Watch Florida State vs. Oklahoma in the Cheez-it Bowl on 12/29/22 live without cable. The 5:30 EST kickoff will air on ESPN.
You can live stream Florida State football on most major streaming devices, including iPhone, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and more.
Although several live TV streaming services carry the channels you need to watch most FSU football games, like ESPN and ACC Network, DIRECTV STREAM “Choice,” with its extensive lineup of regional sports networks, is the only platform that can guarantee coverage of every Seminoles game for next season, including ACC on RSN games.
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How to watch this week’s FSU football game
In the easy to use table below, we break down the live TV streaming services that will carry FSU football each week during the season.
Florida State football channels for 2022
The ACC and ESPN signed a TV deal that runs through 2036. Under the terms of that contract, there are four channels that the Seminoles will regularly appear on in 2022: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and the ACC Network. Some “smaller” games may also appear on ESPNU or CBS Sports Network.
|DIRECTV STREAM – Choice||DIRECTV STREAM||fuboTV Extra||fuboTV||Hulu + Live TV||Orange Sports Extra||YouTube TV|
|ACC Network Extra|
|CBS Sports Network|
|Bally Sports Florida|
|Bally Sports South|
|Bally Sports Southeast|
|Bally Sports Sun|
$99.99 / month
$74.99 / month
$77.98 / month
$74.99 / month
$69.99 / month
$46 / month
$64.99 / month
Watching FSU football in 2022: our top picks
Because of its excellent user experience and ease of setup, fuboTV is our favorite platform for streaming football, both college and NFL. Although an upgrade to fuboTV “Extra” or “Sports Lite” is required to access ESPNU, the 1,000 hours of DVR storage and ability to pause memberships during the football off-season were big factors in choosing fuboTV as the best choice for football fans in Tallahassee.
DIRECTV STREAM’s “Choice” package is expensive, but it does carry ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and the ACC Network, plus Bally Sports South, Southeast, and Florida. The addition of Florida and southeast specific regional sports networks will be a selling point for sports fans who want to watch local MLB, NHL, and MLB action in addition to college football.
Hulu + Live TV is a good option for watching FSU football. Although the base package carries ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and the ACC Network at a lower price than fuboTV’s “Extra” package, the savings are wiped out when you upgrade from Hulu’s limited DVR storage of 50 hours per month.
Having said that, Hulu’s ESPN+ bundle gets sports fans access to out-of-market NHL and MLB, plus UFC Fight Nights, all for the base rate.
The lack of ABC without buying an air antenna will be a deal breaker for many FSU fans. However, Sling Orange + Sports Extra is a good budget option for streaming ESPN, ESPN2, and the ACC Network.
Although a Google account is required to use the service, YouTube TV is an innovator in the sports streaming space, and a great option for Seminoles fans. Features like Stats View and Key Plays are among the best we have seen for watching sports, and do away with the need for ESPN’s Gamecast. YouTube TV comes with unlimited DVR storage, and there is a 4K upgrade available that features ESPN in 4K.