NFL+, The exclusive streaming video subscription service for American football's NFL, has added NFL Network and NFL Redzone for the 2023 season.

NFL Network includes live preseason games, live NFL regular season games, studio shows including Good Morning Football, NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning, and NFL Now, as well as series such as A Football Life, NFL 360, and America’s Games.

Available across devices in the United States, the league’s NFL+ premium service will show live local and primetime NFL games in addition to NFL RedZone and replays without adverts.

This year the service will cost $79.99 per year or $14.99 per month, which is a 50% increase from its previous $9.99 monthly price tag, while its standard NFL+ plan that doesn’t include RedZone costs $39.99 per year or $6.99 per month, an increase of 40%.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said: "We launched NFL+ last season to further grow our direct relationship with millions of fans.

"The response was excellent. And as we embark on the second season of NFL+, we are excited to add NFL Network and NFL RedZone and provide greater access to football content for NFL fans everywhere."

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The NFL also secured its first partnership across multiple European countries after striking a deal with German workwear and safety equipment firm Engelbert Strauss covering Germany and the UK this week.

Engelbert Strauss already has a deal with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, having agreed a multi-year regional partnership earlier this year.

The agreement designates Englebert Strauss as the official workwear of the team in Germany and an official regional partner.