What Channel Is ESPN2 On Spectrum?

by Mark Chen | Updated 1/1/24

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Spectrum Channel Guide in Los Angeles│Source: BillSmart

While ESPN2 is on Channel 301 for most Spectrum customers, there’s usually a lower-numbered channel where you can watch the Deuce.

We put together this guide to which channels you can watch ESPN 2 on Spectrum for the major cities Spectrum operates in so you have more time to watch FIFA and WNBA games.

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ESPN2 Spectrum Channel List

Here’s the list of channels where you can watch ESPN 2 on Spectrum.

ESPN2 Spectrum Channel List

Los Angeles40, 301
San Diego30, 301
Anaheim36, 301
Long Beach36, 736
Bakersfield27, 103, 1103
Reno34, 804
Corpus Christi71, 301
San Antonio25, 301
Austin53, 301
El Paso26, 301
Dallas34, 772
Birmingham21, 402, 1402
Montgomery26, 809
Lexington27, 509, 924
Louisville30, 509, 924
Charlotte68, 301
Durham32, 301
Raleigh32, 301
Indianapolis45, 402, 1402
Milwaukee29, 302
Kansas City34, 301
Columbus23, 509, 924
Cincinnati31, 302, 1302
Cleveland29, 302, 1302
New York29, 301
Albany25, 301
Buffalo31, 301

You can also check out our channel guide to ESPN and ESPNU on Spectrum. Our ESPN guide has info on where to watch ESPN News and ESPN Deportes.

Spectrum ESPN 2 Channels In NC & NY

ESPN2 is on Channel 301 for Spectrum customers in North Carolina.  You can also watch ESPN 2 on Channel 32 in Durham and Raleigh and 68 in Charlotte.

If you live in New York, Channel 301 is the right channel to watch ESPN2 as well.

It’s also on Channel 29 in Manhattan, 25 in Albany, and 31 in Buffalo.

Other places where you can watch ESPN 2 on Channel 301 include Kansas City where you also have the option to watch on Channel 34.

Kentucky/Texas ESPN 2 Channels On Spectrum

For Spectrum subscribers who live in Kentucky, you can watch ESPN 2 on channels 509 and 924.

There’s also an ESPN2 channel on Channel 27 in Lexington and Channel 30 in Louisville.

People who live in Texas can watch ESPN 2 on Channel 301.  There are also lowered-numbered channels that you can watch.

Here’s the list below.

Corpus Christi: 71, 301
San Antonio: 25, 301
Austin: 53, 301
El Paso: 26, 301

Dallas is a bit different.  There, you need to go to channels 34 or 772 to watch ESPN2.

Finding ESPN2 Channel in California on Spectrum

In most of California, Spectrum clients can watch ESPN2 on Channel 301.

The exceptions to this are Long Beach and Bakersfield.  It’s on channels 36 and 736 in Long Beach and you can watch it on channels 27, 103, and 1103 in Bakersfield.

In addition to Channel 301, you can watch ESPN 2 on Channel 40 in Los Angeles, Channel 30 in San Diego, and Channel 36 in Anaheim.

Reno is close to California and if you live there, you can watch ESPN2 on channels 34 and 804.

Other ESPN 2 Spectrum Channels

You can watch ESPN 2 on Spectrum in Ohio on channels 302 and 1302.  It’s also on Channel 31 in Cincinnati and Channel 29 in Cleveland.

If you live in Columbus, Ohio, you’ll need to go to channels 23, 509, or 924 to watch ESPN2.

There are some other places where you can watch ESPN 2.  There’s in random channels so we just put a list together below.

Birmingham: 21, 402, 1402
Montgomery: 26, 809
Indianapolis: 45, 402, 1402
Milwaukee: 29, 302

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About the author

Mark Chen is the founder and CEO of BillSmart. As a 7-year veteran of the bill negotiation space, he's saved Americans $25mm+ on their phone and cable bills. In his free time, he enjoys watching shows on TV like Yellowstone and college football.