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May 12, 2023
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LOS ANGELES – Following a storybook season that saw the network deliver the most-watched regular season game and most-watched Super Bowl on record, FOX Sports celebrates 30 seasons of televising award-winning NFL coverage with the unveiling of its comprehensive broadcast schedule for the 2023 NFL season.
FOX will be America’s home for the NFL’s biggest games across the 18-week slate with a regular season lineup that includes a league-high number of appearances from the Dallas Cowboys (9), New York Giants (9), Philadelphia Eagles (9) and San Francisco 49ers (9). The FOX NFL schedule includes at least 140 total appearances by NFC teams, and over 90% of FOX NFL games feature at least one NFC team, continuing the network’s long-standing tradition of presenting live-game coverage around teams in the biggest and most powerful markets.
“On the heels of an unprecedented year, which culminated in the most-watched Super Bowl ever, we’re thrilled to kickoff our 30th season of NFL coverage with a schedule that maintains our long-standing, traditional identity as home of the NFC and our industry’s most powerful markets,” said FOX Sports CEO and Executive Producer Eric Shanks. “As we enter our new deal with the NFL, and after a highly collaborative process with the league, we couldn’t be more excited to unveil this season’s upcoming slate of games on FOX.”
REGULAR SEASON KICKOFF
FOX Sports kicks off its 30th NFL season on Sunday, Sept. 10, with a thrilling doubleheader headlined by the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears in AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK – the No. 1 show in all of television the last 14 years and most-watched NFL window for the last 22 seasons.
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Click here to view and download the 2023 FOX NFL regular season broadcast schedule.
FOX NFL STUDIO COVERAGE
FOX NFL coverage begins each Sunday at 11:00 AM ET with FOX NFL KICKOFF followed by FOX NFL SUNDAY, America’s most-watched NFL pregame show since 1994, at 12:00 PM ET.
FOX NFL SUNDAY is the only NFL pregame show comprised entirely of Pro Football Hall of Fame analysts. The show and its full cast were inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2019.
Beyond televised network games, FOX Sports offers fans the ability to stream NFL games on the new FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com, where they can also consume scores, stats, standings, odds, plus a full suite of written and video content, including highlights plus analysis from FOX Sports’ unparalleled roster of expert personalities.
FOX Sports also serves fans through social media, where @NFLonFOX channels reach 8.2 million followers with custom, bespoke social content for platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.
FOX Deportes returns with dedicated Spanish-language coverage for select games including one preseason game, two regular season games on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, one NFC Wild Card Game, one NFC Divisional Game and the NFC Championship Game.
2022-23 FOX NFL WINS
FOX Sports’ last NFL broadcast — Super Bowl LVII in Arizona — finished as the most-watched Super Bowl in NFL history with an average audience of 115.1 million viewers, per Nielsen Media Research, across FOX, FOX Deportes and digital streaming services. The game saw the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles (38-35) in the final moments.
FOX Sports’ 2022 Thanksgiving Day game, which saw the Dallas Cowboys top the New York Giants (28-20), was the most-watched NFL regular season game on record with an average audience of 42.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research.
In accordance with the league’s flexible scheduling policy, this year’s FOX NFL broadcast schedule is subject to change.