4K College Football Coming Soon

In the streaming services universe, Fubo TV has lagged behind the pacesetters like Sling TV and DirecTv now as far as subscribers and exposure. But one place where it has been lapping the competition is video quality delivery. This fall Fubo TV will be the first service to offer 4K college football action. The service offered the World Cup in 4K this summer and was the first to offer Major League baseball in 4k when it streamed baseball’s biggest rivalry The Boston Red Socks VS New York Yankees.

Available in 4K Beta with fuboTV on Android Mobile Phones with HDR10 displays and Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV and Roku devices that support the format* will be FOX Sports’ NCAA Football Game of the Week, including PAC12 and Big 10 games.  The confirmed schedule for the first three weeks is:

  • Aug 31 – San Diego State vs. Stanford (FS1)
  • Sept 8 – W Michigan vs. Michigan (FS1)
  • Sept 15 – Fresno State vs. UCLA (FS1)

Understand though, you must have a fully 4K capable TV. Hooking an old Roku stick to an HD TV will not give you a 4k picture. But for those who have been trying to stay ahead of the technological curve, this will be a big fall.

Compatible 4K Devices

  • AppleTV 4K
  • Chromecast Ultra
  • Desktop/Laptop Browsers
    • Internet Explorer (latest version)
    • Safari (latest version)
  • FireTV 4K
  • FireTV Cube
  • Roku Premier
  • Roku Premier+
  • Roku Ultra
  • Android Mobile Phones with HDR10 displays
    • Huawei Mate 10 Pro
    • Huawei P20
    • LG V30
    • Razer Phone
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
    • Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
    • Sony Xperia XZ Premium
    • Sony Xperia XZ1
    • Sony Xperia XZ2