FS Wisconsin Brings Regional Sports to the State on Cable TV

While the most popular sports team in the state of Wisconsin is obviously the Green Bay Packers, and the team is popular enough nationwide to secure prime national broadcast spots, where do you find the state’s other pro teams? Whether you live in Appleton, Madison, or a smaller town like Two Rivers, you can see the Milwaukee Brewers of the MLB and Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA—as well as plenty of college hockey and basketball—on FS Wisconsin.

In addition to the Brewers and Bucks, FS Wisconsin, short for Fox Sports Wisconsin, shows broadcasts from other teams and leagues, including:

  • Minnesota United FC (MLS)
  • Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten)
  • Big East football and basketball
  • Big 12 football and basketball
  • Pac-12 football and basketball
  • Marquette basketball
  • WCHA hockey
  • WIAC DIII athletics

With Spectrum Cable TV packages in Wisconsin, you can also gain access to FS Wisconsin Plus, which offers coverage above and beyond when schedule conflicts between the many teams and leagues the network covers occur.

So, when it’s cold enough you don’t want to head outside to do a single thing, you can gather in front of the TV and see your favorite local teams do battle with their hated rivals. And with Big Ten Network and the ESPN family of networks also available from Spectrum in addition, you’ll never lack for sports to watch.

Check back often at the TV, Internet, and Phone Blog to learn the latest cable TV news, where to find your favorite teams, read high speed internet ratings, and get a whole lot more information.

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