Watch SEC football games online on the SEC Network – the one and only twenty-four hour sports network dedicated to SEC sports.
The SEC Network features unique programming with an SEC slant. Get up to the second updates, news and features straight from the campuses of your favorite SEC school.
And, best of all, you can watch live SEC sports on the SEC Network, including football, basketball and baseball games.
It was the shot heard ’round the South! The SEC Network is here! The SEC Network is here! And, not a moment too soon we might add.
SEC Network subscribers are able to watch SEC football online 24/7. That means all the games and the classics, too!
Are you ready SEC sports fanatics? ESPN and the Southeastern Conference announced a twenty year agreement for an SEC television channel devoted exclusively to SEC football, basketball, baseball, and any one of 17 other Southeastern Conference sports.
The games will be broadcast on an exclusive SEC TV channel called the SEC Network and streamed through the SEC Network online.
Watch SEC Football Games Online – Our full listing of where to find SEC football games streaming on the Internet.
There will be at least 45 SEC football games (three each week), 100 SEC basketball games, and 75 SEC baseball games streamed on the SEC Network the first year alone. In all, there will be over 1,000 SEC athletic events broadcast live during the network’s first season.
Every SEC school is committing extensive resources and infrastructure to meet demand for programming. Some examples of content include exclusive coverage of SEC media days, signing day, recruiting updates, classic game footage, interviews, and spring games.
Just think, we get to watch live SEC football games online in the Spring. Fourteen SEC football games in April, as a matter of fact. This includes the Alabama A-Day Game, Florida’s Orange and Blue Game, the Texas A&M Maroon and White Game, etc. And, how about SEC basketball midnight madness in September?
Even SEC Volleyball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis tournaments will be streamed on demand and in ESPN HD. Whatever live SEC athletic event that is in progress, even if it’s behind the scenes, you are going to get it.
Some key takeaways from the ESPN/SEC deal:
- Expansion to 16 teams will be a reality, and soon. Top contenders have to be OU, FSU, UNC, Clemson, and UVa. Unless, of course, the SEC goes outside of its footprint.
- Look for nine conference games, too. The SEC Network needs programming and more SEC football games helps exponentially.
- Major investments will be made by all parties – ESPN, the SEC, and each member school – to upgrade facilities and add original programming.
- The SEC Network will call Charlotte its home – which makes sense because ESPNU is also based there. However, a relocation to Birmingham may not be out of the question.
- The SEC Network will televise every SEC Championship Game, except football (CBS). This means the SEC Basketball Tournament heads to the SEC Network.
Drum roll please! Here is the link to the official SEC Network – you can thank us later, enjoy yourself:
Watch SEC Network Online – The official television network of the Southeastern Conference.