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Live coverage of the 2014 Major League Soccer SuperDraft

The big day is finally here. All eyes across Major League Soccer are on the Pennsylvania Convention Center as the league conducts this year's SuperDraft.

Live coverage of the 2014 Major League Soccer SuperDraft

Thanks to all of you who read and listened to our coverage. We had a few bumps and bruises along the way, but we appreciate your support and we are glad to have drawn an audience of over 7,000 listeners. If you missed the event live, you can download a podcast here.

The big day is finally here. All eyes across Major League Soccer are on the Pennsylvania Convention Center as the league conducts this year's SuperDraft.

Our coverage here on Philly.com will be better than ever this time. We've teamed up with the North American Soccer Network to bring you live coverage. I'll be a part of NASN's live radio broadcast, along with NASN's Jason Davis and Aaron Stollar

We'll have the latest updates and analysis throughout the day. You can listen live below.

If you're near a television, you can watch the draft on ESPN News in the United States and TSN2 in Canada. Their broadcasts run from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern time.

(But we hope you'll stay here even if you have the TV on.)

In recent years, I've hosted a live chat during the draft. Because of the radio broadcast, that won't be happening this time. Instead, we're going to use this page to take your questions during the show. We'll also use the console to keep track of picks as they are announced. 

While our analysis will have a broad focus, you can bet there will be a lot of talk about the Union. My live story on the Union's picks is here.

The full order of selection is available via Major League Soccer's website here.

So come join us for what should be a day of excitement and drama.

If you're on a mobile device, click here for the draft tracker/Q&A console.



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