Watch Missouri football live without cable on iPhone, Roku, or the streaming device of your choice.
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If you can’t make it to Farout Field at Memorial Stadium for an in-person game this season, there are several good options for live-streaming Missouri Tigers Football without paying for cable TV.
Although the price points vary by about $10 per month between platforms, you can watch every Missouri football game on YouTube TV, Hulu, DIRECTV STREAM, and Fubo. We like Fubo’s NFL Red Zone upgrade, as well as the DIRECTV STREAM “Choice” package, both of which add pro sports upgrades to your college football streaming package, and also offer KMOV-TV CBS 4 St. Louis for watching the SEC Game of the Week and Chiefs games. Fubo and DIRECTV STREAM carry Bally Sports Midwest for in-market Cardinals games.
Fubo Sports Plus with NFL RedZone
Watch KMOV CBS 4, ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network.
$80.98 / month
|7 Day Free Trial|
Watch every Missouri football game, plus the St. Louis Cardinals.
$99.99 / month
|5 Day Free Trial|
Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra
Great budget pick for watching most MIzzou games.
$46 / month
How to watch today’s Missouri football game
Looking for a specific Missouri football game? We list the upcoming Missouri football TV schedule, as well as the live TV streaming services that carry each game, in the easy to use table below.
The most important channels for Missouri football fans in 2023
The most important channels for watching Missouri football in 2023 are CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and the SEC Network. The SEC Game of the Week and the SEC Championship game will remain on CBS through the 2023 season. Big SEC games with national championship implications will be broadcast on CBS and ESPN, with the less important matchups usually appearing on ESPN2 or the SEC Network.
|DIRECTV STREAM||Fubo||Hulu + Live TV||Paramount+||Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra||YouTube TV|
$74.99 / month
$74.99 / month
$69.99 / month
$4.99 / month
$46 / month
$72.99 / month
Live streaming Missouri football in 2023: our top picks
fuboTV comes out of the gate with 1,000 hours of DVR storage and the “Follow my team” feature will notify you before your favorite team is on TV.
While an upgrade to the “Sports Lite” package is required for gaining access to the SEC Network, we still love fuboTV for watching football, both college and NFL. Missouri fans will probably want the SEC Network upgrade as many of the team’s games will be broadcast on that channel.
Hulu + Live TV gets you the channels you need to live stream Missouri football, including KMOZ, CBS4. The downside is Hulu’s limited DVR storage in the base package of only 50 hours. Some fans will love the ESPN+ bundle which includes UFC Fight Nights and out-of-market MLB and NHL action.
DIRECTV STREAM Carries all the channels you need to watch SEC Football. There are other platforms we like better, so I wouldn’t recommend DIRECTV STREAM if your primary goal is watching Missouri Tigers football. However, if you’re a St. Louis Cardinals or Blues fan, the equation changes.
DIRECTV STREAM “Choice” is the only streaming service that offers Bally Sports Midwest, the regional sports network that carries the Cardinals and Blues regular season.
Although a Google account is required to signup, we love YouTube TV for watching football. The Stats View and Key Plays feature are the most innovative we’ve seen on any streaming platform, and the SEC Network is included in the base package.
The best budget options for watching Missouri football
Paramount+ will get Tiger fans KMOV-TV CBS 4, as well as CBS affiliates nationwide if you aren’t in St. Louis.
The platform doesn’t offer ESPN, ESPN2, or the SEC Network, but can be paired with Sling Orange + Sports Extra to get all these channels at a discount over competing streaming services.
NFL fans, especially NFL fans in AFC markets, will find a lot of value in Paramount+’s NFL on CBS lineup.
Unless you buy an air antenna, Sling Orange + Sports Extra lacks CBS, but does come with ESPN, ESPN2, and SEC Network.
The addition of ESPN allows football fans to stream Monday Night Football.