ESPN has launched an Academy Sports Hours app, and it’s a welcome addition to the streaming service.
It offers up a variety of sports-focused programming and offers up more than 50 hours of sports content per day, which is pretty much what you’d expect from ESPN.
There are also several sports events that can be accessed by fans in the app, including the U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Mexico in the Rio Olympics, which can be viewed in its entirety from the United States.
There’s also an ESPN3 stream of the U-20 Women’s World Cup, which was the biggest sporting event in the United Kingdom on Monday.
There are also sports programs that aren’t available in the academy hours app, like ESPN’s ESPN3 broadcast of the 2018 FIFA Women’s Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Barcelona, which includes commentary from FIFA officials.
The match was shown live from Barcelona’s training facility.
Other content that’s available through the app is a daily schedule of ESPNU games that is also available to fans in English.
There is also a list of sports shows available in English that are currently available on ESPNU.
This includes ESPN’s Top 10 Sports, which highlights the most-watched and most-viewed sporting events on the network each day.
You can also choose to view sports content in a number of ways: from the app itself, via the ESPN Homepage, or through a subscription.
ESPN Homepages can be found at the top of the home page of the ESPN app, where you can also find an archive of all of ESPN’s homepages over the past year.
ESPNU can be a good option for people who want to watch content that isn’t available through their cable provider, or who want the ability to view content on the go.