ESPN Full Court


ESPN Full Court

ESPN Full Court is a pay-per-view out-of-market sports package in the United States that carries college basketball games. It is available on all major cable and satellite television providers, and on any computer with Internet access and a broadband connection.

The package consists of about 150 games annually, from the season tipoff in November to the first two rounds of the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship in mid- to late-March.

The suggested retail price is $109 for the entire season, $75 for a half-season (only available in late January), and $19.95 for a single day. The season package is renewable. Full-season packages are not available for the online version.

Another pay-per-view college basketball package is NCAA Mega March Madness, it is only for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament and exclusively on DirecTV.

Other Out-of-Market / pay-per-view sports packages

*NFL Sunday Ticket
*MLB Extra Innings
*NBA League Pass
*NHL Center Ice
*NASCAR Hot Pass
*ESPN GamePlan
*MLS Direct Kick

External links

* [http://proxy.espn.go.com/ncb/fullcourt/ Official site]


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