After 18 weeks of the regular season and what has been an incredible playoff series, only two teams remain in the hunt on the AFC vying for a place in the biggest game of them all: The Super Bowl.
Today, the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs will be facing off against the No. 1 seed in the AFC in the Baltimore Ravens. The two equally matched teams both share one common goal: win the game and advance to the Super Bowl to compete to become the latest team to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy into the air and being home a championship to their hometowns.
Fans won't want to miss a minute of the action and, thankfully there are countless ways to ensure you don't miss the chance to see the Chiefs and Ravens facing off in the AFC Championship matchup! Read on below to know all your TV and streaming options.
How to watch the Chiefs and Ravens game today on TV
This year's AFC Championship game will see the Chiefs and Ravens facing off in a can't-miss game that will be broadcast live on CBS affiliates across the US beginning at 3 p.m. ET. While the exact channel for the game will vary by your local market, you can enjoy the AFC Championship directly on TV via your cable provider or through your satellite TV.
Every year, it seems there are more and more options to watch the game! In addition to cable, you can watch the Chiefs and Ravens game through Fubo TV, DIRECTV, YouTube TV, Dish Network and Hulu + Live TV. We shared a breakdown of all the platforms offering CBS, and their respective packages below:
Prices and Packages
Hulu + Live TV Only: $75.99/month
America’s Top 120 $84.99/month
How to watch the AFC Championship on streaming
With the AFC Championship being broadcast on CBS, this means that the game will stream live on Paramount+ for those with active subscriptions. Just as fans tuning in live on TV, the stream on Paramount+ will include ads so don't be alarmed when commercials start playing during the breaks.
How to sign up for Paramount+
- Visit the Paramount+ sign up page
- Create an account by entering a username and a password
- Enter your chosen payment method
- Login to start watching!
The AFC Championship game is at M&T Bank Stadium
As the No. 1 seed team in the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens earned the right to host this year's AFC Championship game which will be held at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Jan. 28, 2024. This marks the first time in over 50 years that Baltimore hosted the AFC Championship game with the team having last hosted the game in 1971.
Last year, it was the Kansas City Chiefs who got to host the AFC Championship and the home team won the game.
Last 5 AFC Championship Game winners
Chiefs 23-20 Bengals (2023)
Bengals 27-24 Chiefs (2022)
Chiefs 38-24 Bills (2021)
Chiefs 35-24 Titans (2020)
Patriots 37-31 Chiefs (2019)
The Kansas City Chiefs have proved to be an unstoppable force in recent years making it to the last six AFC Championship Games including the 2024 game. Of those five apperances, the Chiefs have won the game three times, advancing to the Super Bowl and taking home two Super Bowl wins. Will this year bring yet another win for the Chiefs? Fans will have to tune in today to find out!