ESPN: Live Sports & Scores

ESPN: Live Sports & Scores


  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2009-06-02
  • Current Version: 6.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 99.05 MB
  • Developer: ESPN
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 595,855 App Reviews)
  • Price:
ESPN: Live Sports & Scores App Ratings: 4
Based on 595,855 App Reviews

ESPN: Live Sports & Scores App Details

Stream live games, check the latest scores or watch the best highlights with the best brand in sports: ESPN. Pick your favorite teams and leagues to get started. Home: Highlights and scores from what you care about. Your feed will dynamically change based on what you need to know. From news about your favorite sports or favorite team playing right now, the home tab has you covered. Scores: Fast access to scores for your favorite teams and leagues. We curate the top games of the day so you can keep up on the NBA playoffs or the MLB's latest rivalries. Want more scores from a particular team or league? Just add it as a favorite! Watch: Stream events on ESPN networks, including MLB, NFL, College Football, NBA, College Basketball games and more. Watch on-demand shows like Get Up! or First Take. Subscribe to ESPN+ for access to thousands of events; Binge on great documentaries such as O.J. Made in America plus get access to exclusive shows like Details, featuring Kobe Bryant's inside perspective on the NBA. Listen: Subscribe to your favorite ESPN Podcasts like the Lowe Post, or listen live to ESPN Radio. Live Streaming with ESPN+: Subscribe to ESPN+ for thousands of live events. Get games from around the sports world, both live and on-demand, along with access to ESPN's best films and new exclusive shows. Watch anywhere, on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. Live Streaming with your TV provider: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, SEC Network, SEC Network Plus, ESPNews ESPN Deportes, and Longhorn Network are all available to stream live in the ESPN App. Access to live video is determined by your TV provider and package and, in some instances, your Internet service provider. *Due to contractual limitations with certain content, especially play-by-play broadcasts, there are times when the schedule that's on-air won't match the schedule that's online. If you have specific schedule questions, please contact the station directly by visiting their website. ESPN+ Subscription Terms -Access ESPN+ for $4.99 monthly, or $49.99 annually. You will automatically be billed for the full amount of your subscription every 30 days if you purchase a monthly subscription, or every 365 days if you purchase an annual subscription. -Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase, unless you are offered and are eligible for a free trial. If you receive a free trial, you will be charged when your free trial period ends. Your account will be automatically charged for renewal, at the above purchase price, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. If you cancel prior to such 24 hour period, you will not be charged for the following applicable subscription period. -Your subscription may be managed, and you can turn off auto-renewal, by going to your iTunes account settings after purchase. -No refunds for the current subscription period are granted. Cancellations of the current subscription take effect at the conclusion of the current subscription period. Terms of Use - Privacy Policy - ESPN+ Subscriber Agreement - Before you download this app, please consider that it includes advertising, some of which may be targeted to your interests. You may choose to control targeted advertising within mobile applications by using your mobile device settings (for example, by re-setting your device's advertising identifier and/or opting out of interest based ads). Please note: This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like Nielsen's TV Ratings. Please see for more information. You may also visit Settings in the app to opt out of Nielsen measurement.


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App Reviews

  • Espn a

    By uncle jony
    Best app ever
  • Good app

    By Blastrx
    It does what it says it supposed to do.
  • Do better

    By Kev7735
    In an age where there are a hundred different sport news apps the ESPN app is the worst I’ve tried. It’s shocking since you are the “worldwide leader” in sports. You would figure that that would lead to a well developed app. But no, The app takes the longest to load, struggles with score updates, The interface is confusing when trying to see yesterday’s scores. For some reason you push the previews of tonight’s games before the scores of last nights and that makes no sense. Nobody taps the upcoming game tile to preview a game, be real. And when it does work it’s slow and crashes often. Videos play even after closing the app, and honestly I’m just scratching the surface here. I think you should use yo own app for a week or two and then you can write your own review. Do better.
  • Tells you everything

    By Levalou
    The articles tell you everything that the videos and other stuff don’t
  • Every Sports Professional News.

    By JESUS SR.52
    This is the only network I’ve ever been watching or hearing my entire life.Even when I played while at my H.S career since1980.And its the only Network I will ever get my news from
  • Great Info

    By SevenHills
    The go to place for sports news.
  • Too many ads

    By JDnJo
    Better to find articles to read than wait on advertisements before every video selected.
  • La mejor

    By lopez ll
    Me gusta bastante
  • Great, that is until ...

    By Elmo Lincoln
    ... when I go to fast forward through a replay, it tells me “an error has occurred “ — what the?!?!? This is a recent problem. What’s going on here? On Apple TV, it goes ok with one fast forward arrow, but trying to go faster that’s when I get the error message. Not cool.
  • iPad version broken. Won’t let me sign in

    By Roman926
    Terrible app. Both this and the WatchESPN are broken on the iPad. Every time I try logging in with my cable provider, it automatically signs me in without me actually putting in my information. Then it tells me that I’m not authorized to watch but yet I can successfully sign in on my phone so what’s the deal? Can’t believe they want people to pay for ESPN+ if this is how their app works. Guess I’ll be finding more “creative” ways of watching my games.