This is it, the Final Four, the last four teams in college basketball for the year. It is one of the most exciting events in sports and the two games making up the Final Four are always great causes for excitement. Whether it’s a buzzer beater, an upset, or just an incredible performance by an individual player there is always something to look forward to. And now, you can get the Final Four live stream without cable TV!
The best part of watching the Final Four is catching all of the action live. Well, even if you don’t have cable you can still easily watch every game of the Final Four streaming. That’s because there are multiple ways to watch the Final Four online now that cable cutting has becoming a quickly growing trend. This year, the Final Four will air on TBS. Below are all of the details you need.
Watch the Final Four Live Stream on Sling TV
Your bracket may be busted, but you still need to watch the final four. After all, if you have even one team still in it, and they go on to win the whole thing, you could still win your pool. Have a little hope.
For streaming the final four online, we would recommend going with Sling TV. Sling TV splits its channels between two packages, Sling Orange (for $20 a month) and Sling Blue (for $25 a month), and both have TBS.
Check out the channel list on both and see which overall package you like better—either way, you’ll be able to stream the final four games online.
Sling TV Device compatibility
You can stream the final four games with Sling TV on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and other major streaming services.
You can try out Sling TV and watch the final four for free with a 7-day trial.
Watch a Final Four Live Stream on the March Madness Live App
The March Madness Live App offered NCAA Tournament live streaming for select games last season, and they might do the same this year. We’ll update this section when we learn more about this app’s offerings for 2018.
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch The Final Four Online
PlayStation Vue is a popular online streaming service offered by Sony. Their packages start from $30 per month for 45+ channels. In the package are channels like ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, truTV, FS1, and CNN. CBS is also included in select areas, but availability is limited. If you live in an area where CBS is offered, you can use Vue for the Final Four stream.
You can stream PlayStation Vue with PlayStation Consoles, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. One more thing to note is that on the mobile devices, if you stream away from your house some of the channels are blocked. But, overall PlayStation Vue is another great way to watch the Final Four online for some folks. If you want to learn even more, check out our review of PlayStation Vue.
Final Four Streaming Schedule
*All times listed in Eastern Time
*All games can be viewed using Sling TV
Saturday, March 31st
Loyola (Chicago) vs Michigan, 6:09 p.m. ET, (TBS)
Monday, April 2nd
NCAA Championship, 9:20 p.m. ET, (TBS)
For more info, check the Final Four Schedule.