How to watch Notre Dame football

It’s hard to tell how the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team will perform this season. Last year, they appeared twice in the College Football Playoffs but lost in both games. However, with a lot of new talent, they could be on the way to proving their worth in the playoffs and overall championship. But only time will tell how the University of Notre Dame does in the football stakes.

If you want to watch all of the Fighting Irish action without paying hefty fees for cable, there are plenty of ways to stream the games online. Keep reading for all your best options this season.

What channels show Notre Dame Fighting Irish football games?

A total of 8 networks air Notre Dame football games. The list reads as follows: ABC, ACC Network, CBS, ESPN, FOX, FOX Sports 1, NBC, and USA Network.

Wondering which live TV streaming service offers all of these channels and more? Well, you have a few options, but YouTube TV is by far the best. It has more than 85 networks in total and offers an unlimited amount of DVR storage — a feature that isn’t offered by any other popular platform. Plus, it charges the same amount per month as many of its rivals.

Streaming Notre Dame Fighting Irish football live without cable

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ESPN
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USA Network

How to watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish football on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is another live TV streaming service that offers all 8 ways to watch the Fighting Irish on the field. Subscribers will be charged $64.99/mo. to access all of them along with more than 60 other networks, including the likes of SEC Network. And that’s not all. Hulu also includes access to its award-winning on-demand library with all live TV subscriptions, as well as giving away 50 hours of cloud DVR and 2 simultaneous streams. (Both the DVR and streaming limits can be upgraded to 200 hours and unlimited at-home streaming, respectively, for an additional $14.99/mo.)

Accessing Hulu + Live TV couldn’t be simpler, thanks to the platform’s long compatible devices list. Apple, Android, and Amazon devices all work with the service along with Roku models, select smart TVs, and game consoles like Xbox and Nintendo Switch. See which one works best for you by signing up for a 7-day free trial.

How to watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish football on fuboTV

fuboTV is also an ideal choice for fans of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team. It boasts every channel that airs the team’s games, although viewers can only watch CBS games on-demand. You can also receive more than 100 channels and 250 hours of DVR storage for $64.99/mo. If that isn’t enough, the top Elite package offers 1,000 hours of recording space and an extra 40 channels for the higher fee of $79.99/mo.

fuboTV even has a variety of add-ons to choose from. You can get hold of NFL RedZone content by investing in the Sports Plus add-on for $10.99/mo. or get your fill of sports from across the globe with the $6.99/mo. International Sports Plus option. Almost every single device, from Chromecast to Roku, works with fuboTV. See everything for yourself by starting a 7-day free trial.

How to watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish football on YouTube TV

Offering all the Fighting Irish channels along with an endless amount of cloud DVR is enough to make you sign up for YouTube TV. The platform’s single package costs $64.99/mo. and comes with more than 85 channels, including NFL Network, which tends to cost more to access elsewhere. When it comes to recording games and other sports content, you have total freedom. Record as much as you want when you want, but remember that recordings will only be kept for a maximum of 9 months. 

YouTube TV also has another generous feature: a 2-week free trial. So grab your compatible streaming device (which can be anything from a PlayStation 4 to a classic smart TV) and sign up to see if the interface works for you.

How to watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish football on Sling TV

Although many opt for one of Sling TV’s cheaper packages, it makes sense to shell out a little more for the combined Orange + Blue plan if you want to view the Fighting Irish. Why? Because while the Orange package ($35/mo.) has ESPN, the Blue plan ($35/mo.) is the only way to access FOX, FOX Sports 1, NBC, and USA Network. (Note that FOX and NBC Notre Dame football games are only available on-demand.) 

The combined package costs $50/mo. and if you pay $15/mo. for the Sports Extra add-on, you’ll be able to watch ACC Network games, too. Plus, you’ll receive 4 simultaneous streams — the highest number that Sling TV offers. At 10 hours, the DVR limit may be a little on the measly side. But an extra $5/mo. investment will boost the total to a more palatable 50 hours. There’s no free trial to see whether Sling TV is the right service for you. But the platform does give new users $10 off their first month.

How to watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish football on AT&T TV

To access every way to watch the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football games, you’ll need to pay for AT&T TV’s Choice package. Costing $84.99/mo., it offers 90+ networks, including regional sports networks, the 2020-21 NBA League Pass Premium, and a year of HBO Max. When it comes to sports content, you can also expect the likes of ESPNU and TNT to feature in the channel line-up. Of course, if you want even more TV choice, you can opt for AT&T TV’s $94.99/mo. Ultimate package or the $129.99/mo. Premier plan. The Ultimate comes with 130+ channels, while the Premier has 140+ in total.

No matter which plan you choose, you’ll receive only 20 hours of DVR storage. But an extra $10/mo. will get you 500 hours. You have a choice of streaming devices, too. Use any model from the usual list, including Apple, Android, and Roku devices, or pay for AT&T TV’s very own device. It offers access to thousands of apps and can be controlled with your voice. Cost-wise, pay $120 upfront or $5/mo. for 24 months. A full refund is available within 14 days if you decide to cancel your subscription.

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