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The first thing you do when you get your cable TV connection is to find your favorite channels in the lineup. For all the sports-crazy people out there, learning which channel number is ESPN on is crucial. After all, how else can their day even begin?

Nobody wants to miss a match of their favorite sport. There’s just something about watching the game and appreciating how human beings master their physicality. Not to forget the rush of adrenaline that you experience coursing through your body. One missed catch or one right swing of the bat, and the entire game is in your pocket. These are the moments to live for, right?

It’s not surprising then, that if you get ESPN on your cable TV channel lineup and don’t know what number the channel airs on, people are rendered mute in shock. How un-American of you! Then again it’s unlikely to be the case. You’re sure to be rummaging through channel guides to figure out where your favorite channel is. It can be quite a hassle, we agree. So, we’re here to help ease your burden.

Spectrum is a popular cable provider among the masses, which is why you always find helpful content online that furnishes answers to your queries. This article too, is sure to answer the ESPN on Spectrum question. So, just keep on reading!

Why ESPN?

ESPN is staple TV, a household name, without which perhaps no channel lineup can ever be complete. The network has been long dedicated to providing the best coverage of sports. Launched in 1979 by Scott and Bill Rasmussen, as a joint venture shared by Hearst Communications and The Walt Disney Company, ESPN is one of the most popular choices as far as the sports channels watched in America. The network soon became the most sought-after channel to have. No evening TV session could be complete without it. Quality coverage and uninterrupted broadcast earned the network a big name among sports enthusiasts nationwide.  

Sure, its coverage is accused of being biased, but which network isn’t? Despite it all ESPN has managed to create its own place in the hearts of people and built a massive following. It covers a variety of sports, including golf, basketball, soccer, and of course the American favorite, baseball! And, with such a great selection, it’s hard to go wrong.

ESPN on Spectrum TV

Carried by Spectrum TV, ESPN manages to reach all states where Spectrum has a footprint. It is no surprise then that ESPN and Spectrum both enjoy a huge subscriber base. The best in their respective industries come together to complement one another remarkably well. Add to it the fact the ESPN network does not offer just one channel, you’re guaranteed to have a great experience with your Spectrum cable TV service.

The network offers a number of channels apart from the signature ESPN. And, these various sister channels have also come to enjoy a widespread appeal among sports fanatics, making the ESPN network an all-time favorite. With all the live sports coverage, the variety of trending sports news and analyses, etc., ESPN never lets you miss out on the latest sports action. Looking to watch tennis? Or how about soccer? Even if you want to get a hold of what’s going on in the world of cricket and rugby, ESPN has your back. You can watch everything sports to your heart’s content.  

ESPN Channels Offered on Spectrum Plans

Spectrum is well aware of how important your daily dose of sports is, which is why no matter which lineup you choose—Gold, Silver or the more basic Select—you will get access to some great sports content. Given how loved the ESPN network is among sports fans, Spectrum ensures you get a few ESPN channels in each package, so you can stay abreast of the latest in all things sports.

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ESPN Channel Numbers on the Spectrum Channel Lineup

All the popular ESPN channels and their numbers so you can get to watch your sports favorites right away. The channel numbers are dependent on the city and state you are located in, so they vary from one area to another. Meaning, the channel number that ESPN is aired on Spectrum TV in Los Angeles will be different from that on Spectrum TV in New York. Just call 855-423-0918 or visit Spectrum Channel Lineup page for channel number.

Flavors from ESPN Programming

Over time, ESPN has sure presented a great number of memorable programs—some that have been canceled and others that are ongoing.

Pardon the Interruption has been an all-time favorite since it premiered 20 years ago. A sports TV show that airs on weekdays and is hosted by Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon. Fans don’t want to miss a single episode given how charged and exciting a watch it becomes as Kornheiser and Wilbon analyze and argue over the top sports stories of the day. No wonder the likes of Tom Hanks and David Letterman have been among the famous followers of the ESPN show.

30 for 30 is a sports documentary series that brings forth interesting people and events from the history of sports—over time the series extended its scope to include stories from the world of Soccer too. Premiered in 2009 to mark ESPN’s 30 years in the industry, the docuseries featured 30 films from Hollywood directors and producers. With an ESPN subscription via Spectrum, you may just be able to catch some glorious titles from the series—Kings Ransom, The Band That Wouldn’t Die, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs the New York Knicks, Without Bias, The House of Steinbrenner, and more. 

First Take is a sports talk show starring analysts and veteran sports reporters Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith, while Molly Qerim acts as the moderator—it makes for an engaging watch as Kellerman and Smith debate the topics introduced by Qerim not only with each other but guests on the show as well. 

Watch ESPN Online with Spectrum TV

The great thing about Spectrum TV is the fun never ends.

Spectrum offers you access to ESPN programming online at no additional cost. If you like to watch your games on your smartphone, signing in to the ESPN app is the perfect solution. All you need to access it is a subscription to ESPN in your cable package. If your lineup includes the ESPN channels you can stream them without incurring any extra cost. You will need a good internet connection to stream though. We’d recommend you subscribe to Spectrum Internet. The bundle deals on offer make for a temptation hard to resist!

So, how exactly can you watch ESPN online?

Well, for computers, you will need to visit WatchESPN. Once there, sign in with your Spectrum credentials. For mobile phones and tablets as well as Roku and Apple TV, the process is a little different. You will have to download the ESPN app first, which you can easily find at the app stores, and sign in via that.

To sign in on WatchESPN do the following:

  1. Visit com/watch
  2. Choose the program you wish to watch.
  3. Select Spectrum as your cable provider.
  4. Next, enter your Spectrum username and password.
  5. Voila, click on sign in and watch!

To sign in via the ESPN app, follow these steps:

  1. Download the ESPN app and launch it.
  2. Choose a program you wish to watch. A dialog box will pop-up asking you if you want to use your cable service provider to access the content.
  3. Click on Allow.
  4. Then choose Spectrum as your provider, and press OK.
  5. Next, enter your Spectrum username and password
  6. Voila, click sign in and watch!

ESPNews on Spectrum—a Must-Have!

Before we close, let’s add a pro tip for our sports-crazy audience out there.

In addition to ESPN2—which is ESPN’s home for tennis, and also broadcasts a big chunk of the network’s soccer output—ESPNews is a must-have for true sports fans. The only thing is while ESPN2 is included in Spectrum TV Select, Silver, and Gold, if you want to watch ESPNews you must be subscribed to Silver or Gold. And, honestly, you should do that. Because, you won’t ever miss out on any of the happenings related to sports—your favorite athletes, their likes, dislikes, everything… you’ll be the first to know!

Remember the opportunity to upgrade your Spectrum TV plan is always there. If you find yourself interested and have any questions that need answering in this regard, give Spectrum Customer Service a call at 1-855-423-0918

FAQs

What channel is ESPN on Spectrum in Ohio?

All the ESPN channels are available on Spectrum in Ohio. You can tune in to the following channels to watch your favorite sports.

What channel is ESPN on Spectrum in New York?

Being a customer of Spectrum is not less than a treat. Below you will find all the ESPN channels on Spectrum in New York.

What channel is ESPN on Spectrum in Texas?

If you live in Texas, you can tune in to the following channels to watch your favorite sports shows:

What channel is ESPN on Spectrum in NC?

You can watch ESPN on channel 39 in NC on Spectrum. You can also enjoy other ESPN channels including, ESPN2 on channel 68, ESPN Deportes on channel 440, ESPNews on channel 302, and ESPNU on channel 370.