March Madness is finally coming to a close, as the Villanova Wildcats face off against the University of North Carolina Tar Heels on Monday for the championship game. It's Villanova's first trip to the big game since 1985, while UNC is looking to add a sixth championship to its decorated legacy. The Tar Heels last won the championship in 2009.

No matter what team you are rooting for, you can catch the game anywhere - even if you're stuck at the office - with the following streaming options.

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Game start: 9:19 p.m. ET on TBS

March Madness Live App: All March Madness games are available on the March Madness Live app, which easily downloaded for iOS, Windows and Android devices. For those that want to stream from a device to a big screen, March Madness Live is also available on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire sticks.

Streaming TBS: If you have a certified cable connection, but just aren't close to your TV, you can tune into the game viaTBS.com/WatchTBS. Just plug in your cable info when prompted and you are good to go. You can also download the Watch TBS app, which is also available for iOS, Windows and Android devices.

What to do if you don't have a certified cable provider: Both Sling TV or Playstation Vue allow you to stream TBS, so you can snag a free trial to catch the game.