70 CAA Games Live On FloFootball This Season

CAA Football kicks off its new partnership with FloSports as more than 50 games will be broadcast on FloFootball.com during the 2019 season.

The FloSports slate includes 40 conference contests and several non-conference matchups against teams that competed in the FCS playoffs a year ago. All 12 CAA teams will make at least six appearances on FloFootball.com and multiple games will be broadcast during each week of the regular season, allowing fans to follow action around the league.

Fans can watch the games live and via on-demand, while also getting other exclusive CAA content by becoming a monthly or annual PRO subscriber.

Either subscription unlocks access to premium content across the entire FloSports network and fans can Watch the events across all screens by downloading the FloSports app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and the App Store.

CAA Football is coming off an outstanding 2018 season that included an FCS-record six teams earning berths in the FCS playoffs.

Below you can view the complete CAA schedule on FloFootall along with links to each games event hub and direct links to watch each game live.

August 29Delaware State at Delaware
7 PM ETWatch Live
August 29Jacksonville at Richmond
7 PM ETWatch Live
August 29Bryant at Stony Brook
7 PM ETWatch Live
August 30Sacred Heart at Maine
6 PM ETWatch Live
August 31Lafayette at William & Mary
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 7The Citadel at Elon
2 PM ETWatch Live
September 7Lehigh at Villanova
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 7NC Central at Towson
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 7Saint Francis at James Madison
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 7Delaware at Rhode Island
7 PM ETWatch Live
September 7Bryant at UAlbany 
7 PM ETWatch Live
September 14North Dakota State at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
September 14Morgan State at James Madison
4 PM ETWatch Live
September 14Elon at Richmond
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 14Colgate at William & Mary
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 14Wagner at Stony Brook
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 14Towson at Maine
7 PM ETWatch Live
September 21Penn at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
September 21Lafayette at Albany
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
September 21Villanova at Towson
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
September 21Rhode Island at New Hampshire
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 21Fordham at Stony Brook
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 28James Madison at Elon
2 PM ETWatch Live
September 28Maine at Villanova
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
September 28William & Mary at UAlbany
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
September 28Duquesne at New Hampshire
6 PM ETWatch Live
September 28Stony Brook at Rhode Island
7 PM ETWatch Live
October 5Albany at Richmond
2 PM ETWatch Live
October 5Elon at New Hampshire
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 5Villanova at William & Mary
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 5James Madison at Stony Brook
6 PM ETWatch Live
October 12Richmond at Maine
12 PM ETWatch Live
October 12Villanova at James Madison
1:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 12Delaware at Elon
2 PM ETWatch Live
October 12Albany at Towson
4 PM ETWatch Live
October 12New Hampshire at Stony Brook
6 PM ETWatch Live
October 19New Hampshire at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
October 19Rhode Island at Albany
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 19James Madison at William & Mary
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 19Bucknell at Towson
4 PM ETWatch Live
October 19Yale at Richmond
6 PM ETWatch Live
October 26Richmond at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
October 26Elon at Rhode Island
1 PM ETWatch Live
October 26William & Mary at Maine
1 PM ETWatch Live
October 26Stony Brook at Villanova
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
October 26Towson at James Madison
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
November 2Villanova at New Hampshire
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 2Maine at Albany
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
November 2Merrimack at Rhode Island
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 2Delaware at Towson
2 PM ETWatch Live
November 2William & Mary at Elon
2 PM ETWatch Live
November 2Stony Brook at Richmond
3 PM ETWatch Live
November 9Albany at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 9Rhode Island at William & Mary
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 9Richmond at Villanova
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 9Maine at Elon
2 PM ETWatch Live
November 9Towson at Stony Brook
2 PM ETWatch Live
November 9New Hampshire at James Madison
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
November 15LIU Post at Villanova
7 PM ETWatch Live
November 16Rhode Island at Maine
12 PM ETWatch Live
November 16New Hampshire at Albany
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 16Stony Brook at Delaware
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 16Towson at William & Mary
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 16Richmond vs. James Madison
3:30 PM ETWatch Live
November 23James Madison at Rhode Island
12 PM ETWatch Live
November 23William & Mary vs. Richmond
12 PM ETWatch Live
November 23Delaware at Villanova
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 23Maine at New Hampshire
1 PM ETWatch Live
November 23Elon at Towson
2 PM ETWatch Live
November 23UAlbany at Stony Brook
2 PM ETWatch Live


About CAA Football
CAA Football has established itself as one of the nation’s premier FCS conferences for more than a decade due to its on-field success, national exposure and the achievements of its student-athletes in the classroom, in the community and at the next level. The league has had multiple teams in the playoffs for the past 28 years, at least three squads in the field for the past 13 seasons and has claimed six national championships. Members include UAlbany, Delaware, Elon, James Madison, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Richmond, Stony Brook, Towson, Villanova and William & Mary.

About FloSports
Founded in 2006, FloSports is a venture-backed OTT subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to tens of thousands of competitions across 20+ sports in the US and abroad. FloSports offers a growing library of more than 2,000 hours of premium content and owns exclusive broadcast rights to 4,000+ premier events, with over 1M hours live streamed since inception. The company has 250 employees and is based in Austin, TX. For more information, please visit: flosports.tv.

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