How to Watch College and Pro Football Online Without Cable

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Are you wondering if you can watch football online if you ditch the cable? This page explains how you can watch any pro football game and most college football games on live TV without paying a cable bill. We cover the streaming services you’ll need to get access to the key football channels for NFL, NCAA, and XFL coverage.

Football fans don’t need to worry about cutting the cord. Everything you can get with a regular cable subscription you can get with a live TV streaming service. And you can generally get it for less money. Even better? You can probably get more with a streaming service.

Below we provide information on watching particular events and teams. Further down, we discuss the best streaming services for football fans.

Stream Your Favorite Games

If you are looking for information to stream a particular event or team, you’ve come to the right place. Here are individual articles to guide you through the process.

NFL Online Without Cable

See our in-depth guide on Ways to Watch Football Online without Cable for tips on getting set-up and the best ways to get the games you want. Or if you are looking for a specific event, see these guides:

How to Watch Your Favorite NFL Team Without Cable

Or if you don’t have a favorite team, see one of the guides below on how to watch any team you want to see play live:

Watch XFL Online

XFL Online Without Cable

You can also watch XFL online without cable, or if you want to watch your favorite team play, see our team guides below to find out what channels you need to see their games live:

Stream College Football Fnline

NCAA Online Without Cable

Looking for a way to watch NCAA online? Here are the two main streaming guides you need:

How to Watch Specific Teams Without Cable

If you want to catch a specific college team, see these college football team streaming guides:

How to Watch Specific Bowl Games Without Cable

See these guides on where you can stream your favorite bowl games online:

Top Football Stream Services

All of the major streaming services provide at least some access to football. For $35.00/mo, Sling TV offers an Orange plan that includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. For the same price, its Blue plan includes Fox Sports 1, and NBCSN. And for $11.00/mo more, you can get the Sports Extra add-on that gives you college sports networks as well as NBA, MLB, and NHL.

For a bit more, AT&T TV ($69.99/mo) and Hulu Live TV ($64.99/mo) provide good general sports coverage with a lot of football. However, the biggest football fans will want to look closely at the two streaming services that cater most to sports:

  • FuboTV ($64.99/mo): Although it really shines in the context of the full range of sports worldwide, FuboTV offers NFL Network and regional sports networks (RSNs) with good coverage of college football.
  • YouTube TV ($64.99/mo): When it comes to football, YouTube TV is similar to FuboTV with NFL Network and various RSNs.

FAQs

Where can I watch college football live?

If you want to watch college football, Hulu is a streaming service that offers several channels with live broadcasts. These channels include FOX, ESPN, ABC, BTN, FS1, CBS, and SEC ESPN Network. fuboTV’s starter plan also has these channels in addition to other sports networks like FS1 and ESPN2.

How do I live stream NFL football games?

To live stream NFL football games, you need a device, internet connection, and a live TV streaming plan that gives you access to the channels needed to watch your chosen team play. If you just want to see NFL games, see our Hulu and FuboTV review, otherwise, head over to the NFL team guide to find out which channels show your team’s games.

Can I watch NFL on Amazon Prime?

Football fans may know that NFL and Amazon have secured a deal to stream NFL games on Amazon Prime Video through an exclusive agreement. The broadcast package between the two organizations starts in 2023 and football fans will have access to these exclusive events from then on. The deal includes an increase from 11 to 15 games in the Thursday Night Football plan.

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