How to Watch Women’s March Madness 2024 Games Online Without Cable

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The NCAA women’s tournament will finish its second round on Monday (March 25) before entering the Sweet 16 portion, as teams compete to make it to the championship on April 7. The 68 teams are dwindling down, and if you want to watch the 2024 women’s March Madness games live, there are a few streaming options to livestream the basketball games without cable.

If you prefer to watch the women’s 2024 March Madness games live, you can still get tickets to the NCAA tournament through Ticketmaster, StubHub, Vivid Seats, Seat Geek and Gametime — especially if you want to watch Iowa’s standout player Caitlin Clark live and in-person.


For those who couldn’t score travel deals or just want to stream the games live from your couch, there are a few live TV streamers airing both women and men’s March Madness games.

Keep reading to how to watch the women’s March Madness 2024 games.

Where to Watch Women’s March Madness 2024 Games Online

The NCAA tournament will be livestreamed on CBS, ESPN and ABC. If you don’t have cable, you might be able to watch the games live through an HD antenna like one of these from Amazon. Cord cutters can also take advantage of free trials and promos from live TV streamers like DirecTV Stream, Sling TV, Fubo and Hulu + Live TV to stream the women’s March Madness games without cable.

DirecTV Stream is offering a special sports and entertainment package that’ll save you an upwards of $30 for the first three months. New users will also receive a five day free trial when you sign up. The best part about DirecTV Stream is the amount of local and cable channel options, which includes ABC, CBS, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2, NBC, truTV and ESPNU.

$84.98/month for 3 months $94.98/month 11% off

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Sling TV is offering $10 off the first month giving you access to like ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, TBS, TNT, FS1, truTV and Fox. You can choose between the Orange or Blue plan or combine the two for the most channel options. You can also take advantage of Sling’s Ultimate Basketball Offers, which will save you up to $40 for four months.

$30/month for first month $40/month 25% off

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Fubo offers a seven day free trial for new users who sign up and on top of that you can take advantage of the live TV streamer’s $20 off promo. For the first month, you can get $20 off all of the platform’s plans that’ll get you over 100 channels, DVR storage and the ability to watch content on up to 10 devices.

$59.99/month for first month $79.99/month 25% off

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For the most content offerings, Hulu + Live TV gives you access to the entire Hulu library as well as hundreds of live channels to watch March Madness at home for free. As an added bonus, new users receive a 30-day free trial. Once the free trial is over, you’ll be charged the regular subscription fee of $76.99/month. You can save more money by bundling ESPN+ and Disney+ for more programs.

$76.99/month after 30 days free

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Only some games will be streamed on ESPN+ including the Final Four games. While ESPN+ doesn’t come with a free trial for new users, you can enjoy live sports and original content all in one place and for only $10.99/month. Check here to see which women’s March Madness games are on ESPN+.


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Women’s March Madness 2024 Schedule

The Second Round concludes Monday (March 25), which will determine the final teams going into the Sweet 16. The remaining games include Belmont vs. Penn State at 6 p.m. ET, Syracuse vs. UConn at 6 p.m. ET, Oklahoma vs. Indiana at 6:30 p.m. ET, West Virginia vs. Iowa at 8 p.m. ET, Creighton vs. UCLA at 8:30 p.m. ET, Kansas vs. USC at 10 p.m. ET and Utah vs. Gonzaga at 10:30 p.m. ET.

Sweet 16 teams confirmed so far include Texas, Stanford, Oregon State, South Carolina, Colorado, LSU, Duke and Baylor.

Click here for the full and updated women’s March Madness 2024 schedule.

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