ESPN Player will bring subscribers its biggest ever season of college football coverage ahead of kick-off this weekend. The streaming service will bring full coverage of the 2019 NCAA College Football season to fans in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asian countries including Japan and Singapore anytime, anywhere.
Viewers will have the opportunity to watch more than 800 college football games live and on demand on desktop, iPad and mobile. The action kicks off this weekend with a huge intra-state rivalry as Miami take on Florida at midnight on August 24th.
A slate of games follows on August 29th, including reigning national champions Clemson in their season opener against Georgia Tech.
On August 31st ESPN Player will stream a host of live games featuring powerhouses such as Alabama, Ohio State and Florida State. There are more than 45 games live and on demand in the opening week.
ESPN Player’s comprehensive coverage will run throughout the season to the Bowl games and College Football Playoffs (CFP) in December and January. Last season the CFP National Championship was a matchup between powerhouse programmes Clemson and Alabama, and the two are among the strong favourites for the title again.