Are you ready for some football? The Clemson Tigers are approaching their 119th season in college football, and you won’t want to miss any of the action this season! Can’t get to a TV? Here are some ways you can catch the game online no matter where you go.

Watch Clemson Football Live Stream with Sling TV

Have you heard of Sling TV? If not, you’re in for a treat. This service, a product of Direct TV, offers online live streaming and on demand programing from many of the most popular cable networks. This includes AMC, IFC, and so much more. It also includes sports from the ESPN family of networks, which is conveniently where most of the Clemson games will air throughout the season.

Sling TV will give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and the digital only ESPN3, which is available on the WatchESPN app that you can access with the login credentials for your account. The games that air on ABC will also stream on ESPN3, so the added access makes everything better.

Sling TV offers a basic package for only $20 per month and you don’t have to sign a contract. You can even add on the “Sports Extra” package for an additional $5 a month and get more sports channels like ESPNU and ESPNews.

You can watch Clemson football online from your computer or through connected devices such as Roku or Xbox with Sling TV. You can even try to service free for 7 days to see what you think before you pay a dime.

If you should need a streaming device to watch on your TV, then you can take advantage of the limited time promo offer: prepay 3 months of Sling TV and get a Roku 2 free or a discount on an Apple TV.

Need more information on Sling TV? Check out the full review here.

PlayStation Vue Offers Another Way to Watch Clemson Football Online

PlayStation Vue is another streaming service that offers the ESPN family of channels (and more) so you can watch Clemson football online. Vue is much like Sling TV because it gives you access to many top TV channels. Vue is available on a handful of devices, like PS3/PS4, Chromecast, Roku, etc.

Vue (review here) is more expensive than Sling TV, however.  Plans begin at $30 a month. There are also mobile streaming restrictions that keep you from watching outside of your home.

Watch Clemson Football at Home With An Antenna

Live close to town? You might be close enough in range to get the over-the-air signals from the local ABC affiliate. If so, an antenna is a great idea. Plus, you’ll have access to all of your local programming on the big networks for free and live as it airs. Need an antenna? Check out our guide to choosing a great TV antenna.

If you’re not home on game day, you can add a digital DVR which can record the over-the-air broadcasts or stream directly to your connected mobile devices. It’s like magic, but better. Check out the Tablo DVR for Clemson football live streams, and make sure to read our full OTA DVR guide for more info.

How to Get Clemson Football Live Stream Audio

For audio coverage, you’re in luck. It is completely free with TuneIn Radio. This online streaming radio service is available to everyone at the low, low cost of $0. Just download the free app to your smart phone and listen away. However, if you are so inclined you can add the premium package for $7.99 a month and get access to NFL football and several other pro sports as well.

Now that you have a better understanding of all of the legal ways you can watch Clemson Football online without cable, check out our complete college football guide here.

Live Streaming on Clemson Tigers Official Site

The easiest, most straightforward way to watch the Clemson Tigers play online is through their official website. Clemson Tigers HD broadcasts all of the college’s athletic contests live and in high-definition. For more information, just visit their website at (www.ClemsonTigers.com).

WatchESPN Application

The Worldwide Leader in Sports also has you covered this season! With WatchESPN, you can watch your Tigers anytime, anywhere, and on any device with the WatchESPN app. For no additional cost, you can live stream any WatchESPN Network when you receive ESPN as part of your regular TV programming through a designated TV provider.

For games broadcasted on ESPN3, you can stream the game for free through your on-campus internet provider. Download the WatchESPN app at (WatchESPN.com) or from your app store, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Google Play, Roku, or Windows Store.

NCAA College Pass

Another aggregate of ESPN is the NCAA College Pass. For those of who who are hardcore college football fans, and want to see every ESPN college sports broadcast, you can purchase a monthly or yearly pass. This will include not just college football, but every sport that ESPN broadcasts. If you’re not into other sports, the yearly pass will seem too expensive, and the monthly subscription will work for you.

The ACC App

The Clemson Tigers are members of the ACC Conference. Fortunately, there’s an app for that! The ACC offers the ACC Sports app, which allows fans to watch key football and basketball games throughout the entire season.

The app can be downloaded on your Apple or Android smartphone or tablet. You can purchase a season-long subscription for $7.99.

Contact Your Cellular Carrier

If you are fortunate enough to get your cell service through Sprint or Verizon, you’re in luck. Some providers have ESPN mobile as part of their subscription and for a small fee a month, you can watch a certain number of games on your device.

The only issue you may have is the fact that you’ll be watching the game on your smartphone. If you can push the feed through to your TV via AppleTV or another type of hardware, that will work as well.

Other Live Streaming Sites

From this point forward, anything mentioned here is to be taken as a last resort option. There are many sites like Firstrowsports, P2P4U and Stream2Watch that will offer live streaming of games for free. However, be extremely cautious when using them.

Some of them may ask you for information such as credit cards, ask you to take surveys, and the like. Be prepared by making sure your computer is protected from anything harmful. If you find nothing suspicious, and you feel safe, go right ahead! Many of these sites are available, as long as you can tolerate the pop-ups.

Go Tigers!