I bet you’re wondering whether to attend the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) 2019 or not? When you have the option of catching up to all events at the comfort of your home. All in all, the final decision lies with your mind and what you really want.
That being said, if you want to enjoy and have the ultimate experience, I urge you to attend the NFR event. However, if you have a tight schedule or you can’t make it to Las Vegas, then the only choice left is to live stream the 2019 Wrangler NFR.
Before we get into how or where to NFR Live Stream, let’s answer some common questions from rodeo fans all over the globe.
Where will the Wrangler NFR be held?
The NFR events will be taking place at the Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, and runs from 5th to 14th December 2019. Las Vegas has been the home of the sport of rodeo for the past 30 plus years.
2019 will be the 35th anniversary of watching the 10-day long amazing events where the top 15 contestants compete for the coveted title of World champion and prize money amounting to 10 million dollars.
What TV Channel will air the NFR?
CBS Sports Network will air all of the NFR’s main performances during the 10-day period, and you can check the schedule as well as the start times from the NFR official website.
5 Ways of live streaming the NFR 2019
- CBS Sports Network – You may be required to pay a subscription to access the official channel for the Wrangler NFR.
- Pro Rodeo TV – With a $79.99 annually subscription, you can access the NFR live streaming and regular-season highlights at the comfort of your home.
- Wrangler Network- The network was officially introduced the other day in 2014, and it’s the best place for watching NFR Rodeo live stream. You can even watch the previous year’s NFR events and stay keen on upcoming highlights and statistics.
- FloRodeo – Here, you can watch every second of the Wrangler NFR and get all the details on all the exciting events, start times, and contestants’ rosters.
- The Cowboys Channel – You can head there to watch some highlights on NFR, but we expect the channel to be fully functional by the beginning of 2020.
If it’s impossible or hard to attend the NFR event, then you can live stream at the comfort of your home, whether you’re a United States viewer or international viewer. Also, check social media accounts live stream, and you might watch a glance at the Wrangler NFR.