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Sky Sports News Will Air On FOX Sports 1 After FOX Soccer Shuts Down

 Sky Sports News Will Air On FOX Sports 1 After FOX Soccer Shuts Down

With FOX Soccer scheduled to morph into FXX later this summer, and the US media rights for the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and England home internationals to transition to FOX Sports 1 after August 17, one of the biggest questions that soccer fans have had in the States is what will happen to Sky Sports News.

FOX Soccer has been broadcasting the news channel for several years now. The news show is a prime source for Premier League news throughout the year.

Well, now we finally have an answer. According to a FOX Soccer spokesperson, Sky Sports News will air every day on FOX Sports 1 — at 4am ET. That means soccer fans in the States will be able to record it daily and then watch it at their convenience.

While the one airing of Sky Sports News each day isn’t as often as we get with FOX Soccer now, where the show is aired several times during the day, at least we’ll still have access to it once a day, right?

What’s your opinion regarding the news? Are you excited or disappointed? Share your opinion below.


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