Clemson vs. Alabama Radio Stream: How to Listen to National Championship Game Radio Broadcast

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Clemson takes on Alabama in a rematch of last season’s title game. (Getty)

Can’t make it in front of a television during the National Championship game? There are plenty of options to listen to a live radio stream of the Alabama vs. Clemson game.

Fans can listen to the national broadcast on the radio if you live in an area with an ESPN Radio station. Both Clemson and Alabama will have the team’s official broadcast for those that live in the area of the school. Finally, there are a number of streaming options to listen to the game on your phone or computer.

You can find the closest ESPN radio station by clicking here. ESPN also offers an online stream of the national radio broadcast. Click here to listen to the live stream of ESPN Radio on your computer.

The easiest way to listen to the national broadcast on your phone is to download the ESPN App in either the Google Play Store , iTunes Store or Microsoft Store. Once you download the app, click on the headphones icon on the bottom of the page then simply click play when the icon appears to stream the broadcast on a mobile device. ESPN will begin their pre-game coverage at 4 p.m. Eastern, and the game starts at 8 p.m. Eastern.

Fans can also listen to the national broadcast using the TuneIn website or apps.

Click here if you are looking for a list of the Alabama football affiliate stations. TIDE 102.9 is the local Tuscaloosa radio station and can be streamed here.

Here’s a list of the Clemson radio affiliates throughout the Southeast. Click here for links to the Clemson football radio affiliates as well as links to listen to each radio broadcast via TuneIn.

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