SEC Network (South Eastern Conference) is a 24/7 live television network launched by ESPN. It primarily telecasts 21 sports tournaments that include 45+ football events, 150+ basketball games, and 75+ baseball events. In addition, you can stream Equestrian, Gymnastics, Tennis, Volleyball, etc. To stream SEC Network, you have to install the ESPN app on your Roku device.
Is SEC Network free on Roku?
No, SEC Network can be streamed only with an ESPN+ subscription. You must subscribe to a monthly or annual plan to get access to the ESPN content. As an alternative, you can sign up with your cable TV provider or streaming services account.
How to Watch SEC Network on Roku
You can watch the SEC Network on Roku using two methods. They are:
- Using the ESPN channel
- Without a Cable TV provider
How to Install ESPN to Watch SEC Network on Roku
Since there is no separate channel for SEC Network, you can add ESPN on Roku to stream its content. Follow these instructions to do the same.
1. Turn on your Roku device and connect it to the internet.
2. Press the Home button on the remote to view the home screen.
3. From the menu, click on Streaming Channels.
4. Following that, click the Search Channels option.
5. Search for ESPN and choose the app from the search results.
6. Click the Add Channel button, and the ESPN app will start to install on Roku.
7. Once the ESPN app is installed, select the OK button.
8. Finally, select the Go to Channel button to launch the ESPN channel.
How to Activate ESPN on Roku
You need to activate your ESPN account to stream SEC Network on Roku.
1. Launch the ESPN app on Roku. It will display an Activation Code, take note of it.
2. Visit the activation website of ESPN https://www.espn.com/watch/activate.
3. Enter the Activation Code into the required field and click on Continue.
4. Select your TV provider and sign in with your login details.
5. The ESPN homepage will display on the Roku TV screen.
6. Search for SEC Network and choose it from the search result.
Now, you can stream your favorite games using the SEC Network on Roku.
How to Watch SEC Network on Roku Without Cable
These are the streaming services that offer ESPN to watch the SEC Network.
- DirecTV Stream
- Fubo TV
- Sling TV
- YouTube TV
Hulu has a library of Hulu Originals, movies, and TV shows. It has several plans but you have to get the Hulu + Live TV plan to stream SEC Network and other live events. This plan costs $69.99/month that offers 85+ top networks, unlimited cloud DVR, and a Live TV guide.
With DirecTV Stream, you can watch your favorite movies, shows, series, sports, and much more. SEC Network is available on DirecTV Stream along with other channels like CBS, Cartoon Network, ESPN, Fox, History, and much more. To watch SEC Network, you must subscribe to either Choice ($99.99/mo), Ultimate ($109.99/mo), or Premier ($154.99/mo).
fuboTV offers SEC Network with the Pro plan ($74.99/mo) in selected states like Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, South Carolina, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, and Tennessee. If you are living outside these states, you have to purchase any of these add-on packages – Sports Lite ($9.99/mo) or fubo Extra ($7.99/mo).
Sling TV is the cheapest way to get SEC Network along with 40+ channels. It has two plans which contain popular channels like ABC News Live, CNN, MSNBC, etc. You must subscribe to Sling Orange ($40/mo) and Sports Extra add-on ($11/mo) to stream SEC Network.
Vidgo offers SEC Network in these three packages – Ultimate ($99.95/mo), Premium ($79.95/mo), and Plus ($64.95/mo). It offers 20 hours of free DVR in all these plans. Vidgo also has top sports networks like ESPN, ACC Network, ESPNU, Big Ten Network, etc.
YouTube TV allows you to stream SEC ESPN Network on its base package ($64.99/mo). You can watch live TV from over 100+ channels like ESPN, ESPN 2, Golf Channel, HGTV, and more. Moreover, you will get unlimited cloud DVR space to record your favorite events.
How to Watch SEC Network on Roku for Free
Use the free trial of these streaming services to watch SEC Network for free. Make sure to cancel the plan before the trial period ends to avoid auto-renewal.
|Live TV Streaming Services||Free Trial|
|Hulu + Live TV||7 days|
|YouTube TV||7 days|
|DirecTV Stream||5 days|
Yes, you can watch the SEC Network on Roku with the ESPN channel and streaming services like Hulu, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and more.
You can use the free trial offered by the streaming services that offer SEC Network for free.
SEC Network is not included on Amazon Prime.
SEC Network+ is a 24/7 live television network that streams exclusive digital events. You need to sign up with a TV provider or ESPN+ credentials to access SECN+ on your device.