SEC Network is a sports network available only in the US. Since SEC Network doesn’t have a dedicated channel, you need to install ESPN on Roku TV from the Roku Channel Store to stream the matches.

SEC Network covers nearly 12+ sports which is aired 24/7. You can even find on-demand content, such as SEC Storied, Out of Pocket, and more. You can also stream the University Matches on the SEC Network.

This article will guide you through the steps to access SEC Network via ESPN and streaming services on Roku TV.

How Much Does SEC Network Cost on Roku

To stream SEC Network on ESPN, you need to have either an ESPN+ or a TV Provider subscription. By choosing either of the subscriptions, you can watch the live matches on Roku.

How to Get SEC Network on Roku

1. Select the Streaming Channels option from the Roku home screen.

Select Streaming Channels option

2. Tap Search Channels in the Channel Store.

Search for ESPN on the search bar

3. Type ESPN using the virtual keyboard and search the channel.

4. From the search results, choose the ESPN channel.

5. Click on the Add Channel button to install on Roku.

Select Add Channel

6. Select the Go to Channel option to launch the ESPN channel.

Activate ESPN to Watch SEC Network

1. After opening the channel, select Settings.

2. You can view two options on the screen – Choose TV Provider or Login with ESPN account.

3. By selecting Choose TV Provider, you can sign in with TV provider credentials to access the content.

4. When you choose Login with an ESPN account, you can see the activation code on the screen.

5. Note the activation code and visit the ESPN activation pagehttps://www.espn.com/activate.

6. Enter the code and click on the Continue button.

Activate ESPN to stream SEC Network on Roku

7. Enter the credentials of your ESPN+ subscription.

6. The ESPN channel will be activated on your Roku device.

9. Head to the SEC Network and start streaming on your Roku device.

How to Watch SEC Network on Roku Without Cable

The alternative way to stream SEC Network on Roku is via the streaming services. If you don’t have an active TV provider subscription, you can purchase the below-mentioned streaming services to watch live sports on SEC.

DirecTV Stream

SEC Network on DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream is a familiar streaming service with a huge channel library of sports and entertainment channels. The service offers 150+ live TV channels with premium add-ons like AMC+, Discovery+, Fox Nation, etc.

There are four subscription packages, namely Entertainment ($64.99/month), Choice ($99.99/month), Ultimate ($109.99/month), and Premier ($154.99/ month). You can stream the SEC Network channel with any one of the DirecTV Stream subscriptions. You can add DirecTV Stream on Roku TV directly from the Roku Channel Store.

Hulu

Hulu

Hulu is one of the best streaming networks in the US that streams movies, TV shows, and Hulu originals in its premium service. To watch SEC Network on Hulu, you need to subscribe to the Hulu + Live TV subscription package for $69.99/month (With ads). If you wish to go with ad-free streaming, the plan costs $82.99/month. You can find Hulu on Roku TV as pre-installed. If not, you can add Hulu from the Roku Channel Store. You can use the unlimited DVR storage in Hulu to record and save your sports content to watch later.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV

The next one on the list is YouTube TV. The streaming service offers on-trend content and premium channels at affordable prices. Like Hulu, you get the Unlimited DVR to save the recordings. By subscribing to the Base plan ($72.99/month), you can watch the SEC Network along with 100+ channels. You can add YouTube TV on Roku straight away from the Channel Store.

Vidgo

Vidgo

Vidgo is one of the best streaming services to watch SEC Network. As Vidgo is available on Roku, you can install it directly from the Roku Channel Store. With an active Vidgo subscription, you can access and stream SEC Network seamlessly. Vidgo has three major subscriptions: Ultimate ($99.99/month), Premium ($84.99/month), and Plus ($69.99/month). You can find SEC Network on all these premium plans.

Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling TV is a premium streaming service that offers live TV channels and premium add-ons at the best price. You can purchase the Sling Orange ($40/month) or Sling Orange + Blue ($55/month) subscription to get the SEC Network. Sling TV does offer a free DVR storage space for 50 hours. As Sling TV doesn’t offer a free trial, you need to purchase the premium plans to access the service. You can get Sling TV on Roku TV directly from the Channel Store.

fuboTV

Install fuboTV on Roku to get SEC Network

fuboTV is a dedicated streaming service for sports and entertainment. The SEC Network is available in the Sports Plus add-on ($10.99/month) of the Ultimate plan ($99.99/month). The Ultimate plan offers nearly 200+ live TV channels. If you are a newbie, you can try the 7-day free trial on fuboTV to explore the service. You can download fuboTV on Roku TV to access the live TV channels.

FAQ

How to access SEC Network+ on ESPN?

SEC Network+ is a standalone platform that can be accessed only with an ESPN+ subscription. With SEC Network+ you can only stream 550+ live events exclusively.

Is there a free trial on ESPN+

Unfortunately, ESPN+ doesn’t have a free trial in its subscription plans.