HOW to watch NCAA Gymnastics in 2020

Emily Minehart:

… it can be tricky to figure out exactly which streaming services will give you the gym programing you crave. We checked out a number of streaming providers to help you sort through the noise—and we didn’t forget our international friends. …

Our Recommendations:

For the all-around college gym fan, or anyone on a budget: Sling Orange with Sports Extra ($30/mo). You’ll be able to watch every conference except the Big Ten Network and those pesky Oklahoma meets. This is the only service we looked at that includes access to the ACC Network. You can get the BTN+ meets by adding a monthly BTN+ subscription or adding FloGymnastics. The big downside? No Olympic Channel for your elite fix, and you won’t get the Big Ten conference meet.

For the Big Ten and SEC Fan: Hulu Live TV ($44.99/mo). You’ll get the Big Ten Network and SEC Network, plus the ESPN suite and the Olympic Channel to catch elite action. To get most Big Ten meets, you’ll still need to add BTN+ or FloGymnastics.

For the Big Ten and Pac-12 Fan: FuboTV ($44.99/mo). The base package gets you BTN and Pac-12 Network, plus the ESPN suite. Add BTN+ or FloGymnastics to cover the non-prestige Big Ten meets. The bonus? You’ll also get the Olympic Channel.

For the fan of under-the-radar gymnastics: BTN+ and ESPN+ ($19.90/mo) Lucky you! Most of the meets you want to watch are streamed for free (thank you, MPSF, MRGC and EAGL!). These two subscriptions can get you access to a lot of college action for under $20.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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