What Channel Is ESPNU On Xfinity?

by Mark Chen | Updated 1/1/24

ESPNU is on Channel 200+ on your Xfinity TV. It’s annoying to memorize and it’s difficult that there are multiple and different channels depending on where you live.

This is confusing when you just want to see how your alma mater is doing during homecoming.

We wanted to fix that so we researched where ESPN is on the major cities Xfinity offers its services.

Check out the list below.

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Guide To ESPNU on Xfinity

Seattle400, 621Miami396, 735
Spokane400, 621Fort Lauderdale396, 735
Tacoma400, 621Atlanta298, 883
Vancouver411, 727Memphis228, 828, 1720
Portland411, 727Nashville712, 1301
Salem411, 727Chicago253, 405
Eugene411, 727Indianapolis280, 1720
Salt Lake City400, 755, 1301Fort Wayne280, 1720
Provo400, 755Detroit708, 735, 1720
Denver404, 669Washington730, 853
Colorado Springs175, 732, 1301Baltimore730, 853
Boulder404, 669, 1301Philadelphia730, 853
Saint Paul269, 869Pittsburgh174, 853
Minneapolis729, 869San Jose420, 788
Albuquerque281, 815San Francisco420, 788
Tallahassee396, 735Fresno420, 788
Jacksonville396, 744Sacramento420, 788
Orlando744Oakland420, 788

ESPNU On Xfinity For Californians

ESPNU is on channels 420 and 788 in California for Xfinity customers.  This will work for the cities of San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento, Oakland, and Stockton.

In much of the East Coast, finding the right channel for ESPNU is as simple as it is for California.

Channels 730 and 853 are the right channels to watch ESPNU in DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.

The only slight modification that you’ll need to make is for Pittsburg where instead of Channel 730, you’ll need to watch on Channel 174 instead.

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Comcast ESPNU Channels (WA/OR/UT)

To watch ESPNU on your Comcast TV in Washington, go to either Channel 400 or 621.  Those are the right channels for big cities like Seattle, Spokane, and Tacoma.

If you live in Oregon, ESPNU is on channels 411 and 727.

Vancouver Washington shares more in common with Oregon compared to Washington and the right channel is that city is 411 and 727 instead of 400 and 621.

You can watch ESPNU in Utah on channels 400 and 755.  There’s also an option to watch on Channel 1301 in Salt Lake City if you’re so inclined.

Other Channels You Can Watch

The right channel for ESPNU in Florida for Xfinity customers is Channel 396.

In addition to Channel 396, you can also watch on Channel 735 in Tallahassee, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale and on Channel 744 in Jacksonville and Orlando.

Indiana residents can watch ESPNU on channels 280 and 1720.

869 is the right channel for people who live in Minnesota.  If you want a lowered numbered channel, you can watch ESPNU on Channel 269 in Saint Paul and 729 in Minneapolis

Colorado is pretty interesting.  ESPNU is on channels 404 and 669 in Denver and Boulder and 1301 is a common channel between Boulder and Colorado Springs.

The lowered numbered channels for Colorado Springs are a little bit different – being on channels 175 and 732.

Where Else Can You Watch

Although ESPNU isn’t as hard to find on Comcast as other channels, there’s a couple of cities that don’t share a lot of the same channels in common with the rest of the state.

We’ve put them below.

Albuquerque: 281, 815
Atlanta: 298, 883
Chicago: 253, 405
Detroit: 708, 735, 1720
Memphis: 228, 828, 1720
Nashville: 712, 1301

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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.