College football kicks off this week, with Miami (FL) taking on Florida on Saturday. Which marks the official start to the 2019 season. While almost every other school won’t be starting its season until the following week, football is still back!
And ESPN Plus will be streaming more games than ever before. Including five Power-5 games throughout the season.
Now its important to note that there aren’t any B1G, SEC or even PAC-12 games on ESPN Plus this year. And that’s because they all have their own networks, and that’s where the majority of their games will be shown.
ESPN Plus will start showing college football games next Thursday on August 29. Those games include Robert Morris at Buffalo, Gardner-Webb at Charlotte, Central Arkansas at Western Kentucky, and Alabama State at UAB.
There will be more shown next Saturday, on August 31. Which is seen as the real kickoff day for College Football. As that is when more of the top 25 teams will be starting their season. Including Michigan.
ESPN Plus will be broadcasting over 100 games this year, and if you’re an avid college football fan, then you’re going to want to take advantage of this subscription service. Seeing as it is only $5 per month, there’s really no reason not to take advantage of it.
With ESPN Plus, you also get access to a ton of UFC content. And if you’re a UFC fan, chances are you are already subscribed to ESPN Plus anyways. But you get UFC Fight Night, UFC PPVs and much more.
There’s also a ton of College Football content, College Gameday will be not available on ESPN Plus though, unless you also have ESPN from your cable provider.
ESPN Plus also broadcasts a ton of other sports that you can watch live, or watch later on. There’s also loads of original content. From many different athletes that are starting their own shows on ESPN. So if you think there’s not a lot of content on ESPN Plus, you’re wrong.
The good news about streaming ESPN Plus is that, you can do it from virtually anywhere.
ESPN Plus is available on all of the main platforms. Android, Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Tablets, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and much more. No matter where you are, you’ll be able to stream ESPN Plus, which is good for those that are always on the move.
If you’re not an ESPN Plus subscriber yet, then you can sign up for ESPN Plus using the link below.