Chiefs vs. Raiders: How to Watch and Listen

Here’s how to catch the game on Sunday afternoon

The Kansas City Chiefs return to action on Sunday afternoon to take on the Oakland Raiders at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Here's how to catch the game.

Game Time

Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019 at 3:05 pm CT on CBS


Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, Calif.


High: 73° | Low: 62°

Series History

• This week's matchup will mark the 118th meeting between the Chiefs and Raiders. It's the first time the two teams have played against one another in September since 2009.

• Kansas City owns a 63-52-2 advantage in the all-time series against Oakland and a 21-20-1 lead in games played at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

• The Chiefs have won eight of their last nine meetings with the Raiders. Head Coach Andy Reid is 11-4 in his career against the silver and black.

For more information on the matchup, check out the Game Preview.

TV Coverage


Play-by-Play: Jim Nantz

Color: Tony Romo

Sideline: Tracy Wolfson

Field Pass LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the Chiefs Mobile App Pre-Game

Chiefs Reporter BJ Kissel, former Chiefs' linebacker Shawn Barber, Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus, former Chiefs' longsnapper Kendall Gammon and Chiefs Reporter Matt McMullen will break down the game on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the Chiefs Mobile App beginning at 2:20 p.m. CT.

Chiefs Rewind LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the Chiefs Mobile App Post-Game

Holthus and Barber host the Chiefs' post-game show to break down everything that went down immediately following the game.


Chiefs FOX Football Radio Network KCFX (101.1 FM)

Play-by-Play: Mitch Holthus

Color: Kendall Gammon

Sideline: BJ Kissel

Spanish Radio Broadcast | Tico Sports La Mega 1160 AM / 100.5 FM

Play-by-Play: Enrique Morales

Color: Oscar Monterroso

Sideline: Hannah Bassham

Chiefs Pregame & Postgame Show KCFX (101.1 FM)

Hosts: Art Hains and Dan Israel

Social Media

Be sure to follow the Chiefs on Twitter for live game day updates, videos and behind-the-scenes photos: