March Madness 2020 Live Stream, Basketball TV schedule, Start Time

March Madness 2020 is going to starts from the 17th March 2020. March Madness Basketball competition which is also known as Annual US College Basketball Tournament which goes under the Title of National Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Division I Basketball Championship.

This is an elimination tournament played between 68 teams in a straight knockout format over several weeks From 17 March to 6 April at the Venue of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

2020 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament – March Madness is the 82nd Annual Edition of the competition.

NCAA March Madness is one of the popular Sporting Events of the USA Because of the largely and wide range of Teams to be taking part in this competition Which can attract attracts vast viewing figures and a level of interest that generates huge amounts of advertising and merchandising revenue for the NCAA.

March Madness Schedule 2020

The 2020 NCAA March Madness events Will be starting from the 17th March and continue till the Final Four Events of the Championship game on the 6th April.

  • Selection Sunday —March 15, 2020. You can watch at 6 p.m. ET on March Madness Live and CBS.
  • First Four — Tuesday and Wednesday, March 17-18, 2020
  • NCAA Tournament Round 1 — Thursday, March 19, and Friday, March 20, 2020
  • NCAA Tournament Round 2 — Saturday, March 21, and Sunday, March 22, 2020
  • Sweet 16 — Thursday, March 26, and Friday, March 27, 2020
  • Elite 8 — Saturday, March 28, and Sunday, March 29, 2020
  • Final Four — Saturday, April 4, 2020
  • 2020 NCAA championship game — Monday, April 6, 2020

2020 NCAA tournament schedule and locations:

DATESROUNDWATCHCITY, STATEHOST(S)FACILITY
March 15Selection Sunday6 p.m. ET on CBSN/ACBS will broadcast the Selection Show at 6 p.m. ETN/A
March 17-18First FourMarch Madness LiveDayton, OHUniversity of DaytonUD Arena
March 19/211st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveAlbany, NYMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceTimes Union Center
March 19/211st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveSpokane, WAUniversity of IdahoSpokane Veterans Memorial Arena
March 19/211st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveSt. Louis, MOMissouri Valley ConferenceEnterprise Center
March 19/211st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveTampa, FLUniversity of South FloridaAmalie Arena
March 20/221st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveGreensboro, NCAtlantic Coast ConferenceGreensboro Coliseum
March 20/221st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveOmaha, NECreighton UniversityCenturyLink Center Omaha
March 20/221st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveSacramento, CASacramento State UniversityGolden 1 Center
March 20/221st/2nd RoundsMarch Madness LiveCleveland, OHMid-American Conference/Cleveland StateRocket Mortgage FieldHouse
March 26/28Midwest RegionalMarch Madness LiveIndianapolis, INHorizon League/IUPUILucas Oil Stadium
March 26/28West RegionalMarch Madness LiveLos Angeles, CAPepperdine UniversitySTAPLES Center
March 27/29South RegionalMarch Madness LiveHouston, TXUniversity of HoustonToyota Center
March 27/29East RegionalMarch Madness LiveNew York, NYSt. John’s University/Big East ConferenceMadison Square Garden
April 4/6Final Four and title gameTBS/ March Madness LiveAtlanta, GAGeorgia Institute of TechnologyMercedes-Benz Stadium

When and Where will March Madness 2020 Live Stream

This year Edition of the March madness begins with Selection Sunday 2020. On Sunday, March 15, 2020 college basketball team match-ups will be announced during a nationwide broadcast and this selection show airing at 6PM ET on TBS Network.

TV Channel & Live Streaming Options

Due to Huge Popularity of this March Madness events in the USA and around the world as well as issue of coronavirus This year watching the events online is the best option for the basketball fans.

Attendance at the NCAA tournament events will be limited to essential staff and family members, Emmert said.

“While I understand how disappointing this is for all fans of our sports, my decision is based on the current understanding of how COVID-19 is progressing in the United States,” Emmert said in part of the statement. “This decision is in the best interest of public health, including that of coaches, administrators, fans and, most importantly, our student-athletes.”

“We have to determine the availability of the sites, obviously, but it doesn’t make good sense to have a football stadium be empty,” Emmert told AP.

NCAA Official site providing a Whole game live action of March Madness on their sites along with them Online Viewers will be able to watch the live Match Coverage of Entire March Madness 2020 on Some of the paid services like AMC, Fubotv, DirecTV Now, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu TV and many more.

ACC Network will be Broadcast the NCAA March Madness live in USA. 

Television channels

  • First Four – TruTV
  • First and Second Rounds – CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV
  • Regional Semifinals and Final (Sweet Sixteen & Elite Eight) – CBS and TBS
  • National Semifinals (Final Four) and Championship – TBS

Fans of UK, Spain, Brazil, Japan, France and around the world will be catch the March Madness live telecast and coverage by visiting the through VPN services and various tv network.

Studio hosts

  • Greg Gumbel (New York City and Atlanta) – First Round, Second Round, Regionals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Ernie Johnson Jr. (New York City and Atlanta) – First Round, Second Round, Regional Semi-Finals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Adam Zucker (Atlanta) – First Four, First Round and Second Round

Studio analysts

  • Charles Barkley (New York City and Atlanta) – First Round, Second Round, Regionals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Seth Davis (Atlanta) – First Four, First Round, Second Round, Regional Semi-Finals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Brendan Haywood (Atlanta) – First Four, First Round, Second Round and Regional Semi-Finals
  • Clark Kellogg (New York City and Atlanta) – First Round, Second Round, Regionals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Candace Parker (Atlanta) – First Four, First Round, Second Round and Regional Semi-Finals
  • Kenny Smith (New York City and Atlanta) – First Round, Second Round, Regionals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Gene Steratore (New York City and Atlanta) – First Four, First Round, Second Round, Regionals, Final Four and National Championship Game
  • Dwyane Wade (Atlanta) – Final Four and National Championship Game

Commentary teams

  • Jim Nantz/Bill Raftery/Grant Hill/Tracy Wolfson – Final Four and National Championship at Atlanta, Georgia
  • Brian Anderson/Chris Webber/Allie LaForce
  • Ian Eagle/Jim Spanarkel/Jamie Erdahl
  • Kevin Harlan/Reggie Miller/Dan Bonner/Dana Jacobson
  • Brad Nessler/Jim Jackson/Steve Lavin (First Four only)/Evan Washburn – First Four at Dayton, Ohio (Tuesday)
  • Spero Dedes/Steve Smith/Wally Szczerbiak/Lisa Byington
  • Andrew Catalon/Steve Lappas/Steve Lavin (First Four only)/Lauren Shehadi or Lisa Byington – First Four at Dayton, Ohio (Wednesday)
    • Byington worked the First Four (Wednesday) with Shehadi working the First and Second Rounds with Catalon and Lappas.
  • Carter Blackburn/Debbie Antonelli/John Schriffen

Hotels and Accommodation

Are you Big fans of the March Madness and planning to visit one of the cities holding games during the March Madness season then You can check out this link to get out the full range of Accommodation options and also make online reservations of hotels.

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