Here's more proof that time flies: We're already in the third season of NBC's rights deal with the English Premier League.
Verizon's go90 streaming platform is the exclusive home of non-televised games in the U.S. The company paid a rights fee for the privilege.
The thriving lower league is looking to broaden its horizons now that it has solidified its place on the American soccer landscape.
Just three days after Telemundo sued two Florida-based sports rights agencies in U.S. federal court over rights to Trinidad & Tobago home World Cup qualifiers, the network announced it had come to a settlement. Just what that settlement entailed, though, was unclear.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel on careers in the soccer industry at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. The speakers came from a wide range of roles across the game, and we discussed a wide range of topics. Below, you can listen to a podcast of the event.
ESPN starts its 22nd season of broadcasting Major League Soccer on Sunday at 5 p.m., with Orlando City vs. New York City FC. It's the first game at Orlando's new soccer-specific stadium, and the first game with a few new addtions to ESPN's presentation.
This year's SheBelieves Cup games will come with an added element for fans in the United States. In addition to television coverage of all three U.S. games on Fox networks, you'll be able to watch the three non-U.S. games on Fox's authenticated streaming platform, Fox Sports Go.
To get the inside details on how Fox will present Saturday's MLS Cup final, I talked to Shaw Brown, the network's producer for Major League Soccer coverage. He'll be in the lead chair on Saturday.
In the midst of the uproar over the U.S. men's national team's disastrous start to the final round of World Cup qualifying, Fox Sports quietly announced that it signed a new rights deal with CONCACAF to broadcast the 2017 and 2019 Gold Cups.
You don't have to be a soccer business wonk to have heard of Soccer United Marketing, the commercial arm of Major League Soccer that handles sponsorship and marketing deals for many high-profile soccer events in the United States.
The programming folks at Fox Sports have never been afraid of thinking out of the box to get more viewers to their broadcasts. This coming weekend, that philosophy will be applied to Major League Soccer.
Here's this year's schedule for the 2016 Major League Soccer playoffs. The big news is that the title game on December 10 kicks off not only in prime time at 8 p.m. Eastern, but on Fox's broadcast network.
Eric Wynalda does not need much of an invitation to share his thoughts on just about anything going on in the soccer world. Whether as a television analyst for Fox Sports or a radio show host on SiriusXM, he always has plenty to say.