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Stadium College Sports

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Stadium College Sports
Stadium College Sports.png
Logo for Stadium College Sports Pacific.
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaNationwide
Picture format720p (HDTV)
(HD feeds downgraded to letterboxed 480i for SDTVs)
OwnerDiamond Sports Group
(a joint venture between Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios)
Sister channelsTennis Channel
Bally Sports
Honor Club
LaunchedSeptember 4, 2004; 17 years ago (2004-09-04)
Former namesFox Sports Digital Networks (2001–2004)
Fox College Sports (2004–2021)
Verizon Fios812 (Atlantic)
813 (Central)
814 (Pacific)
Available on select U.S. cable systemsCheck local listings
DirecTV (U.S.)608, 608-1, 608-2 (live games only)
(All SD only)
AT&T Uverse647 Atlantic
648 Central
649 Pacific
(All SD only)
Google Fiber226 Atlantic
227 Central
228 Pacific
(All SD only)

Stadium College Sports (formerly Fox College Sports) is a group of three American sports networks. Owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios (under the joint venture Diamond Sports Group), the three channels air college and high school sporting events and programming. The channel is divided into three feeds—Atlantic, Central, and Pacific. Despite their names, the feeds no longer correspond to specific regions. Programming is drawn from the Bally Sports regional sports networks and Stadium.


Fox College Sports logo
Fox College Sports logo

The three networks were originally launched in June 2001 as Fox Sports Digital Networks as a compliment to Fox Sports Net for digital cable subscribers since they did not have access to out-of-market regional sports networks that were available on satellite. The majority of the programming presented on the networks originated from the various Fox Sports regional networks and affiliates. The networks focused on college sports, but also had out-of-market baseball games (which would be phased out after the first few years).[1]. In 2004, the networks were relaunched as Fox College Sports to emphasize their college sports programming.[2] On June 18, 2021, more than a year after the networks sold to Sinclair after having been sold to Disney as part of the 21st Century Fox purchase, the "Fox" name was extinguished, and networks were rebranded as Stadium College Sports, co-branding them with Sinclair and Silver Chalice's national sports channel Stadium.[3] In August 2021, Verizon Fios became the first major provider to provide the networks in high-definition.


The channels are divided into three geographical areas, which are Stadium College Sports Atlantic (formerly FCS Atlantic), Stadium College Sports Central (formerly FCS Central), and Stadium College Sports Pacific (formerly FCS Pacific). In addition to the events, the network features weekly coach's shows for various universities, programs from the various conferences and schools that highlight their athletes, and the regional sports reports from Bally Sports and other regional sports channels not within the Bally Sports system. Also featured are high school basketball and football games and some state championships for these sports.[4]

Major events include:

The three Stadium College Sports channels offer feeds from the various Bally Sports (former Fox Sports) channels, including live games. They also rerun shows originally produced by the various networks affiliated with Bally Sports. As of April 2021, the networks no longer focus on specific conferences despite their regional names.

Former Programming

Previously, each network sourced its programming from the various Fox Sports Networks as follows:

  • Pac-12 Conference football and basketball
  • FCS Final Score, a news program similar to FSN's former program Final Score, also aired on this network at the top of the hour; it has since been cancelled.
  • The National Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship
  • Exclusive Home to The Paradise Jam Tournament from the Virgin Islands
  • The FCS Tailgate Tour
  • The NSSA College Surfing Championships
  • The South Padre Invitational
  • FISU International Collegiate Olympic Games every 2 years - both Winter and Summer. FCS was the exclusive domestic television carrier for these events.


  1. ^ "Fox Set to Rename Cable Sports Service | TVWeek". TV Week. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Fox Shuffles Cable Offerings". The New York Times. 26 May 2004. Retrieved 15 April 2021.
  3. ^ "Fox College Sports to become Stadium College Sports". Bend Broadband. 14 June 2021. Retrieved 14 June 2021.
  4. ^ "Fox College Sports Name Change: Fox College Sports will become Stadium College Sports on June 18, 2021. All programming will remain the same". Rainier Connect. 10 June 2021. Retrieved 10 June 2021.
This page was last edited on 20 September 2021, at 08:32
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