The 2023 NFL season receives extensive coverage from ESPN and its sister networks, allowing fans to watch over 25 games live on TV and online. This season boasts the most comprehensive coverage in the channel's history. ESPN's schedule features highly anticipated matchups, including the Super Bowl LVII rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. With five doubleheaders, including one with playoff implications, ESPN provides a diverse range of football action. Spanish-language coverage is also available through ESPN Deportes, enhancing the viewing experience for a broader audience. From preseason games to the Super Wild Card Weekend and Divisional Weekend, NFL enthusiasts can enjoy a wide array of games throughout the season on ESPN networks.
ESPN provides extensive coverage of the College Football Bowl season in 2023, from August to the end of the year. The coverage starts with the Cramton Bowl, featuring the match between North Alabama and Mercer. In December, ESPN continues its bowl game coverage, including notable events such as the HomeTown Lenders Bahamas Bowl, New Mexico Bowl, Myrtle Beach Bowl, Frisco Bowl, Boca Raton Bowl, and Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl. ESPN covers several other bowl games, including the Camellia Bowl, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, and EasyPost Hawai’i Bowl. ESPN's bowl game coverage for 2023 concludes with three thrilling matchups: the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl, TaxAct Texas Bowl, and Wasabi Fenway Bowl.