Wrestling fans, get ready: it’s time for the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championship! The action begins today, March 16th, and continues through Saturday, March 18th. As the best teams in Division I descend on St. Louis for this epic event, millions of fans will tune in from home for the action. If you’re looking for the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream, look no further than the guide below.
The 2017 Championships will air on ESPN and ESPNU, with the Championship Finals on ESPN. Here’s the good news, though: you don’t need cable TV to watch! You can now watch NCAA Wrestling Championship online, without cable, using the services described below.
Get the NCAA Wrestling Championship Live Stream with Sling TV
Sling TV will be the best method to get the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships stream. This service offers users the ability to watch live TV without a cable subscription. Basically, it works over the internet, and instead of using a cable box, you use a compatible streaming device like a Roku, Apple TV, etc. or watch on your smartphone, tablet or computer. You can actually get a FREE Roku streaming device if you prepay for 2 months of Sling TV in advance!
Sling TV starts at just $20 per month, with no contract. To get the NCAA Wrestling Championships live stream in its entirety, you’ll want to get “Sling Orange” (the basic package) and then add on “Sports Extra”, an add-on package that costs an extra $5 per month and adds on an additional 15 channels. In total, you’ll pay $25 per month for 45+ channels, including ESPN and ESPNU, the two networks that will host the entire 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships. In addition, you’ll get NBA TV, SEC Network, Pac-12 Network, CNN, AMC, TNT, TBS, and a whole lot more! Check our Sling TV review for all the channels.
To get the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream free, check out Sling TV’s free 7-day trial!
Watch NCAA Wrestling Championships Online with DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW is another great service that will be useful for the NCAA Wrestling Championships stream. The service offers both ESPN and ESPNU in it’s “Just Right” package, which costs $50 per month for 80+ channels. It’s a great service with tons of great channels, but since it’s significantly more expensive, we generally recommend Sling TV as the first choice.
Like Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW is an online service, so you don’t need cable to watch it. It’s also a non-contract service. You can watch it on your mobile devices, computers, and on your TV via a compatible streaming device. To learn more, check out our DIRECTV NOW review.
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