Watch the 2023 Pitt football team live without cable on ESPN, ESPNU, and ACC Network regardless of location.
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There are several good options for watching Pitt football live without cable. fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and DIRECTV STREAM “Choice” all carry the channels you need to watch most Pitt football games, including KDKA-TV CBS 2 Pittsburgh for watching the Steelers. Our top pick for watching Pitt football is DIRECTV STREAM “Choice.” With DIRECTV STREAM “Choice,” you get local regional sports networks, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and the ACC Network, which means excellent coverage of the Pitt football season.
Watch ABC, KDKA-TV CBS 2, FOX, CBS, ACC Network, ESPN, FS1, ESPNU, and more.
$99.99 / month
|5 Day Free Trial|
Watch ABC, KDKA-TV CBS 2, ACC Network, ESPN, FS1, ESPNU, and more.
$74.99 / month
|7 Day Free Trial|
Watch ABC, ACC Network, ESPN, FS1, ESPNU, and more.
$72.99 / month
|14 Day Free Trial|
How to watch today’s Pitt football game live
Looking for a specific Pitt football game? We list the 2023 Pitt football TV schedule, as well as the live TV streaming services that carry each game, in the easy to use table below.
Pitt football player to watch in 2023 – #76
When you tune in to Pitt Football this season, keep your eye on starting OT Matt Goncalves, who according to On3 Sports is Pitt’s highest paid football player with some major NIL deals to his name (R).
Which channels are Pitt football games on?
Under the ACC TV contract with ESPN, which runs through 2036, there are only five channels Pitt football games can appear on this season: ABC, ACC Network, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU. In the table below, we compare the major live TV streaming services based on which of the most important ACC football channels they carry. I also added AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh to the table even though the regional sports network doesn’t carry many Pitt football games because it does carry Penguins and Pirates games, and Steelers commentary.
Most Pitt football games will be on the ACC Network and ESPNU. Some “smaller” Pitt games will also be broadcast on ESPN2, ESPNU, and the ACC Network.
|DIRECTV STREAM – Choice||FuboTV Sports Lite||Fubo||Hulu + Live TV||Sling TV Orange + Sports Extra||YouTube TV|
|AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh|
$99.99 / month
$84.99 / month
$74.99 / month
$69.99 / month
$46 / month
$72.99 / month
Live streaming Pitt football on Roku and other devices
Can I watch Pitt football on fuboTV?
Even though an upgrade to the “Sports Lite” package is required for watching ESPNU, we like fuboTV here because the service offers ACC Network and AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh in the base package. fuboTV is also our top pick for watching the Steelers.
Can I watch Pitt football on Hulu + Live TV?
Yes, Hulu + Live TV carries all the channels you need to live stream Pitt games in the base package.
Can I watch Pitt football on DIRECTV STREAM?
Yes, you can watch Pitt football on DIRECTV STREAM. An upgrade to the pricey “Choice” package is required to access ESPNU, ACC Network, and AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh.
Can I watch Pitt football on Sling TV?
Only some games. Sling TV doesn’t carry ABC without taking the step of buying an air antenna. You can watch the Pitt games that appear on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and the ACC Network. Sling Orange + Sports Extra is a good budget option for watching Pittsburgh basketball.
Can I watch Pitt football on YouTube TV?
Yes, YouTube TV carries all the channels you need to live stream Pitt football, including ESPNU and the ACC Network in the base package.
YouTube TV also carries KDKA-TV CBS 2 Pittsburgh for watching the Steelers on Sundays, and is the new home of NFL Sunday Ticket. We love the YouTube TV 4K Plus add-on, which does offer some ESPN programming in 4K for supported devices.
Can I watch Pitt football on ESPN+?
Not usually, no. In 2022, no Pitt football games appeared on ESPN+.
Watching Pitt football FAQ
AT&T Sportsnet shutting down won’t have much impact on Pitt football’s TV schedule, except for ACC on RSN games, which may shift to a new channel if AT&T Sportsnet Pittsburgh shuts down entirely.
The Pitt football spring game, as with many ACC football spring games, airs on ACC Network Extra, which can be accessed via the ESPN app using Sling Orange, YouTube TV, or Hulu + Live TV credentials.