The Free Sports Service Stadium Has Shutdown Its Roku Channel as It Pushes Other Ways to Watch on Roku




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Stadium is a 24/7 free sports network that launched back in 2017. Roku was one of the first devices it supported but today Stadium removed its Roku Channel without warning. The good news is you can still watch Stadium but you will need to use services like Pluto TV, The Roku Channel, Stirr, or XUMO TV to name a few.

Update: Stadium sent Cord Cutters News the following statement about this change: “We never stopped distributing to Roku and will continue to be live on the platform via our partnership with the Roku Channel. While our app on Roku is down, Stadium can still be accessed on Roku via the Roku Channel. Roku is one of our most important partnerships, specifically on The Roku Channel. As Stadium continues to evolve and consumer viewing habits change, it became clear The Roku Channel was the best distribution point for Stadium on the Roku platform.  Additionally, we are working on an update that will allow Stadium to configure the message on the app to redirect users to The Roku Channel.”

We have reached out to Sinclair to learn more about why Stadium on Roku shut down and will post updates as we learn more.

What is on the Stadium 24/7 sports channel?

  • Multiple live college football games every Saturday from multiple college football leagues including C-USA, Mountain West, Patriot League, and the Southern Conference
  • Over 2,500 college games including men’s and women’s basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, and football games
  • Replays of classic games
  • Highlights

Here are some ways that you can still watch Stadium: 

  • iOS
  • Fire TV
  • Apple TV
  • Pluto TV
  • Stirr
  • The Roku Channel
  • Android
  • Select markets via Sinclair-owned channels, both over-the-air and on streaming services that carry its channels
  • Sling TV

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