Raiders vs. Broncos: How to watch the division rivals square off on primetime

I don't need to emphasize how magnificent it is that we've reached the start of the regular season. The Oakland Raiders are just three days away from suiting up on Monday Night Football as they host the division-rival Denver Broncos at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, and the excitement continues to build around 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway.

The coaches and players are both eager to run out of the tunnel to the roar of Raider Nation, and your support is more than appreciated. For those of you unable to attend the home opener, there's still plenty of ways to catch the action; here's how to watch.

Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Monday, September 9
7:20 p.m. PDT

Brand new for 2019, watch the game in-market on Raiders.com (mobile devices) or on our official Raiders mobile app for users in the markets where the television broadcast is carried.

Click here for a full list of radio stations, call letters and frequencies for your location.

ONLINE (IN-MARKET):

Watch live local Raiders games and primetime NFL games on Yahoo Sports app or the official Raiders mobile app, free on your phone or tablet. Raiders games will also be streamed on raiders.com (mobile devices with location services on) and via the official Raiders mobile app for users in the markets where the television broadcast is carried. Please make sure to download the most recent version of our mobile app. To find the streams, visit the homepage of raiders.com on a mobile device each week or here is a direct link for Week 1 against the Denver Broncos.

Fans can also listen live in-market with the official Raiders mobile app or with this direct link that will be the same all season.

ONLINE (OUT-OF-MARKET):

Watch live with NFL Game Pass. Sign up for a 7-day trial.

If you are an out-of-market fan, you can listen live with a TuneIn Premium account here.

Go out to Raiders HQ for another day of practice in preparation for their home opener against the Broncos on ESPN's Monday Night Football.

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