How to Watch ‘Baltimore Ravens’ Without Cable in 2020: Schedule, Channels, Live Stream

By Gabriela Vatu / September 25, 2020

The Baltimore Ravens are back on the field, as the NFL season is underway. We want to watch the Baltimore Ravens online, so let's see exactly how we can enjoy them all.

The Baltimore Ravens appeared back in 1996, which makes them one of the youngest teams in the NFL. They are part of the American Football Conference, the North Division, and they play their home games at the MNP Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

The team has been quite successful even though they are so young, and they've managed to win the Super Bowl on two occasions: in 2000 and 2012. They've also been in the Playoffs on a dozen occasions.

The NFL season started on September 10th and will last through January 3rd. The Playoffs are next and will continue with the Pro Bowl on January 31st and the Super Bowl on February 7th.

We're going to dive into the Baltimore Ravens schedule and how we can all watch the games, as well as how you can keep up with the team from abroad.

What's the Schedule for the Baltimore Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens have a full schedule this year, and they're going to face their biggest competitors on several rounds. You can check below and see exactly when they're playing and whom they're playing against, as well as what channels you can watch the games on.

Baltimore Ravens 2020 Schedule
Week Date Time (ET) Competitor Channel
1 September 13 1:00 PM Cleveland Browns ESPN
2 September 20 4:25 PM Houston Texans CBS
3 September 28 8:15 PM Kansas City Chiefs ESPN
4 October 4 1:00 PM Washington Football team CBS
5 October 11 1:00 PM Cincinnati Bengals CBS
6 October 18 1:00 PM Philadelphia Eagles CBS
7 October 25 1:00 PM Pittsburgh Steelers CBS
9 November 8 1:00 PM Indianapolis Colts CBS
10 November 15 8:20 PM New England Patriots NBC
11 November 22 1:00 PM Tennessee Titans CBS
12 November 26 8:20 PM Pittsburgh Steelers NBC
13 December 3 8:20 PM Dallas Cowboys Fox
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14 December 14 8:15 PM Cleveland Browns ESPN
15 December 20 1:00 PM Jacksonville Jaguars CBS
16 December 27 1:00 PM New York Giants Fox
17 January 3 1:00 PM Cincinnati Bengals CBS

What Channels Can I Watch the Baltimore Ravens on?

The games of the Baltimore Ravens are covered by multiple networks, including CBS, Fox, ESPN, NFL Network, and NBC.

How Can I Live Stream the Baltimore Ravens?

If you want to keep up with the Baltimore Ravens in this new season, you have quite a few options to watch the whole thing online because there are now multiple live TV platforms that will help you enjoy all the games in this manner. fuboTV is a great service that has a single bundle of networks where you will easily find CBS, Fox, ESPN, NBC, and the NFL Network.

The main bundle we were just discussing is featured in several plans that include extra channel packs and premium networks, as well as add-ons. You can pick whichever one you like best and start from there, especially since they offer discounts. You can also customize the experience yourself by adding extra channel packs and premium networks to your account, depending on your preferences.

fuboTV works on loads of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, for TV, Chromecast, Roku, and many others.

fuboTV is a great service - especially since they have so many sports networks - but you can cheer for the Baltimore Ravens using other online TV services as well.

Hulu is an excellent service that comes with a single bundle of networks where you will find NBC, CBS, Fox, and ESPN, but no NFL Network. Sling TV also has Fox and NBC in the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles, while the ESPN channels are up in the Orange and Orange + Blue bundles. The NFL Network and CBS are not part of the channels offered by Sling TV, but you can get a few perks if you take advantage of one of the offers that Sling TV has.

NBC, CBS, and Fox are available in select markets only, so they won't be available to you if you live in some regions of the United States. If you have any issues with them, use a VPN and connect to a server in a different city, so you appear to be there instead and access all the channels available in that area in particular. Click here to find out more about how you can make the VPNs work.

How Can I Watch the Baltimore Ravens in Canada?

The Baltimore Ravens can be followed by Canadian fans as well because the NFL Game Pass will help you enjoy games both on-demand and live. You can get the NFL Game Pass through DAZN, so you should go ahead and get that subscription.

How Can I Watch the Baltimore Ravens in the United Kingdom?

You have multiple ways to follow the NFL season in the United Kingdom, including the Baltimore Ravens games. BBC and Channel 5 offer weekly coverage, but the Sky Sports NFL is where you'll get all the games. You will be able to watch the Monday Night Football events, Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, Sunday Afternoon games, the Playoffs, the Pro Bowl, and the Super Bowl.

The NFL Game Pass is also rather helpful in the United Kingdom. For a price of 143.99 GBP, the NFL gives you access to all the games, both live and on-demand, plus a lot of other content as well.

How Can I Watch the Baltimore Ravens With an NFL Game Pass?

In the United States, the NFL Game Pass is sadly not as efficient as it is in other countries. Since so many networks cover the NFL season, it's not going to offer you live streams of the games. Instead, you'll be able to stream them as soon as the game ends on the main network that has the rights for it.

The subscription costs $99.99 per year or $29.99 for three months, depending on which one you prefer. There are NFL Game Pass apps for various devices, including smartphones and tablets running on Android and iOS, smart TVs, gaming consoles, and more.

Related: Learn How to Watch Blackout NFL Games

How Can I Watch the Baltimore Ravens From Anywhere?

Live TV platforms and streaming services from the United States and pretty much anywhere else in the world have a few things in common, including the fact that they are all geo-blocked (blocked outside the country they were created in). This applies to the live TV services we've been talking about, including from the United States, as well as the NFL Game Pass from various countries.

A VPN can help route your internet connection through a foreign server and assign a new IP address to your device. Similarly, it can come in handy if you need to find the likes of Fox or NBC in a different city in the United States, as you simply need to connect to a server from a different city. Also, in the event of an NFL game Blackout, the same VPN will come in handy.

We recommend you use ExpressVPN, which is a great tool that has thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features - so it will be particularly useful in protecting your privacy. You simply need to subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% OFF), get the apps for your device, and find the server in the United States that you can connect to. Once the connection is established, you can go ahead and launch fuboTV so you can start watching the games or pretty much any other platform you've chosen to subscribe to.

ExpressVPN has a 30-day money-back guarantee policy, so if you have any problems, it's possible to ask for a refund within that time frame. Give our experience with the service, we don't think that's going to be the case, but you do have the option, in any event.

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