NBC Sports


NBC Sports is the top video application for sports enthusiasts. On the app, you will be able to watch a wide range of sporting events, such as the Olympics, professional golf, the Premier League, the Tour de France, and thoroughbred horse races, to name a few. You can also watch the French Open, IndyCar Series, NASCAR, NFL, Notre Dame and Irish college football, and NASCAR. In addition, other programs created by independent producers, such as coverage of triathlons, can be seen on the network by way of NBC Sports. You have the option of live broadcasting in real time, or you can select to repeat the highlights from the past, which will be brought to you through a variety of camera perspectives to give you the best possible visual experience.


  • Live and in high definition are the following sporting events: NFL Sunday Night Football, PGA Tour, Premier League (soccer), NASCAR Monster Energy and Xfinity Series, French Open (tennis), and the Triple Crown (Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont).
  • On-demand video: You have the option to rewatch the entire match or only the highlights of it.
  • A timely reminder: The app will alert you when a new game video is available, ensuring that you don’t miss out on any of the exciting competitions.
  • Subtitle support: To make use of the app’s hidden subtitle, simply select the program that bears the “CC” emblem in the control panel of the player.

NBC Sports

Developer: NBCUniversal Media, LLC

Price: free

Rating: 4.8

Available Version: 8.7.0

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the NBC Sports app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


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Authentication by cable, satellite, telecom, or a live TV subscription that includes NBCSN is required in order to gain access to the live stream of any and all NBC sporting events that are broadcast on NBC and NBCSN. This service is provided to you at no additional cost; all you need to do is log in to NBC Sports with the same username and password that you use on the website of the provider.


It’s fine with me to pay a subscription for the service, just like I do for Netflix or HBO GO, but I think it’s a bit excessive for NBC to charge a separate cost for each sport or topic they cover. Instead of being unable to access any content despite being able to see it all, users should simply be required to pay a single cost that grants them complete access to all of the available media. I don’t think anyone at NBC actually uses the app because, a very long time ago, they would have wanted to place the option to easily rewind or fast forward either in 15-30 second increments, or/and in using the app on the phone or through the T.V. allow the viewer to see content while in NBC’s version of “scrolling” through content to find the spot you are looking for. I don’t think anyone actually uses the app because, a very long time ago, they Players from the good old days of VHS can rewind more easily. The viewer is required to sign in multiple times, therefore the very least that NBC could do would be to remember where the user is in their personal content when going from one channel to another on different devices. In the same way that Netflix will remember where you are in their content even if you are watching multiple episodes of the same show, NBC can have the app remember where I am in the material that I have narrowed down to just one game on both of my personal devices. I am thankful that NBC has provided me with the opportunity to watch Rugby in the United States, and I would like for this relationship to continue even though I would like for you (at NBC) to continue to improve the product’s functionality for your audience.