NFL RedZone




If we want to understand RedZone, we must first learn a little bit about the NFL. The acronym NFL stands for National Football League, a league in which 32 teams go head-to-head over an intense and lengthy 17-week season. It’s a hugely popular sport in the United States, with about 18.6 million Americans watching football every Sunday night.

But with so many teams and games at once, how do the Americans keep up with what’s going on? This is where NFL RedZone comes in. What is NFL RedZone?

NFL RedZone is an NFL channel where you can watch all the games at once. It airs every Sunday and shows the most important touches, goals, plays and data, so viewers are always on the lookout for something interesting.

The name of the program “RedZone” is derived from a term used in American football. The “red zone” is the area between the 20-yard line and the goal line. That’s when one of the two teams is most likely to score.

Why should you TV RedZone?
It’s very difficult to discern what’s going on in all the games out there at once. We are talking about nine games, of which 7 are usually played concurrently. NFL RedZone allows viewers to easily follow their favorite NFL teams week after week. Displaying NFL games will help you attract customers by attracting US tourists, students, etc. As an American living in Barcelona, I can say it’s refreshing to watch NFL games at the bar. Sunday night football makes me homesick and drives me to bars for a meal.

How can I get NFL RedZone?
RedZone is an extension of the NFL Network. To access RedZone you need to purchase an NFL Game Pass, which you can get for around €30 a year. If you’re having trouble finding a bar to watch the match, download Match the Bar! Available on Play Store and App Store. See you at the bar! Follow us on Twitter to stay up to date with the latest news!