Watch the ACC Championship Online: Clemson vs North Carolina Live Stream

watch acc championship online

The Clemson Tigers and North Carolina Tar Heels will travel to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC to face off for the title of Atlantic Coast Conference Champion. The game kicks off at 8:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 5.

The ACC has a broadcast agreement with ABC and the ESPN family of networks through the 2026-2027 season. Their conference championship will be aired in primetime this Saturday on ABC. Normally this would be difficult to watch from the comfort of your own home without a cable subscription. However, there are now great and legal options for you to watch Clemson vs. North Carolina live stream with ease!

Read on to learn about how you can watch the 2015 ACC Championship Online


Clemson Tigers vs North Carolina Tar Heels Preview

The Clemson Tigers have been the dominant force to be reckoned with this season. They are sitting undefeated at 12-0 heading into the ACC championship game and our the top-ranked team in the nation according to the AP Poll. Wins over ranked Notre Dame and Florida State have been their biggest victories thus far, but a win this Saturday will basically guarantee a spot in the college football playoff and a chance to be named national champions.

The North Carolina Tar Heels have become a team to watch year in and year out in college football. They are having another fantastic year and look to continue that by closing out their season with the title of ACC champion and a shot at a top bowl game. They are ranked 8th in the AP Poll and the only flaw on their resume was a tough loss to South Carolina in their first game of the year. A win over 1st-ranked Clemson could do wonders to this North Carolina team. The way the decisions have been made in the past there’s no way to totally rule the Tar Heels out of being chosen for the college football playoffs with a victory over the Tigers.


Use Sling TV To Watch Clemson Play North Carolina Online This Saturday

what is sling tv

Dish Network announced it would launch Sling TV early in 2015 in response to the fast growing trend of people cutting their cable description. Sling TV (review) noticed there were not many other live streaming options that offered a wide array of channels. It has gained popularity because it provides live access to popular channels including a solid amount of live sporting events. Sling TV will be an ideal resource for you to live stream the ABC broadcast of Clemson vs. North Carolina online.

Sling TV’s starting package features over 20 cable channels. Included are channels like TNT, TBS, AMC, ESPN, and ESPN2. Sling TV and ESPN also have an agreement for subscribers to access WatchESPN with their Sling TV credentials. By accessing WatchESPN, you will be able to live stream ABC’s main broadcast on ESPN3 and therefore watch Clemson vs. North Carolina live this Saturday.

Sling TV’s subscriptions starts at just $20 per month. There is no contract required and your subscription can be cancelled at any time. Its live streams can be watch on your tablet, computer, phone, or even your TV if you utilize a connected device. Sling TV offers add-on packages if you would like to include more channels in your subscription. The cost is only $5 per month and adds several channels focused on a specific niche. One example is the Sports Extra Package which includes ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, and the SEC Network.

If you would like to give Sling TV a test run you can capitalize on its free 7-day trial it has ongoing. If you begin the trial now you can even watch Clemson vs. North Carolina online this weekend for no cost at all. Click here to start a free 7-day trial.

There is also another limited-time offer from Sling TV. If you pay in advance for three months of your service, Sling TV will give you a free Roku Streaming Stick or Roku 3 streaming player. Both devices connect to your TV and will let you watch games like Clemson vs. North Carolina live on your TV! Click now to learn more about these limited-time offers.


Other College Football Games to Watch Online This Weekend

*All games can be watched on Sling TV and/or WatchESPN

Saturday, December 5, Texas vs Baylor, 12:00 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Saturday, December 5, Temple vs Houston, 12:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Saturday, December 5, USC vs Stanford, 7:45 p.m. ET (ESPN)



Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier has a background in finance and information technology and has written for publications with themes ranging from sports to enterprise technology and investments.
Matt Pelletier