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The Best Way to Watch College Football Games 2022-2023 NCAA season from anywhere.

The 2022-23 College Football Playoff schedule includes two semifinal games on New Year’s Eve followed by the title game on Jan. 9, 2023. Check out everything you need to know below, including bowl game information for the CFP locations. We’ll show you how to live stream the 2022-2023 NCAA College Football season from anywhere.

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The NCAA College Football 2022-2023 post-season is finally here! Fans can look forward to the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl on December 31, four semifinal fixtures on New Year’s Day, and the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 10, 2023. Unfortunately, streaming rights are split across nearly a dozen different services. Not to worry, though: we’ll show you how to live stream most 2022-2023 NCAA College Football games online.

2022-23 College Football Playoff schedule, dates, TV channel, sites

College Football Playoff
  • Capital One Orange Bowl. December 30. 2022. 8 PM ET. …
  • Allstate Sugar Bowl. December 31. 2022. NOON ET. …
  • Vrbo Fiesta Bowl. December 31. 2022. …
  • Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl. December 31. 2022. …
  • Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. January 2. 2023. …
  • Rose Bowl Game. January 2. 2023. …
  • CFP National Championship. January 9. 2023.
  • No. 2 Michigan vs. No. 3 TCU | Fiesta Bowl | 4 p.m. ET | ESPN | Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022
  • No. 1 Georgia vs. No. 4 Ohio State | Peach Bowl | 8 p.m. | ESPN | Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022
  • CFP National Championship Game | 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN | Monday, Jan. 9, 2023

NCAA Football

2022-2026 CFP national championship locations and dates

2023: Los Angeles (Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, Inglewood, California) – Jan. 9
2024: Houston (NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas) – Jan. 8
2025: Atlanta (Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA) – Jan. 6
2026: Miami (Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida) – Jan. 5

How to Stream College Football Online

The majority of major college football games will air on local networks or major cable channels, some smaller conference and games will air on the college sports networks or Internet sports channels.

  • Local Networks: CBS, FOX, ABC, & NBC
  • Cable Sports Networks: ESPN, FS1, & USA Network
  • College Sports Networks: Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, etc.
  • Streaming Sports Networks: beIn Sports, Stadium, ESPN+, Pluto.TV, & Facebook

We picked the Best Live TV Streaming Service for the college sports fan in general, but also for your Favorite College Football Team.

Due to flex scheduling, the broadcast channel of most games aren’t announced until the week before. We will update these over the course of the season

Where to watch NCAA College Football

NCAA College Football is a uniquely American experience. As a result, there are very few streams for games that exist on services outside of the US. However, you will find that some of the broadcast options are free, with your only blockade being geographic content restrictions that can be bypassed through a VPN.

In the US, your best option to watch as many games as possible will be through ESPN, ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports, NBC Sports Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network. No one streaming service carries all of those channels (not even traditional cable), but we’ll detail out where you can get them.

In Canada, you can catch a large number of games through Sportsnet Now,  DAZN, TSN, and a few others.

You may also have options to watch NCAA College Football abroad in countries like the UK, Australia, Germany, and more, by using a virtual private network, or VPN. We’ll explain in detail how you can watch NCAA College Football live online in the US, Canada, and abroad with a VPN.

In general, only the US and Canada have major online services where a significant number of broadcasts can be viewed.

As stated, the broadcast rights in the US for NCAA College Football are extremely complex. While the NCAA does not implement many blackouts, many games simply aren’t available outside of their respective regions.

A few major broadcasters will be carrying most games, and you can watch most games throughout the year if you take the time to explore streaming options. Additionally, only a select few broadcasters have rights to the NCAA College Football Championship and Bowl games. Once the playoffs and championships begin, your viewing options will get much easier to handle. Until then, here’s a long list of where to go watch different regional games.

American Athletic Conference (AAC)

  • ESPN
  • ABC
  • CBS Sports

Atlantic Coast (ACC)

  • ACC Network
  • ESPN
  • Local syndicates in select cities, to include CW, MyNetworkTV, FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS. For more information on local affiliates carrying ACC, read here.

Big 12

  • ESPN
  • ABC
  • FOX Sports

Big 10

  • Big Ten Network
  • Fox Sports
  • ESPN

Conference USA

Independents (FBS)

  • Various local TV networks, check with the individual school. FBS Independents include United States Military Academy, Brigham Young University, Liberty University, New Mexico State University, University of Notre Dame, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Mid-American (MAC)

  • ESPN
  • CBS Sports
  • MAC Digital Network

Mountain West

  • ESPN
  • Mountain West Network
  • Pac-12 Networks
  • Stadium
  • CBS Sports


  • Pac-12 Networks
  • ESPN
  • FOX, FOX Sports

Southeastern (SEC)

  • SEC Network
  • ESPN
  • FOX Sports

Sun Belt

  • ESPN
  • SEC Network
  • CBS Sports

From this list, the primary options you’ll want to access are ESPN, CBS Sports, FOX Sports, SEC Network, Pac-12 Networks, Stadium, and Big 10 Network. No streaming service carries all of these options except traditional cable. Getting them all through traditional cable would be exceptionally expensive, though. That said, the following streaming services will give you the most coverage