How to stream the 2022 college football season

College football is here once again in the U.S. and that means it’s time for many fans across the country to find the best way to stream the most games this season.

To kick this off, the best way to stream the most college football games this season will be through a live TV streaming service like YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV, DirecTV Stream, Vidgo, or Sling TV.

Apps like fuboTV on the Apple TV has come up with new ways to make the viewing experience even better for fans. Sling TV even has a feature where its customers that are family or friends with other customers can stream games together its Watch Party function.

While the live TV streaming services will have the most games available, there are other streaming services games will be on this season.

The most notable of services will be ESPN+. Last year, the streaming service aired 500 college football games. It can also be added to your existing Hulu subscription too for those who want it all in one app.

Paramount+ will have live showings of any game that airs on CBS and its SEC on CBS coverage. However, this will not include games on CBS Sports Network and the customer must have the Paramount+ Premium plan for $9.99 a month in order to get access to those games. The service is also available through Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app.

Select Notre Dame games can be streamed through Peacock, specifically the games that are aired on NBC. There will be one game in October that will be a Peacock exclusive too. To stream Notre Dame games on Peacock, it will require Peacock Premium that starts at $4.99 a month.

Bally Sports+ is another option for those that will be wanting to stream the college football game their local Bally Sports station is airing. Bally Sports+ costs $19.99 a month and will be available to stream all stations starting on September 26.

The FOX Sports app can be used to stream games live that are on FOX, FS1, and FS2. It is all dependent on what plan you have with your TV provider, which the credentials for said TV provider must be used in order to stream games in the app live.

What is nice about the FOX Sports app is if there are any games FOX or FS1 do end up broadcasting in 4K, Apple TV 4K users will be able to stream the game in 4K. The same thing can be said for live TV streaming services like YouTube TV and fuboTV.

How do you plan on streaming college football this season? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.














David Becker
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