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Sign Up For A 7-Day Free Trial to FOX Soccer 2Go

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Beginning today, FOX Soccer 2Go — the live soccer streaming service from FOX, available in the United States via computers, iPhone and iPad — is now available as a 7-day free trial.

FOX Soccer 2Go, previously named FOXSoccer.tv, offers live streaming of matches from the Premier League, FA Cup, Carling Cup, Champions League, Championship, Serie A and Ligue 1.

FOX Soccer 2Go is your ticket to watch the majority of live Premier League matches in the United States. The only EPL matches that aren’t shown live on FOX Soccer 2Go are those shown live on FOX Soccer and ESPN2/ESPN3.com. Matches shown live on FOX Soccer are shown on delay on FOX Soccer 2Go.

When watching live matches on FOX Soccer 2Go, you can use the interactive features such as being alerted when goals are scored in other games, watching highlights of goals in-game, reviewing stats, participating in an online chat, and more. To see some of the features, watch our preview video.

Here’s the schedule of matches on between now and February 26. Note: All times Eastern. Premier League teams in bold. All games are live unless noted.

To get the 7-day free trial to FOX Soccer 2 Go, click this link.

Tuesday, February 14:

  • Lyon vs APOEL, Champions League, 2:45pm
  • Bayer Leverkusen vs Barcelona, Champions League, on delay after 5pm

Wednesday, February 15:

  • Parma vs Juventus, Serie A, 12:30pm
  • Zenit vs Benfica, Champions League, on delay after 2pm
  • AC Milan vs Arsenal, Champions League, 2:45pm

Friday, February 17:

  • Inter Milan vs Bologna, Serie A, 2:45pm
  • Reading vs Burnley, Championship, 3pm

Saturday, February 18:

  • Chelsea vs Birmingham, FA Cup, 7:30am
  • Millwall vs Bolton, FA Cup, 10am
  • Norwich vs Leicester, FA Cup, 10am
  • Nottingham Forest vs Coventry, Championship, 10am
  • Everton vs Blackpool, FA Cup, on delay after Noon
  • Ajaccio vs Brest, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Caen vs Evian, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Dijon vs Nice, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Lorient vs Lille, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Nancy vs Toulouse, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Sochaux vs Auxerre, Ligue 1, 1pm
  • Sunderland vs Arsenal, FA Cup, on delay after 2:30pm
  • Marseille vs Valenciennes, Ligue 1, 3pm
  • Perth Glory vs Newcastle Jets, A-League, on delay after midnight

Sunday, February 19:

  • Crawley Town vs Stoke, FA Cup, 7am
  • Cesena vs AC Milan, Serie A, 9am
  • Stevenage vs Tottenham, FA Cup, on delay after 11am
  • Bordeaux vs Lyon, Ligue 1, 11am
  • Saint-Etienne vs Rennes, Ligue 1, 11am
  • Liverpool vs Brighton, FA Cup, on delay after 1:30pm
  • PSG vs Montpellier, Ligue 1, 3pm

Tuesday, February 21:

  • CSKA Moscow vs Real Madrid, Champions League, Noon
  • Napoli vs Chelsea, Champions League, on delay after 5pm

Wednesday, February 22:

  • Basel vs Bayern Munich, Champions League, 2:45pm
  • Marseille vs Inter Milan, Champions League, on delay after 5pm

Thursday, February 23:

  • Derby vs Leicester, Championship, 2:45pm

Saturday, February 25:

  • Newcastle vs Wolves, Premier League, 10am
  • QPR vs Fulham, Premier League, 10am
  • West Brom vs Sunderland, Premier League, 10am
  • Wigan vs Aston Villa, Premier League, 10am
  • AC Milan vs Juventus, Serie A, on delay after midnight
  • Manchester City vs Blackburn, Premier League, on delay after midnight
  • Chelsea vs Bolton, Premier League, on delay after midnight

Sunday, February 26:

  • Norwich vs Manchester United, Premier League, 8:30am
  • Stoke vs Swansea City, Premier League, 10am
  • Liverpool vs Cardiff City, Carling Cup Final, on delay after 1:30pm
  • Arsenal vs Tottenham, Premier League, on delay after midnight

Sign up today for the 7-day free trial of FOX Soccer2Go.


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Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013.
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