Apart from the Super Bowl, the other most popular National Football League (NFL) annual event is the Pro Bowl. The Pro Bowl is the NFL’s all-star game and is played between a team of the top players each from the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The Pro Bowl is held once each year to the excitement of tens of millions of football fans in the US and around the world.
The Pro Bowl 2020 is set to be the all-star game for the NFL’s 2019 season. The voting for the AFL and NFL team players began on 12th November 2019 and ended on 12th December 2019 when the final roster was released on the 17th of December, 2019.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh was selected to train the AFC team while the Seattle Seahawks veteran Pete Carroll has will train the AFC side.
When & Where is Pro Bowl 2020
The Pro Bowl 2020 is scheduled to be played on 26th January 2020 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The all-star Pro Bowl 2020 game will begin at 3:00 PM (EST). The exciting match will be supervised by referee Craig Wrolstad.
How to Watch Pro Bowl 2020 Live Stream
Come 26th January, tens of millions of football fans from the USA and other parts of the globe will be glued to their TV sets to catch the excitement of the Pro Bowl 2020 game at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium in Florida.
As is the norm, the NFL has released live TV broadcasting rights to its official TV partners as per the agreement. If you are a football fan in the US and want to watch the thrilling Pro Bowl 2020 game, then check out the list of the official TV broadcasters for the match for your region.
ESPN is the official TV broadcasting partner for airing the Pro Bowl 2020 match live to its subscribers across the US. Hence, if you want to watch the impressive A-list athletes battle it out in the annual all-star game, then make sure to be subscribed to ESPN.
Spanish-speaking football fans can watch the thrilling and exciting all-star NFL Pro Bowl 2020 game live on their TV sets with ESPN Deportes. Make sure you are subscribed to ESPN Deportes for the live broadcast in Spanish commentary from top Hispanic sports hosts and experts throughout the game.
Football fans in the US can also catch their favorite football players compete for the coveted Pro Bowl 2020 game live on their TV sets on ABC. The network provides live TV broadcast of the Pro Bowl 2020 win collaboration with ESPN.
Disney, the popular Walt Disney Inc. channel also airs the thrilling Pro Bowl game to the younger audience. If you are not subscribed to ESPN or ABC, then you can also watch the Pro Bowl 2020 live broadcast on your TV sets if you are subscribed to Disney XD.
Live Pro Bowl Reddit Streams Online
If you are among the thousands of sports fans who are cord-cutting to avoid the expense of cable and satellite TV or simply prefer to watch your favorite sporting events on your smartphone, tablet phones, laptops or desktops, then there are several options for you to watch the upcoming exciting Pro Bowl game live on Reddit.
In case you do not use Reddit, it is highly recommended to visit and check out this impressive and enormous online community platform which offers an impressive array of content on every topic under the sun.
Here are the simple steps to enjoy live Pro Bowl Reddit stream online:
- Create/Log in to Reddit account
- In the search bar at the top of your Reddit screen, type “NFL Pro Bowl 2020 live stream” and hit Enter
- Alternatively, you can also search for “NFL Pro Bowl 2020 Reddit streams” on Google and will get the same results
- Choose the best and most reliable links for the NFL Pro Bowl sub-Reddit
- Click on the Pro Bowl 2020 live stream link of your choice from the list
- Select the NFL Pro Bowl 2020 live stream which features “no ads” and enjoy an uninterrupted live broadcast of the Pro Bowl 2020 on your internet device
List of Announcers for Pro Bowl 2020
As ESPN holds the official rights to broadcast the 2020 Pro Bowl live to TV and online viewers through its selected broadcasting affiliates and partners, the announcers for the NFL’s Pro Bowl 2020 game are popular and expert football announcers this year.
For the Pro Bowl 2020, the veteran announcer will offer the play-by-play commentary, while Booger McFarland, the veteran host will be the color commentator and sideline reports will be announced by popular sports journalist Lisa Salters.
Pro Bowl 2020 Radio Coverage in the USA
If you are old-school and enjoy the nostalgia of listening to the exciting play-by-play commentary of the thrilling all-star Pro Bowl game on the radio, then there are several choices for you. Simply kick back and tune into any one of the below radio networks for the live Pro Bowl 2020 radio coverage in the USA:
Tune into the America-wide popular FM network, Westwood One or any of its affiliates across the country to catch the thrilling play-by-play commentary of the Pro Bowl 2020 next week.
SiriusXM also offers its listeners with an impressive live radio broadcast of the Pro Bowl. If you wish to listen in to the exciting match in Orlando, simply tune in to the SiriusXM NFL Radio Channel 88 on the 26th of January, 2020.
NFL Game Pass
The NFL also offers its tens of thousands of fans with the live radio coverage of the Pro Bowl match. So, if you are planning to enjoy listening in to the live play-by-play account of the Pro Bowl 2020, then simply log on to NFL.com and sign-up to the NFL Game Pass now to enjoy unlimited football matches and events on your internet devices.
If you are a smartphone user who enjoys listening to radio broadcasts then you can catch the entire radio coverage for the upcoming Pro Bowl 2020 game with the official NFL app too.
In addition, the extremely globally popular online radio channel, Tunein also offers its listeners with live radio coverage of the Pro Bowl game. Simply subscribe to TuneIn Premium for just USD $9.99 per month after the free 7-days trial period and get access to not only the live radio broadcast of the Pro Bowl 2020 but also enjoy over 100,000 regional, national and global radio stations including the best from the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL events.