Stadium sets college football streaming schedule with Facebook exclusives

Stadium includes a 24/7 linear feed distributed across both digital and broadcast platforms, as well as a library of VOD digital content including additional games and events. (Stadium)

Stadium, a free streaming and broadcast sports network, will stream 31 NCAA college football games during the upcoming season.

The lineup features games from Conference USA, Mountain West and Patriot League and will kick off on August 31 with a Saturday night doubleheader. In partnership with Facebook, 15 of those games will be available exclusively on the platform via the Stadium: Live College Football Show Page.

“After two tremendous seasons of college football on Stadium, we really feel like we’re offering our strongest schedule yet with our 2019 slate of games,” said Stadium CEO Jason Coyle in a statement. “We’re always looking to raise the bar and can’t wait for another exciting season of college football on Stadium.”

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Stadium’s lead broadcast team consists of broadcaster Chris Hassel on play-by-play, Packers veteran A.J. Hawk as lead analyst and Stadium’s Kristen Balboni on the sidelines.

Stadium includes a 24/7 linear feed distributed across both digital and broadcast platforms, as well as a library of VOD digital content including additional games and events. The network officially launched on August 21, 2017.

Stadium offers original programming and live sports including high school football games and Major League Lacrosse games. Earlier this year, the network signed two deals to expand its distribution. In January Stadium launched on Sinclair’s ad-supported streaming service STIRR and in February Stadium launched its linear channel on Sling TV.

Stadium is also available through its OTA broadcast network, WatchStadium.com and dedicated channels on Roku and FuboTV.

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