- ESPN Player is the UK and European home of College Football
- Wide-ranging coverage features more than 700 games including all the top teams, the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games and ESPN’s award-winning College Gameday
- Subscribers get access to more live and on-demand content than ever, including from the SEC Network, ESPNU and Longhorn Network
- Enhanced interface and technology delivers higher quality streaming than ever
ESPN Player will bring extensive coverage of the 2015 NCAA College Football season to UK and European audiences. The sports streaming service will give viewers the opportunity to watch more than 700 live and on demand college football games on computers, iPad, and LG and Samsung Smart TVs.
Subscribers will get access to more content than ever and will be able fully tap into the excitement of College Football with extensive coverage of the regular season, Bowl season and the College Football Playoff to decide the National Champion. Additionally, games and content from the SEC Network, ESPNU and the Longhorn Network have also been added to this year’s lineup.
ESPN’s acclaimed and award-winning pre-game show, ESPN College Gameday, will be available all season long, bringing authentic build-up and insight into the biggest games direct from the US. Televised every Saturday, College Gameday is ESPN’s flagship show for College Football, with in-depth analysis from a renowned panel of experts.
The College Football season begins on Thursday 3rd September and is followed by an opening weekend including the first ESPN College Gameday, live from Fort Worth in Texas. One of the standout match-ups of the opening weekend takes place on Monday 7th September as reigning national champions Ohio State travel to face Virginia Tech. The game holds extra significance as the hosts were the only team to defeat the Buckeyes last season.
NCAA College Football is available as part of ESPN Player’s NCAA College Pass, with monthly passes available for £19.99 and annual subscriptions – which include more than 3000 college sports events throughout the year – just £109.99.
ESPN Player has been updated to deliver even higher-quality streaming. Viewers can jump between live games, keeping up with all the latest action, plays and developments, as well as rewinding at the touch of a button.
College Football Playoff on ESPN Player
ESPN Player will once again bring fans comprehensive coverage of the NCAA Football postseason, as the College Football Playoff enters its second year. Four teams compete in two semi-finals to progress to the National Championship game, with every game available on ESPN Player.
This season the Orange Bowl and the Cotton Bowl will host the semifinals before the National Championship game takes place at the 78,000 capacity University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Monday January 11th, 2015. ESPN Player will also bring subscribers the four other premier bowl games, as well as extensive coverage of more than 30 other end-of-season Bowl Games.