this week, and it’s expected to roll out to the Roku app and Amazon Fire TV in the coming weeks.
The launch is significant because it marks the first time the NFL has built an app for its fans, and a new TV app will likely increase that number.
The new app will be a big win for Apple TV owners, who are struggling to watch all their shows on a TV.
The NBA and NFL also announced that they’re adding video content to their existing TV apps, as they are, too.
The league will also launch its own app to stream its games, as it did with the NFL’s app earlier this year.