Sign Up For A 7-Day Free Trial to the New-And-Improved FOX Soccer 2Go
Sign up today for a 7-day free trial to FOX Soccer 2Go, the online streaming service from FOX Soccer.
FOX Soccer 2Go is new-and-improved for the 2012-13 season. Among some of its enhancements are features such as:
- On demand matches available on the web, iPhone, iPad and Android devices,
- Live chat support,
- New Android app (by popular request),
- The addition of CONCACAF Champions League games, and
- New versions of the iPhone, iPad and web interfaces, which are redesigned and easier to use.
If you’re a fan of the Premier League and you want to have the ability to watch every game, like I do, FOX Soccer 2Go is a must-have. Coupled with FOX Soccer, ESPN/ESPN2 and ESPN3.com, it’s the only way to ensure you can watch every Premier League match this season.
Here’s the schedule for the next week:
Saturday, August 25, 2012:
Tottenham vs West Brom, 10am ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Southampton vs Wigan, 10am ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Norwich vs QPR, 10am ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Sunderland vs Reading, 10am ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Aston Villa vs Everton, 10am ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Tuesday, August 28, 2012:
Wednesday, August 29, 2012:
Friday, August 31, 2012:
Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid (UEFA Super Cup), 2:45pm ET, FOX Soccer 2Go
Whether you’ve used FOX Soccer 2Go before, or even if you’ve never used it, give the new-and-improved service a test drive this weekend so you can watch five of the Premier League matches live as well as Chelsea’s UEFA Super Cup match next week.
Plus, in addition to coverage of more than 270 Premier League games per season, UEFA Champions League and CONCACAF Champions League, FOX Soccer 2Go shows live broadcasts of Europa League, FA Cup and rugby.
To learn more about FOX Soccer 2Go, read the definitive FOX Soccer 2Go user’s guide which was written last season, and goes into a lot of detail regarding how the service works.
The offer ends on August 31, 2012, so sign up today to get as much out of the free trial as possible.
Full disclosure: EPL Talk has an affiliate relationship with FOX Soccer whereby a small percentage of each paid subscription goes to EPL Talk. However, I can safely say that our editorial coverage and reviews of FOX Soccer 2Go are completely independent and not influenced by our relationship whatsoever. Regular readers will know that EPL Talk has had a love-hate relationship with the service, but for the past year, the service has been exceptional and has been a massive part of my viewing experience each weekend.