College Football is referred to as American or Canadian football that is organized by National Collegiate Athletic Association. Moreover, it is considered the second tier of the American or Canadian football league. During this season, all the football enthusiasts would be waiting to watch the game. The regular season would start around August 27th and will probably end on December 10. Fortunately, we can watch the College Football league on our Roku device. And several other streaming platforms on Roku devices also have the option to stream College Football League.
Which Channels Airs College Football?
You can stream College Football on channels like ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN+, ESPN, ESPN2, Big Ten Network, Pac-12 Network, some regional sports networks, and more.
How to Watch College Football on Roku
You can stream College Football on Roku without cable by using streaming television services like:
- Sling TV
- Hulu + Live TV
- DirecTV Stream
- YouTube TV
When it comes to sports, FuboTV is the one to go for, as it is a streaming television service with more emphasis on sports. It has the most number of sports channels compared with other streaming services. It has channels like ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, ACC, BTN, and more. You can also subscribe to the ‘Sports Plus‘ add-on and stream College sports. FuboTV has different plans for you to choose from, the plans are:
|Plan||Number of Channels||Cloud DVR Storage||Sports Plus||Price|
|Pro||146 channels||1000 hours||No||$69.99 per month|
|Elite||205 channels||1000 hours||No||$79.99 per month|
|Ultimate||244 channels||1000 hours||Yes||$99.99 per month|
2. Sling TV
Sling TV is the most economical streaming television service. You can stream College Football on this service with channels like ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, Fox, NBC, and more. It has an add-on called ‘Sports Extra‘ which includes channels like Big Network, PAC 12 Network, and more. Sling offers you three plans to choose from, and they are:
|Plan||Number of Channels||Cloud DVR Storage||Device Stream||Price|
|Orange||31 channels||50 hours||1||$35|
|Blue||41 channels||50 hours||3||$35|
|Orange & Blue||47 channels||50 hours||3||$50|
3. Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV is a kind of streaming television service. You can not only stream live TV channels but also lots of other content like movies, TV series, Hulu Originals, and more. It has channels like FS1, FS2, ESPN +, ACC Network, ESPN family of channels, and SEC, which you can use to stream College Football. Hulu + Live TV features include more than 75+ channels, unlimited DVR storage, 2 simultaneous streaming, and more. This streaming service with ads costs $69.99 per month and without ads costs $75.99 per month.
4. DirecTV Stream
DirecTV Stream is one of the best streaming television services. Compared with other services, it not only has more channels but also offers you many other features. If you want to stream College Football using this service, it won’t be a problem because it has channels like ESPN, ESPN2, Big Network, ACC, FS1, and many others channels perfect for streaming College Football. The plans offered by DirecTV Stream are:
|Plan||Number of Channels||Cloud DVR Storage||Price|
|Entertainment||75+ channels||Unlimited Cloud Storage||$69.99|
|Choice||105+ channels||Unlimited Cloud Storage||$89.99|
|Ultimate||140+ channels||Unlimited Cloud Storage||$104.99|
|Premier||150+ channels||Unlimited Cloud Storage||$149.99|
5. YouTube TV
YouTube TV is a good streaming service to stream College Football. It has sports channels like ESPN, ESPN1, FS1, FS2, SEC, and more, which you can use to stream Football on your device. YouTube TV has more than 120+ channels, unlimited cloud DVR space, 6 profiles per account, thousands of on-demand titles, and more. It costs $64.99 per month.
Paramount+, known as CBS All Access, is a streaming service where you can stream movies, TV series, and more. You can stream College Football games that are streamed on CBS on Paramount+. You need to subscribe to the Premium Plan, which costs $9.99 monthly.
Yes, you can stream College Football using cable providers. But the cable provider you subscribe to should include channels like ESPN, CBS, FS1, Pac 12 Network, Big Network, and more.