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NFL 2023 season live on Sky Sports: Los Angeles Chargers to face Minnesota Vikings in Week Three

Watch the Los Angeles Chargers take on the Minnesota Vikings live on Sky Sports NFL this Sunday, with coverage from 5pm ahead of kickoff at 6pm; the Chicago Bears then face the Kansas City Chiefs in the 9.25pm kickoff ahead of Pittsburgh Steelers at Las Vegas Raiders

NFL Week Three live on Sky!
Image: NFL Week Three live on Sky!

The UK's NFL fans have spoken! Following a vote, Week Three will now see the Los Angeles Chargers take on the Minnesota Vikings live on Sky Sports this Sunday.

Coverage begins at 5pm on Sky Sports NFL ahead of kickoff at 6pm as the Chargers and Vikings both seek their first wins of the campaign following 0-2 starts.

The Kansas City Chiefs will then meet the Chicago Bears in the 9.25pm kickoff, before the Pittsburgh Steelers are on the road against the Las Vegas Raiders.

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Highlights of the Kansas City Chiefs against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.

Week 3:

Thursday Night Football:

  • (22/09 @1:20am) - New York Giants @ San Francisco 49ers - Sky Sports NFL & Sky Sports Main Event

Sky Sports Sunday Exclusive:

  • (24/09 @ 6pm) - Los Angeles Chargers @ Minnesota Vikings - Sky Sports NFL & 7pm join Sky Sports Main Event
  • (24/09 @ 9:25pm) Chicago Bears @ Kansas City Chiefs - Sky Sports NFL & Sky Sports Main Event

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Sunday Night Football:

  • (25/09 @ 1:20am) - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Las Vegas Raiders - Sky Sports NFL & Sky Sports Main Event

Monday Night Football:

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  • (26/09 @ 12:15am) - Philadelphia Eagles @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Sky Sports NFL & Sky Sports Main Event
  • (26/09 @ 1:15am) - Los Angeles Rams @ Cincinnati Bengals - Sky Sports Arena & Sky Sports Mix

How to follow the 2023 NFL season

NFL Week 1-3 live on Sky
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Live on Sky Sports

Make sure you tune in to Sky Sports NFL every Sunday at 6pm for the first game of our triple-header of live action. The evening's entertainment also includes NFL Redzone action as hosted by Scott Hanson, as well as Sunday Night Football to round off the night.

Sky Sports will broadcast two exclusive live games every Sunday throughout the regular season in the 6pm and 9.25pm slots, while also showing every Thursday Night, Sunday Night and Monday Night match-up as well as the Thanksgiving and Christmas Day fixtures.

Fans can also watch every minute of the playoffs across January, followed by Super Bowl LVIII at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 11.

On the road again!

The Sky Sports NFL team are leaving the comfort of Sky Studios to take the show on the road again this season.

Neil Reynolds will lead an extended build-up show live from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 15 as Lamar Jackson's Baltimore Ravens take on the Tennessee Titans in the third of three London games this year.

It is then off to Germany, where we will broadcast live from Frankfurt as the Dolphins take on the Chiefs and the Indianapolis Colts face the New England Patriots on November 5 and 12, respectively.

2023 NFL International Games schedule

Date Matchup Location
October 1 (Week 4) Atlanta Falcons vs Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium
October 8 (Week 5) Jacksonville Jaguars vs Buffalo Bills Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
October 15 (Week 6) Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
November 5 (Week 9) Miami Dolphins vs Kansas City Chiefs Frankfurt Stadium
November 12 (Week 10) Indianapolis Colts vs New England Patriots Frankfurt Stadium

What else?

The dedicated Sky Sports NFL channel will meanwhile continue to show the usual NFL Network favourites, including Good Morning Football, Pro Football Talk, Total Access, NFL Fantasy Live and America's Game.

Neil Reynolds will be back to present his regular Inside the Huddle podcast, while Hannah Wilkes brings you exclusive interviews with the leading ladies of the NFL through Her Huddle.

Digital and Social

Throughout the season at, we will have previews and reports for every live game, a rolling blog to accompany Sunday's busy 6pm slate, where you can catch the best of the action if you are out and about.

Stick with us for the best feature and preview content as well as the verdict from our host of experts as our line-up of pundits and guests ensure all the talking points are covered.

And follow us on Twitter @SkySportsNFL where we want you to join in the conversation with your thoughts, comments and feedback through the season.

Week Three begins Thursday night with the New York Giants at the San Francisco 49ers from 1.15am in the early hours of Friday; watch the Chicago Bears at the Kansas City Chiefs from 9.25pm on Sunday, live on Sky Sports NFL. Stream with NOW.

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