How to Stream 2023 NFL Frankfurt Games: Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed.

Matthew Fanizza
November 1, 2023

Get ready for an exciting face-off as the Miami Dolphins go head-to-head against the Kansas City Chiefs at Frankfurt Stadium in Frankfurt during Week 9 of the NFL season. Tune in to SiriusXM to catch all the action.

Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed on the SiriusXM app. Kickoff is November 5 at 9:30am ET.

Stream the Kansas City Chiefs broadcast (Ch. 815)

Stream the Miami Dolphins broadcast (Ch. 819)

Stream the National broadcast (Ch. 964)

Home: Kansas City Chiefs

  • Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has passed for 2,258 yards and 15 TDs this season. He’s aiming to maintain his impressive track record with a 75+ completion percentage and 90+ rating in 3 of his past 4 games.
  • Isaiah Pacheco has been consistent with 60+ scrimmage yards in 6 of the last 7 games, and Travis Kelce continues to dominate with 54 catches and 583 receiving yards this season.
  • On the defensive front, Chris Jones, Michael Danna, and George Karlaftis are determined to disrupt the Dolphins’ offensive rhythm. Linebacker Drue Tranquill, who led the team with 11 tackles and had a sack and forced fumble in Week 8, looks to make his presence felt in this high-stakes matchup.

Kansas City Chiefs Home Feed

SiriusXM channel 228 in your vehicle

Channel 815 on the SiriusXM App

Miami Dolphins Away Feed

SiriusXM channel 391 in your vehicle

Channel 819 on the SiriusXM App

National Feed

SiriusXM channel 227 in your vehicle

Channel 964 via on the SiriusXM App

Away: Miami Dolphins

  • Miami is leading the NFL in total offense with 453.3 yards per game and scoring offense with an impressive 33.9 points per game.
  • Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had a season-high completion rate of 66.7% last week. He threw for 324 yards and 3 TDs, securing his third game this season with 300+ passing yards and 3+ TD passes.
  • Running back Raheem Mostert has notched his 10th rush TD of the season in Week 8. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill continues to shine, with 1,014 receiving yards and 8 TDs this season, becoming the first player in 62 years to achieve 1,000+ receiving yards in his team’s first 8 games.

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