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Michigan vs. Washington: How to Watch the 2024 College Football Playoff National Championship

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The Michigan Wolverines will officially take on the Washington Huskies during the final game of the college football season for 2024. After some exciting semi-final matches during their respective New Year’s games, the top two teams will now face off against one another for the championship title. You can watch the game live on ESPN and ESPN+ on Monday (Jan. 8) starting at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Michigan has previously won nine football championships, making this the third season in a row that the team has made it to College Football Playoff.

Both teams will head to Houston, TX, to the NRG Stadium where the championship game will take place for the first-time ever. With various travel deals going on, you might be able to snag last-minute tickets to watch the game live and in-person. Can’t make it this year? You’ll still be able to livestream the college national championship online at home.

Keep reading to see the streaming options available.

How to Watch Michigan vs. Washington

The college football championship game will be taking place at 7:30 p.m. ET on Monday (Jan. 8) on ESPN and ESPN+. If you have cable, you’ll be able to watch the game live on any channel that offers ESPN. Don’t have cable? You might be able to watch Michigan vs. Washington through a HD antenna like one here from Amazon.

ESPN+ is also the official streaming platform for ESPN and its affiliates, which will be streaming the game live. If you have a subscription already, just log into your account and you’ll gain access to the livestream for no additional cost.

New to ESPN+? The sports streaming platform doesn’t offer a free trial, but it does offer budget-friendly plans starting at just $10.99/month or you can save over 15% with an annual plan for $109.99/year. Click here to start your membership or the button below.

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Along with having access to the live Michigan vs. Washington game, having a subscription will also grant you access to the entire ESPN+ library including other live sports such as NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, soccer, UFC, PPV events as well as exclusive ESPN+ programs, documentary specials and originals such as Al Davis vs. The NFL, Vick, Be Like Water, Breakaway, Man in the Arena with Tom Brady, The Captain, More Than An Athlete with Michael Strahan and Our Time Baylor Basketball.

Looking for more affordable streaming options? You can also watch the College Football Playoff National Championship through live TV streaming options like Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream and Fubo. Most of the streaming options come with free trials and promos for less than $80/month.

For less than $75, DirecTV Stream and Fubo both offer free trials as well as a mix of live TV channels including ESPN.

Hulu + Live TV will offer you the most content offerings with live TV channels and the entire Hulu library as well as a 30 day free trial.

Before you get comfy on the couch or jet off to the stadium, don’t forget to stock up on Michigan merch or Washington merch to show you pride and support for your team during the big game.

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