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Stadium to deliver college football games on Facebook

US-based multi-platform sports network Stadium has revealed its college American football schedule for the new season, with 15 games to be available exclusively via social media platform Facebook.

In total, Stadium will broadcast 31 regular-season games from across three conference partners: Conference USA, Mountain West and the Patriot League.

Stadium has teamed up with Facebook to deliver 15 fixtures exclusively on the Stadium: Live College Football Show Page. Stadium’s broadcast line-up begins on August 31, with Weber State’s trip to San Diego State to be the first game to be aired on Facebook.

The schedule includes 11 teams that participated in bowl games during the 2018 season, including Utah State, Marshall and Fresno State.

Stadium is also available via WatchStadium.com and on dedicated Roku, Sling TV and Fubo TV channels.

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