Final Four live streams: How to watch 2022 NCAA Tournament semifinals without cable


The Final Four has arrived, and after a March full of chaos, the four teams left in April are among the giants of college basketball.

Since the men’s basketball bracket expanded out to 64 teams, Duke, Kansas, North Carolina and Villanova have combined for 14 of the 36 national championships won in the sport. Each team has been in the national championship over the past 10 tournaments, and Kansas is the only program that has not won a title in that span. It last won a title in 2008.

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Though there’s no true Cinderella left for fans, the talent and prestige among the four remaining teams make this year’s Final Four one of the most anticipated in the sport’s history. Duke and UNC make up the sport’s biggest rivalry and meet for the first time in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, while Villanova and Kansas each ended the season ranked as top-10 teams.

This leaves many wondering how to watch the matchups. Fortunately, there are a number of different streaming options that will make it easy for college basketball fans to watch both of the Final Four games and the national championship.

Here’s a breakdown of where and how you can watch the 2022 NCAA Tournament Final Four.

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Final Four live streams 2022

The first four rounds of March Madness were carried on a variety of channels. The Final Four will be simplified: all games are on TBS.

TBS will provide exclusive coverage of the games between No. 2 Duke and No. 8 UNC, as well as between No. 1 Kansas and No. 2 Villanova, that are both on Saturday, April 2. The latter will be the first game, starting at 6:09 p.m. ET, while the rivalry matchup of Duke and UNC will be held at 8:49 p.m. ET. Both games will be at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. The national championship will be on Monday, April 4, at 9:20 p.m. ET.

Fans hoping to catch the action can watch it on TBS with their cable subscription, or find a live stream of the games. March Madness Live will have all three games open to watch for free, but there are other cable streaming options that would have the games on TBS. The cheapest option is to use Sling TV, which offers its blue bundle discounted $10 for the first month at a price of $24.99. It will be $34.99 per month after the first month of signing up.

  Sling Blue YouTube TV fuboTV Hulu + Live DirecTV Stream
TBS Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Price $24.99 (first month) $64.99 $64.99 $69.99 $69.99

How to watch the 2022 Final Four without cable

Fans who want to tune into the remaining March Madness games can watch the Final Four games either using Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, DirecTV Stream or March Madness live. New users of Sling TV can get $10 off their first month’s subscription and March Madness Live provides free access to the games without a cable or streaming service subscription.

Can I watch the 2022 Final Four on Sling TV?

Sling TV includes the Turner Broadcasting System, which will be the home of all three remaining 2022 NCAA Men’s Tournament games. Users will be able to sign up for Sling TV with a $10 discount on the first month, that will set the cost at just $24.99. It will be $34.99 per month after the discounted trial period.

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