The best value for streaming the Chicago Bears in 2021

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We’re just a few weeks away from the NFL’s regular season beginning. Don’t miss a single Chicago Bears snap in 2021-22 with this streaming guide.

Football is nearly back – for real. Sure, the preseason is great when we’ve all got NFL withdrawals, but soon the real action starts. Soon, we’ll be watching the Chicago Bears take on the Browns in Week One.

Things have been shaken up in the Windy City, with the drafting of Justin Fields. Over is the Mitch Trubisky Era and in is the Fields Era. The Bears gave up four draft picks to move up and nab the former Ohio State signal caller.

So there’s plenty on the shoulders of the rookie. Time will tell if he can handle it, but there’s an undeniable buzz in Chicago.

With a true number one receiver in Allen Robinson and a surging running back in David Montgomery (824 scrimmage yards after Thanksgiving last season), Fields will have plenty of help.

Below, you’ll find the complete season schedule and the best option for streaming the Bears throughout 2021-22.

And of course if you’re in need of some new gear, be sure to check out the new sideline apparel at Fanatics. 

The Schedule

Chicago begins the season in Los Angeles against the Rams and a new-look offense. Outside of the standard conference fare, the Bears have highlight matchups against the 49ers, Raiders, Browns, Steelers, Ravens and Seahawks in 2021-22.

The Bears’ regular season schedule looks like this:

Week 1

0. 57. NBC. Sunday, September 12. 7:20PM CDT. 0. 51.

Week 2

56. Sunday, September 19. 57. . 12PM CDT. 0. FOX. 0

Week 3

FOX. Sunday, September 26. 12PM CDT. 0. 57. 0. 53.

Week 4

FOX. Sunday, October 3. 0. 12PM CDT. 50. 57. . 0

Week 5

57. CBS. 0. 28. . 3:05PM CDT. 0. Sunday, October 10

Week 6

49. FOX. 57. . 12PM CDT. 0. Sunday, October 17. 0

Week 7

57. CBS. Sunday, October 24. 0. . 3:25PM CDT. 0. 48

Week 8

FOX. Sunday, October 31. 0. 12PM CDT. 0. 42. 57.

Week 9

ESPN. 0. 55. . 7:15PM CST. 0. 57. Monday, November 8

Week 10 – BYE WEEK

Week 11

. 0. 26. CBS. 57. 12PM CST. Sunday, November 21. 0

Week 12

Thursday, November 25. 0. 50. 0. 57. FOX. . 11:30AM CST

Week 13

0. 32. 0. . 57. 12PM CST. FOX. Sunday, December 5

Week 14

57. NBC. Sunday, December 12. 0. 0. 49. . 7:20PM CST

Week 15

. 0. ESPN. 0. 57. 7:15PM CST. 60. Monday, December 20

Week 16

57. 0. 36. 0. FOX. Sunday, December 26. . 3:05PM CST

Week 17

CBS. 12PM CST. 31. Sunday, January 2. 0. 57. . 0

Week 18

0. 60. . 12PM CST. 0. FOX. Sunday, January 9. 57

Streaming the Bears in 2021

As you can see from the schedule above, the Bears will make appearance on all the usual networks over the course of the season.

That makes finding a streaming service tricky, but lucky for you, fuboTV will make sure you don’t miss a single touchdown throughout the season.


fuboTV is probably the strongest option out there for fans. For just $64.99 per month you can order the Starter Plan, which gives you access to 106 channels, more than 100 events in full 4K resolution, 250 hours of cloud DVR space and three streaming screens at once.

According to this list – which was recently updated by fuboTV – you will have access to the CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX affiliates in the Kansas City area (WLS, WBBM, WFLD, WMAQ). But you can also check for yourself by entering in your zip code on fuboTV’s main page.

In addition to that, you’ll get mainstays like ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, NFL Network, FS1 and FS2.

Plus, you can cancel at any time for no fee whatsoever.

Check out fuboTV and start a 7-day free trial. 

Other Options

Paramount Plus: Gives you access to your local CBS station, allowing you to watch in-market CBS broadcasts of NFL games. Plans start at $4.99 per month. 

AT&T TV: Local channels available based on location. ESPN and ESPN2 available in certain packages. Plans start at $64.99 per month. 

Sling TV: Includes local channels, but ONLY when Sling TV is paired with an HD antenna. Multiple packages available, which include ESPN and NFL Network. Plans start at $30 per month. 

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