How to Watch SEC Network on Roku [All Possible Ways] (2024)

Key Highlights

  • Install SEC Network: Go to Streaming Channels → Choose Search Channels → Search for ESPN → Select the app → Click Add Channel on Roku.
  • Activate: Open ESPN on Roku → Note the code → Enter the code on the ESPN activation website → Watch SEC Network on Roku.

SEC Network is a dedicated sports channel accessible in the US. You must install ESPN on Roku to watch SEC Network since this channel doesn’t have a dedicated application. In SEC Network, you can stream live and recorded TV shows, news, and expert analysis of the Southeastern Conference.

You can watch the SEC content 24/7, featuring SEC Football games, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Baseball, and much more, using ESPN+ or a valid TV provider subscription.

This article illustrates the possible ways to stream SEC Network on Roku.

How to Get SEC Network on Roku Using ESPN App

ESPN app allows you to stream all the SEC Network games on Roku. You can install the ESPN app from the Roku Channel Store.

#1. Turn on your Roku device and go to the Home screen.

#2. Navigate to the Streaming Channels section.

#3. Choose the Search Channels option.

Click Search channels

#4. Type ESPN in the search box and select ESPN from the suggestions.

#5. In the search results, ESPN and all related apps will appear. Select the ESPN app.

#6. You will land on the app info page.

#7. Click on the Add Channel button to install the app on Roku.

Alternate Way to Get SEC Network on Roku

#1. Go to the Roku Channel Store website ( using a web browser.

#2. Sign in with your Roku account.

#3. On the search bar, type ESPN and search for it.

#4. Click the Details button respective to the ESPN app from the search results.

#5. On the next screen, tap the Add Channel button.

#6. The ESPN app will be installed on your Roku. You are ready to watch SEC Network on Roku.

Remember, Roku will take 24 hours to add the channel. If you wish to add the channel, update the Roku to the latest version.

How to Activate ESPN on Roku to Watch SEC Network

You need to activate the ESPN app on Roku to stream video content from the SEC Network. To do so,

#1. After installation, open the ESPN app on Roku.

#2. You will get the ESPN activation code.

#3. Go to the ESPN activation website ( on your smartphone or PC.

#4. Enter the code in the specified box and click the Continue button.

Enter the code and click Continue

#5. Log in with your TV provider credentials if asked.

#6. Now, the ESPN app will be activated on your Roku. Access the app and stream all the SEC Network content.

SEC Network vs. SEC Network+

SEC Network is a TV channel, whereas SEC Network+ is a complimentary subscription available only on the ESPN app. With the help of a TV provider (both cable and live TV), you can watch all the SEC Network video content. To access SEC Network+, you need to buy an ESPN+ subscription. The content available in the SEC Network and SEC Network+ is the same.

How to Watch SEC Network on Roku

You can also watch SEC Network on Roku without cable. Ensure you subscribe to a valid streaming service to watch the SEC Network channel.

What Does the SEC Network Streams

  • SEC Network covers 1,400+ live events across the television network and in its digital platform.
  • You can stream content based on various sections like schools, sports, news, and championships.
  • This service lets you stream studio shows like SEC Nation, SEC Now, and The Paul Finebaum Show.
  • You can also stream the sports events from SEC Football games, men’s and women’s basketball, softball, and baseball games.


Can you watch SEC Network on Amazon Prime?

No. You cannot stream SEC Network on Amazon Prime Video.

How much is ESPN on Roku?

The ESPN+ subscription costs ($9.99/month) or ($99.99/year). This subscription allows you to access ESPN, ESPN2, ACCN, and SEC Network.

Where can I watch SEC Network Plus?

SEC Network+ is a free-to-air service available as an addition to SEC Network. Install ESPN on Roku to watch SEC Network+.

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