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The National Football League (NFL) which is the elite American football league in the USA and is payed on particular days and if you are familiar with the NFL, you would know about Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football and Sunday Night Football. Most of the NFL games are played on these particular days with the excepton of a few played on other days than these ones.

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What is Thursday Night Football?

Thursday Night Football or (TNF) is the branding used for broadcasts of NFL games which are broadcast primarily on Thursday nights beginning on week 2 of the regular season, it is important to note that during the later stages of the NFL season, some Thursday Night Football matches are played on Saturdays. As the name suggests, Thursday Night Football matches are played during the night and the usual kick off time is 8:25 p.m. Eastern Time (previously 8:20 p.m.
Thursday Night Football was started 15 years ago in the year 2006 and over the years, Thursday Night Football has grown in strength. In its initial stages, the telecasts were originally part of NFL Network’s Run to the Playoffs package, which consisted of 8 total games broadcast on Thursday and Saturday nights.
Thursday Night Football Broadcasting.
Up to the 2013 season, Thursday Night Football had a 13-game schedule exclusively on NFL Network, but from the 2014 and 2015 seasons, the TNF was expanded to 16 teams following a partnership with CBS partnered with NFL Network to present an expanded 16-game Thursday Night Football schedule. For the 2016 and 2017 seasons, NBC and CBS partnered with NFL Network to present Thursday Night Football with additional digital distribution via Twitter (2016 season) and Amazon (2017 season). In January 2018, it was announced FOX Sports would produce Thursday Night Football for the next five seasons with Amazon signing a two-year extension to their original deal. The NFL and Amazon first partnered on Thursday Night Football as part of a Tri-Cast distribution model during the 2017 season and will be apart of a strictly simulcast model starting in 2022, with FOX phasing out as a TNF provider.
Where to watch Thursday Night Football?
As the league is followed by millions of people not only in America but the whole world, most people watch the matches across several platforms because it is not possible for everyone to be in the stadium. You can watch Thursday Night Football through any service including the NFL Network or your local Fox station and there are also official sources where you can also stream. Below is a list of the official streaming sources of Thursday Night Football:
NFL Network.
Amazon Prime.