The 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.
Hulu Live Offers the NCAA Wrestling Championship Live Stream
Hulu’s on-demand service are also included
Hulu with Live TV is an extension of the Hulu on-demand service. This means that each account includes all of the on-demand content that Hulu offers plus over 60 live channels. ESPN and ESPNU are included in this package. You can find out about other channels in the Hulu Live channel lineup! Prices start at $45 per month. The combination between live and on-demand content should give you plenty to watch.
Upgrade to Simultaneously Stream on Unlimited Devices
Not only can you watch the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream, you may also be able to save it to watch later. Hulu Live offers a cloud-based DVR that has 50-hours of space. This should be plenty of room to save all the matches in the next few days. Of course, if you need more room an upgrade is available for a fee. You can also add movie channels to your account for an up-charge. You can watch NCAA Wrestling Championship online with Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, gaming consoles, Roku, computers, mobile devices, and more. Find out more with our Hulu with Live TV review.
Hulu with Live TV highlights:
- Plans from $45/month with 60+ live channels
- A cloud-DVR is included – 50-hours of space is available
- ESPN and ESPNU are included with 60+ other channels
- Hulu on-demand is also included
- A free Hulu Live 7-day trial starts your subscription!
Get the NCAA Wrestling Championship Live Stream with Sling TV
Watch the entire championship for free with the one-week trial
Sling TV starts at just $25 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 $30 per month for 45+ channels, including ESPN and ESPNU, the two networks that will host the entire 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.
Dozens of Channels are Available to be Added On
Sling TV will be one of the best methods to get the 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. To get the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream free, check out Sling TV’s free 7-day trial!
Sling TV details:
- Sling Orange offers ESPN and 30 other channels
- Adding the Sports Bundle for $5 gets you ESPNU and 10 other channels
- Plans from $25 a month
- An on-demand library is part of your package
- Check out current member specials
- Watch the NCAA Wrestling Championship live stream on Chromecast, computers, Fire TV, mobile devices, Apple TV, Roku, and more
- Get a free weeklong Sling TV trial
Watch NCAA Wrestling Championships Online with DIRECTV NOW
The starter package includes HBO and 40 other channels
DIRECTV NOW is another great service that will be useful for the NCAA Wrestling Championships stream. The service offers both ESPN and ESPNU, in its “Max” package, which costs $70 per month for 50+ channels. It’s a great service with tons of great channels, but since it’s significantly more expensive, we generally recommend Sling TV or one of the other services mentioned as the first choice.
HBO is Available in Both Plans
DIRECTV NOW does offer a cheaper package that starts at $50 per month. This package has 40+ channels and it does include ESPN. ESPNU is only available in the second packaged that was mentioned above. 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. Click here to try DIRECTV NOW free for 7 days!
DIRECTV NOW details:
- Plans starting at $50 per month
- 40+ or 50+ channels in each package
- HBO is included
- Watch ESPN & ESPNU with the Max pack ($70) or just ESPN in the Plus plan for $50
- Local channels are available in some areas
- A cloud-DVR is included as well as an on-demand library
- A one-week free trial is available risk-free
YouTube TV has NCAA Wrestling Championship Streaming
Plans start at $40 with 50+ channels
YouTube TV also has what you need to stream NCAA Wrestling Championship in their basic package. 50 channels kick things off for $40 a month. This will include both ESPN and ESPNU, along with other channels like FX, USA, TNT, AMC, and many other channels. You’ll be able to watch NCAA Wrestling Championship online using the YouTube TV app or you can use the WatchESPN app. Other TV Everywhere apps can also be used.
Make User Profiles for the Whole Family
An on-demand library is also included, and you’ll have a cloud-based DVR. The DVR features unlimited space. New recordings are available to be held for nine months at a time. Amazon Fire TV are not compatible, but you’ll be able to stream on Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, and mobile devices. You can learn more with our YouTube TV review.
YouTube TV details:
- 50+ channels are available
- Local channels are included, but are not live nationwide yet
- WatchESPN and other TV Everywhere apps are included
- An on-demand library is included
- Watch on Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, and mobile devices
- A cloud-based DVR offers unlimited space
- Get the YouTube TV free 7-day trial
PS Vue is Here to Watch the NCAA Wrestling Championships Streaming
Choose from four packages with multiple ESPN networks available
PlayStation Vue is one more way to watch NCAA Wrestling Championship online without cable. Packages start at $45 per month and include ESPN in the smallest package. However, if you want ESPNU, you’ll need the Core package, which is available for $50. You’ll have over 50 channels, with local channels available in some areas. An on-demand library and TV Everywhere apps are also included.
Stream on Multiple Devices at One Time
Family features allow you to stream on up to five devices at once or to make multiple user profiles, so that everyone has their own space and DVR access. Speaking of the DVR, it will hold recordings for up to 28-days. With PS Vue you can stream on PS3, PS4, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, and many other devices. You can learn more in our PS Vue review.
PlayStation Vue details:
- The PS Vue 5-day trial is allows you to try the service for yourself
- Plans from $45 a month
- Four available plans including 50+ channels in each package
- ESPN, ESPNU, and many other channels
- Family features allow you streaming on multiple devices at once and making user profiles
You can also sign-up to try the 5-day PS Vue trial.
To learn more about the NCAA Wrestling Tournament, check out the live updates here. For more info on watching other sports, check out our sports streaming guide.