Saturdays are for college football and there are a variety of options to make sure that you can see as many games as possible each week, including live streaming college football on ESPN Plus. The cable sports leader's streaming service includes college football as one of its highlight offerings.
Whether you've cut the cord and have opted to watch college football online exclusively or just want to be sure you don’t miss any of your favorite school's games, then ESPN Plus is an important service to have this college football season.
Here's everything that you need to know about how to sign up for ESPN Plus to start watching college football and what games are available on the sports streaming service.
How to watch college football on ESPN Plus
ESPN Plus is a subscription streaming service, so those who want to watch any of the live college football action it has is going to need to sign up. The good news is that ESPN Plus works on a wide variety of platforms, including on a computer, Apple or Android mobile device/tablet, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Vizio TV, Samsung TV, Android TV, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S | X, Chromecast and Xfinity.
While you can sign up for ESPN Plus as a standalone service, it can also be combined with Disney Plus and Hulu by signing up for the Disney Bundle, which provides all three streaming services for a single, discounted monthly fee. ESPN Plus is also included as a standard feature of Hulu with Live TV.
ESPN Plus is only available for US consumers.
College football games on ESPN Plus
There are no more college football games streaming on ESPN Plus for the 2022 college football season. Live games are expected to return for the 2023 college football season that'll kickoff in late August/early September.
However, while live college football game action is not available on ESPN Plus, subscribers can get exclusive content surrounding the College Football Playoff. Inside the College Football Playoff is an original series that shows behind the scenes content from all four of the participating teams (Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State and TCU) as they prepared for the games.
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