FOX Sports Unveils Marquee 2024 NFL Regular Season Broadcast Schedule Kicking off Road to Super Bowl LIX – Fox Sports Press Pass

FOX Sports Unveils Marquee 2024 NFL Regular Season Broadcast Schedule Kicking off Road to Super Bowl LIX – Fox Sports Press Pass

FOX NFL Adds New Holiday-Season Game to Unrivaled Regular Season Slate Saturday, December 21st When the Baltimore Ravens Host the Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 1 Opens with Exclusive Doubleheader Featuring Tom Brady’s Broadcast  Debut in AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK Showdown Between the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns

FOX NFL Lands First Super Bowl Rematch in Network History in Week 7, When the San Francisco 49ers Host the Kansas City Chiefs in AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK 

FOX Sports Goes Marching into Network’s 11th Super Bowl Broadcast with Super Bowl LIX in New Orleans  

LOS ANGELES – Following a celebrated 30th season of presenting award-winning NFL coverage and entering a supercharged year that will culminate on FOX with Super Bowl LIX live from New Orleans on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2025, FOX Sports today announces its broadcast schedule for the 2024 NFL regular season.

FOX Sports’ highly anticipated 31st season kicks off Sunday, Sept. 8, with an exclusive doubleheader and new lead broadcast team featuring returning FOX NFL play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt alongside seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady in his analyst debut. Burkhardt and Brady are joined by veteran reporters Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi on the call for Dallas Cowboys at Cleveland Browns in AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK.

For the first time in FOX Sports history, AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK will showcase a rematch of Super Bowl opponents when the San Francisco 49ers host the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7. Last season, AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK attracted its largest audience since 2015 and ranked as the No. 1 program in all of television for the 15th straight year among Adults 18-49, per Nielsen Media Research.

FOX’s fully loaded 18-week slate across the 2024 regular season features appearances from a powerhouse lineup of NFC teams, including the Dallas Cowboys (9), San Francisco 49ers (8), Detroit Lions (8), Philadelphia Eagles (8), Green Bay Packers (8) and New York Giants (8).

Super Bowl LIX marks FOX’s  11th broadcast of the NFL’s big game – more than any other network in the last 30 years – and arrives two years after FOX Sports’ critically acclaimed presentation of Super Bowl LVII in Arizona, where the Kansas City Chiefs topped the Philadelphia Eagles (38–35) in the game’s final moments.


  • Dallas Cowboys at Cleveland Browns (Week 1)
  • Baltimore Ravens at Dallas Cowboys (Week 3)
  • Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys (Week 6)
  • Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers – Super Bowl LVIII Rematch (Week 7)
  • Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (Week 9)
  • San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers (Week 12)
  • Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (Week 17)

FOX NFL 2024 Regular Season Highlights:

  • FOX NFL’s unrivaled slate of regular season games gets even bigger with a new game on Saturday, Dec. 21, when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at 4:30 PM ET.
  • Thanksgiving Day football and the NFL’s annual “John Madden Thanksgiving Celebration” return Thursday, Nov. 28, at 4:30 PM ET on FOX and FOX Deportes when the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants. FOX Sports’ 2022 Thanksgiving Day game – its last featuring the two franchises and which saw the Cowboys beat the Giants (28-20), stands as the most-watched NFL regular season game on record with an average audience of 42.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research.
  • FOX’s time-honored tradition of anchoring FOX NFL SUNDAY from a military installation on Veterans Day weekend continues this year on Sunday, Nov. 10. This year’s show will be hosted from Naval Base San Diego, the world’s second largest surface ship naval base, and feature the FOX NFL SUNDAY cast participating in special trainings with U.S. Navy SEALs.

Click here to view and download the 2024 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 features the only NFL pregame show desk 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 FOX Sports app and, where they can also consume scores, stats, standings and odds, plus a full suite of written and video content, including highlights and analysis from FOX Sports’ unparalleled roster of expert personalities.

FOX Sports also serves fans through social media, where @NFLonFOX channels reach over 10.2 million followers with custom, bespoke social content for platforms like Facebook, X, Instagram and TikTok. THE NFL ON FOX PODCAST, available on the FOX Sports app, YouTube, Spotify, Apple and wherever podcasts are consumed, delivers a one-of-a-kind digital experience, with new episodes dropping four days a week, melding together the iconic FOX cast of on-air talent and NFL legends.


FOX Deportes returns with dedicated Spanish-language NFL coverage throughout the season and is scheduled to air select games beginning with one preseason game and four regular season games including New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Oct. 20, Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens on Saturday, Dec. 21, and Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Dec. 29.  The network’s playoff slate includes one NFC Wild Card Game, one NFC Divisional Game, the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LIX.


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

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