How to Watch Football at Walt Disney World for November 7-13

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Every week here at TouringPlans, we update our readers on which NFL and college games are showing in the Orlando market on the Walt Disney World television system. This means these games will be available in resort hotel rooms, lobby and pool bars, and other locations around property. While some other venues with a sports bar tilt will show additional games, they are few and far between on property. Games are also shown free with an advance reservation and $10 food purchase at AMC Cinemas at Disney Springs. These listings are updated over the weekend.

We have a few changes to the schedule this week. With the end of baseball, college games are now starting on Tuesday and Wednesday nights so the dates for the schedule have been adjusted accordingly. With their one win of the season, the NFL has decided that Orlando gets to see the Dolphins again so they’ve been added to the Sunday schedule at 4:05, replacing our projected Chiefs/Titans game at 1. If you think you can avoid this unfortunate fate by connecting a Roku, Fire Stick, or other device in your hotel room to watch the game from home, think again. Regional NFL blackout rules and cable systems will still put a stop to this. I suppose you could, however, DVR the game at home and watch using your streaming device after it is over (like, say, AFTER a day at the parks instead of skipping touring to watch live). Just make sure your cable system and streaming platform support such an option before leaving home.

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All times EST. Games and listings subject to change.



Thursday, November 7

Los Angeles Chargers @ Oakland Raiders, 8:20 PM, FOX

Sunday, November 10

Arizona Cardinals @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1:00 PM, FOX

Miami Dolphins @ Indianapolis Colts, 4:05 PM, CBS

Carolina Panthers @ Green Bay Packers, 4:25 PM, FOX

Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys, 8:20 PM, NBC

Monday, November 11

Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers, 8:15 PM, ESPN

AMC Dine-In Theaters Fork & Screen Disney Springs

Buffalo Bills @ Cleveland Browns, 1:00 PM

New York Giants @ New York Jets, 1:00 PM

Los Angeles Rams @ Pittsburgh Steelers, 4:25 PM



Thursday, November 7

7:30 PM

Louisiana Lafayette @ Coastal Carolina, ESPNU

8:00 PM

Temple @ USF, ESPN

Friday, November 8

7:00 PM

UCF @ Tulsa, ESPN2

Saturday, November 9

12:00 PM

Penn State @ Minnesota, ABC

Maryland @ Ohio State, FOX

Vanderbilt @ Florida, ESPN

Texas Tech @ West Virginia, ESPN2

East Carolina @ SMU, ESPNU

UMass @ Army, CBS Sports

3:30 PM

USC @ Arizona State, ABC

LSU @ Alabama, CBS

Kansas State @ Texas, ESPN

Louisville @ Miami (FL), ESPN2

Dartmouth vs. Princeton, ESPNU

UConn @ Cincinnati, CBS Sports

UAB @ So Miss, NFL Network


Iowa @ Wisconsin, FOX

7:00 PM

Missouri @ Georgia, ESPN

Appalachian State @ South Carolina, ESPN2

Liberty @ BYU, ESPNU

Utah State @ Fresno State, CBS Sports

7:30 PM

Clemson @ NC State, ABC


Iowa State @ Oklahoma, FOX

10:00 PM

BYU @ Utah State, ESPN2

10:00 PM

Wyoming @ Boise State, ESPN

10:30 PM

Nevada @ San Diego State, ESPN2

Tuesday, November 12

7:30 PM

Western Michigan @ Ohio, ESPN2

8:00 PM

Eastern Michigan @ Akron, ESPNU




Projected Listings – Week of November 14-20

Thursday, November 14

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns, 8:20 PM, FOX

Sunday, November 19

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 PM, CBS

New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1:00 PM, FOX *

New England Patriots @ Philadelphia Eagles, 4:25 PM, CBS

Chicago Bears @ Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 PM, NBC

Monday, November 20

Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Chargers, 8:15 PM, ESPN

[ * Projection; game TBA ]

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Neil Trama

Neil is a radio and podcast host from Scranton, PA. He's a husband of one and father of two (one human; one dog.) When not visiting Walt Disney World he can be found at home drinking craft beers, eating pizza, and watching old school pro wrestling.

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