Unrivaled Schedule Showcases Two Wild Card Games, Two Divisional Games, the NFC Championship and Super Bowl LVII
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LOS ANGELES – In anticipation of its most comprehensive fall sports calendar to date, FOX Sports today announces its marquee broadcast schedule for the 2022 NFL season, which culminates in an exclusive presentation of Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Super Bowl LVII marks the network’s 10th all-time presentation of the NFL’s grand finale – more than any other network in the last 26 years – and helps establish a new NFL playoff benchmark as FOX’s unrivaled postseason schedule features more games than any other broadcaster since the 1982-83 season. FOX will be the first network in 40 years to carry two Wild Card Playoff Games, two NFC Divisional Playoff Games, the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LVII.

Regular Season Kickoff
FOX Sports kicks off its 29th season of NFL coverage on Sunday, Sept. 11, with a must-see doubleheader featuring the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings in AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK – the No. 1 show in all of television for the last 13 years and most-watched NFL window for the last 21 seasons.


  • Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Week 3)
  • Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams (Week 5)
  • Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers (Week 7)
  • Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers (Week 10)
  • Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Chiefs (Week 12)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers (Week 14)
  • Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (Week 16)

With a stacked 18-week slate of games, FOX NFL’s robust regular season lineup features nine appearances from the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, and eight appearances each from the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

FOX NFL 2022 Regular Season Highlights:

  • FOX’s long-standing tradition of broadcasting from a military installation on Veterans Day weekend continues this year when the Dallas Cowboys battle the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Nov. 13. The military base from which FOX NFL KICKOFF and FOX NFL SUNDAY will originate will be revealed at a future date.
  • FOX NFL’s traditional Thanksgiving Day coverage returns on Thursday, Nov. 26, at 4:30 PM ET with a tasty matchup of NFC rivals in the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys.
  • For the third consecutive year, FOX delivers the gift of football on Christmas Day, Sunday, Dec. 25, when the Green Bay Packers take on the Miami Dolphins. Packers vs. Dolphins on FOX kicks off the NFL Christmas Day schedule with a 1:00 PM ET start.

Click here to view and download the 2022 FOX NFL regular season broadcast schedule.

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.

FOX Deportes returns with Spanish-language coverage for select games including one preseason game, two regular season games on Thanksgiving and Christmas, two Wild Card Games, two NFC Divisional Games, the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LVII.

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 ‘NFL on FOX’ channels serve 5.5 million followers with custom, bespoke social content for platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and in time for the coming season, TikTok.


FOX Sports last broadcast the NFL’s championship game at Super Bowl LIV in Miami. The game, which saw the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers (31-20), delivered an average audience of 102.1 million across FOX and FOX Deportes.

In accordance with the league’s flexible scheduling policy, this year’s FOX NFL broadcast schedule is subject to change.


About FOX Sports
FOX Sports is the umbrella entity representing FOX Corporation’s wide array of multi-platform US-based sports assets. Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, the business has ownership and interests in linear television networks, digital and mobile programming, broadband platforms, multiple web sites, joint-venture businesses and several licensing relationships. FOX Sports includes the sports television arm of the FOX Network; FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Deportes. FOX Sports’ digital properties include FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports App, which provides live streaming video of FOX Sports content, instant scores, stats and alerts to iOS and Android devices. Additionally, FOX Sports and social broadcasting platform Caffeine jointly own Caffeine Studios which creates exclusive eSports, sports and live entertainment content. Also included in FOX Sports’ portfolio are FOX’s interests in joint-venture business Big Ten Network, a licensing and commercial relationship with The Stars Group that created the FOX Bet sports betting platform and the FOX Bet Super 6 free-to-play game, as well as a licensing agreement that established the FOX Sports Radio Network.