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All the ways to watch the CFP National Championship via ESPN’s MegaCast

There are a 11 ways to watch the CFP National Championship Game on various ESPN platforms. Here’s how to find the coverage you want to see.

College Football National Championship logo at the George R Brown Convention Center, the sight of Playoff Fan Central. Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports

The 2024 College Football Playoff Championship Game takes place on Monday, featuring the No. 2 Washington Huskies and the No. 1 Michigan Wolverines kicking off at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game will take place at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

ESPN will provide a MegaCast of the championship showdown where fans will have a variety of coverage options for how to tune into the game. Sadly one of them will not be the ESPN Film Room, which had plenty of head coaches breaking down the game in real time using the All-22 film and clickers during the contest. That’s for sure a loss, as it was the best way to learn about the game while it was happening.

Here’s the full list of how to watch the game on all ESPN platforms.

ESPN: Main telecast with Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit on the call in the booth. Holly Rowe (Michigan) and Molly McGrath (Washington) will be on the sidelines reporting on both teams.
ESPN2: Field Pass with the Pat McAfee Show, featuring AJ Hawk, Darius Butler, Anthony DiGuilio, Connor Campbell, Ty Schmit, and other unannounced celebrities.
ESPNU: Command Center. The game will be presented from multiple angles with live stats on the screen.
ESPNews: AT&T 5G Skycast. Presents the game from a camera above the field.
ESPN Deportes: Spanish language telecast with Eduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega, Katia Castorena, and Sebastian M. Christensen on the call.
ESPN Radio/ESPN App: National radio broadcast with Sean McDonough and Greg McElroy on the call. Ian Fitzsimmons and Kris Budden will be reporting from the sidelines.
ESPN App: All 22. Game presented from overhead angle where viewers can see all 22 players on the field. Commentary provided by ESPN radio crew.
ESPN 4K: The same game, but presented in the highest of hi-def. This only matters if you have a newer and fancy TV, and have the right settings in use.
ESPN App: Michigan radio broadcast with Doug Karsch, Jon Jansen and Jason Avant.
ESPN App: Washington radio broadcast with Tony Castricone, Cam Cleeland and Elise Woodward
ESPN App: Pregame and halftime performances of both Georgia and TCU marching bands.