The best time of year is just days away: that’s right, football season. Whether you can’t wait to rep gear from your alma mater or don your hometown team’s colors, Sling TV gives any fan (NCAA, NFL or both!) the most ways to watch football at the lowest price.
Sling TV offers football fans an easy way to catch their favorite team. Our new Gamefinder feature on sling.com makes it easy to find out what channel each game is on, and how you can watch on Sling TV. Plus, all Sling Orange and Sling Blue customers will have free access to Pac-12 Networks from Aug. 26-Sept. 17.
How to watch football on Sling TV
From this season’s anticipated college match-ups to the biggest NFL games, Sling TV has the perfect way for any football diehard to watch all your teams.
- Gamefinder – If you know what game you want to watch, but don’t know what channel it’s on or what Sling TV subscription you need, Gamefinder is your new best friend this season. Simply go to sling.com/gamefinder and search for a team’s city, state or name to see the date, time, channel and Sling TV service you’ll need to watch the game. To determine which games are available in your area, simply enter your ZIP code to filter the results.
- College football – With a Sling Orange subscription, you can catch every college football game aired on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3. Plus, add Sports Extra ($5 per month) to your Sling Orange service and get access to SEC Network, SEC Network+, Pac-12 Networks, beIN Sports, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, Stadium (previously Campus Insiders) and more. Want even more college football? By adding a Sling Blue subscription, you’ll get Ivy league games on NBCSN, and catch Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 games on FOX (select markets), FS1 and FS2.
- NFL – If you’re more of an NFL fan, get a Sling Blue subscription for access to NFL Network, plus games on FOX (select markets) and NBC (select markets). Add Sports Extra ($10 per month) to your Sling Blue service to get NFL RedZone and college football networks like Pac-12 Networks and Stadium. Add a Sling Orange subscription and you can also watch Monday Night Football on ESPN.
- All the football – Want the best of both worlds? Subscribe to both Sling Orange and Sling Blue for $40 per month and add both Sports Extras for $10 per month more. If you live in one of eight eligible markets, you’ll also get Broadcast Extra free, so you can catch games aired on ABC locals.
If you’ve cut the cord but still want to stay connected to your favorite team, pick your Sling TV service today and start streaming football as soon as this weekend. With the most customization, control and choice than any other live television service, Sling TV is the easiest way to follow your teams all season long.
Director, Content Acquisition and Strategy, Sling TV