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How To Watch the Women’s March Madness Final Four

End March with a bang.

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This weekend, the top four women’s college basketball teams will make their way to Cleveland for the March Madness Final Four games. The Final Four is the semifinal round of the NCAA Division 1 Championship tournament and will feature the last four teams standing in the 2023-24 women’s college basketball season.

Here’s how you can tune in to the action from wherever you happen to be on April 5.

Final Four schedule

Friday, April 5

  • No. 1 South Carolina vs. No. 3 NC State, 7 p.m. ET – ESPN
  • No. 1 Iowa vs. No. 3 UConn, 30 minutes after conclusion of first game – ESPN

What channels air the women’s March Madness Final Four?

No need to flip between multiple channels to catch the women’s Final Four. Both semifinal games will be broadcast on ESPN on Friday, April 5.

Where can you stream the women’s March Madness Final Four?

Streaming ServicePrice per Month Free Trial 
Hulu + Live TV$76.99+No
Sling TV$40+No
YouTube TV$72.99+Yes

Watch the women’s March Madness Final Four on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV includes ESPN in its 90+ channel lineup. Plus, if you subscribe to the Disney Bundle, your Hulu + Live TV subscription will come with full access to ESPN Plus and Disney Plus, making it one of the most extensive live TV streaming options on the market. Along with ESPN, Hulu includes local channels, FS1, NFL Network, SEC Network, TBS, TNT, and truTV, plus a huge selection of live and on-demand sports content on ESPN Plus, making it a great option for sports fans. Hulu + Live TV includes unlimited DVR but does not have a free trial currently.

Watch the women’s March Madness Final Four on DIRECTV STREAM

DIRECTV STREAM has four packages to choose from. For the price, DIRECTV STREAM includes a wide variety of national and regional sports channels, including ESPN for watching the women’s Final Four in every package. However, if you want more sports, including your regional sports network, you may need to upgrade to the Choice plan or higher. You can enjoy a free trial of any DIRECTV STREAM plan before you commit.

Watch the women’s March Madness Final Four on Fubo

Fubo is a sports-centric streaming service that offers three main plans, starting at over 180 channels. ESPN is included in every plan, giving users access to the women’s Final Four games. There’s also plenty more sports and entertainment programming available with upgrades and add-ons. All plans come with 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage. Check out any Fubo plan for yourself with a free trial.

Watch the women’s March Madness Final Four on Sling TV

Sling TV is the cheapest, easiest way to stream the women’s Final Four this year. The Sling Orange plan includes ESPN in its lineup, along with ESPN2, ESPN3, TBS, TNT, and more channels to keep up with basketball even after March Madness is over. Sling TV packages come with 50 hours of DVR storage, allowing users to record games and other programming to watch whenever and wherever. There is no Sling TV free trial currently, but right now, you can get 50% off of your first month.

Watch the women’s March Madness Final Four on YouTube TV

While YouTube TV only has one base plan, that channel lineup has everything users need to tune into March Madness this year, including ESPN for the women’s Final Four. The 100+ channel lineup also includes ESPN2, ESPNU, TBS, TNT, TruTV, ABC, CBS, FS1, NFL Network, SEC Network, NBA TV, and more. YouTube TV has unlimited DVR space and offers a free trial to test out the service before signing up.


What channel is the women’s Final Four on?

The women’s NCAA Final Four will be broadcast on ESPN this year. Both games will take place the evening of Friday, April 5.

How can I watch the women’s Final Four?

You can watch the NCAA women’s Final Four by tuning in to ESPN on a wide variety of streaming services, including Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, Fubo, and YouTube TV.

Can I watch the women’s Final Four for free?

There are currently no plans to stream the women’s tournament online for free. However, a few sports streaming services, such as YouTube TV and Fubo, offer a free trial.

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