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230x120 Promo Get A Free 7 Day Trial to is offering a free 7-day trial of their service this week, just in time for the Round of 16 games in the Champions League as well as several important Premier League and FA Cup matches. is Fox’s broadband subscription site that allows you to watch live games on your computer. Plus, if you have an iPhone, you can download the free FoxSoccer iPhone app and watch live games on your mobile phone (using your login). In addition to all of the live games on, you can also watch highlights in several different versions

  • 2 minute highlight package,
  • 45 minute of highlights (condensed down from 90 minutes), or
  • the entire 90 minute match.

If you sign up for today, here are the games you could watch during the free trial (depending on what day you sign up on):

Tuesday, February 15:

  • Valencia v Schalke, 2:45pm ET
  • Birmingham v Newcastle, 2:45pm ET
  • AC Milan v Tottenham (available after 5pm ET)

Wednesday, February 16:

  • Roma v Shakhtar Donetsk, 2:45pm ET
  • Arsenal v Barcelona (available after 5pm ET)

Saturday, February 19:

  • Stoke City v Brighton [FA Cup], 10am ET
  • Chelsea v Everton [FA Cup replay] (available after 9:30am ET)
  • Manchester United v Crawley [FA Cup] (available after 2:15pm ET)

Sunday, February 20:

  • West Brom v Wolves, 7am ET
  • Manchester City v Notts County [FA Cup replay], 9am ET
  • Fulham v Bolton/Wigan [FA Cup], 10am ET

Tuesday, February 22:

  • Lyon v Real Madrid, 2:45pm ET
  • Blackpool v Tottenham, 3pm ET
  • Copenhagen v Chelsea (available after 5pm ET)

In addition to the above games, you can also access rugby matches, the crunch Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Cardiff, and more.

The 7-day free trial will come down on Wednesday, February 23. If you’ve never used before, or you’ve used it before but want to give it another try, sign up today for the free 7-day trial.

If you live in the United States, is a must-have technology to make sure you don’t miss any major games. Despite some hiccups in the past, the service has greatly improved and it’s the only way you can assure that you’ll have access to all of the live Premier League matches shown if you also get ESPN2, and Fox Soccer Channel.

If you’re happy with the trial, you’ll get for $14.99/month after the trial ends.

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