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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish had a fairly disappointing season after three tough losses to ACC opponents. The Irish finished the season with a win and hope it was enough to make a New Year’s Six bowl game.
Where to watch Notre Dame football
Notre Dame football games are carried most notably by ABC, CBS, and ESPN, though you can also catch them on other channels. Ensure you have access to these channels, and you’re all set. Luckily, the Fighting Irish can be found on almost every live tv streaming service out there.
|Streaming Service||Cost per Month||Channels||Free Trial|
|Hulu + Live TV||$76.99+||90+||No|
Watch the Fighting Irish on Sling TV (our preferred service)
Sling TV is a great option for Fighting Irish fans on a budget. Not only does it offer a wide variety of channels and pricing options, but Sling Orange carries ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3, while Sling Blue carries Fox Sports 1. If you want even more options, the College Football Package includes the Sports Extra Add-On and gives access to the ACC Network. Sling Orange offers only 31 channels, while Sling Blue offers 42. If you opt for Sling Blue & Orange, you can access all 48 possible channels (minus the optional add-ons).
Watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish Games on DIRECTV STREAM
DIRECTV STREAM has four packages to choose from, covering every price point and budget. The Entertainment plan is the most affordable, starting at $79.99 per month for over 75 channels, while the Premier plan is the most expensive, at $164.99 per month for over 150 channels. No matter what package you choose, DIRECTV STREAM comes with on-demand content, unlimited cloud DVR storage, and SHOWTIME, STARZ, EPIX, and Cinemax. You also get ESPN, FS1, and the ACC Network with even the basic plan.
Watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish Games on Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV comes with more than just TV channels; it also has Disney Plus and ESPN Plus as a complete bundle. Combine that with Hulu’s impressive lineup of originals and more than 90+ different channels to choose from, and you’ve got a winning combination, especially for sports fans. The basic Hulu plan gives access to ESPN, ABC, and ESPN2 and offers the ACC Network, too. If you only care about live TV streaming, then the ad-supported option will save you a few dollars a year. If you want to dig deep into Hulu’s own programming lineup, the ad-free version might be a better bet. You can also check out our tips for seamless streaming on Disney Plus.
Watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish Games on Fubo
In Fubo, the F is for Fighting Irish. Okay, not really — but that’s something you’ll get plenty of through any of Fubo’s three main packages. The Pro plan is the best value for most people and comes with ABC, CBS, ESPN, and more, for just $74.99 per month. There’s also up to 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR if you have to record the game to watch later, 169+ channels, and a special Fubo free trial for you to give a spin before you commit.
Watch Notre Dame Fighting Irish Games on YouTube TV
Youtube TV is definitely a great option — especially for Notre Dame fans. With ABC, CBS, FS1, ESPN, and more, all for just $72.99 per month, YouTube TV packs a lot of value into an affordable package. Pair that with unlimited DVR space and the ability to share it across six accounts in your household, and it becomes a perfect option for any football fan.
Notre Dame 2023 football schedule
Find the full schedule here on ESPN.com.
How can I watch the Notre Dame football game?
You can watch Notre Dame football games on various streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and more.
What channel is the Notre Dame football game on?
You can watch Notre Dame football games on ESPN, ABC, and CBS.
How can I watch the Notre Dame game without cable?
As long as you subscribe to a live TV streaming service that carries one of the channels that airs Notre Dame games, you can watch them without a cable subscription.
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