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Complete List Of TV Providers Offering Access to NBC Sports Live Extra

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One of the most exciting aspects of NBC’s coverage of the 2013-14 Premier League season is that, for the first time ever, all 380 matches will be available online for free with authenticated access.

That means no $14.95 or $19.95 monthly subscriptions to only see a selection of the matches played — whether it was FOX Soccer 2Go, FOXSoccer.tv before that or Setanta-i.

As long as you have a TV subscription to NBC Sports Network with a TV provider who has an agreement in place with NBC Sports, you’re in. New TV providers have signed up, and hopefully even more will agree deals with NBC before the season kicks off on August 17.

For a complete list of the TV providers who are offering NBC Sports Live Extra (with an authenticated login, as long as you subscribe to NBC Sports Network on TV), see below. Note that this list is subject to change. And the list is complete as of press time.

A massive thank you goes out to World Soccer Talk reader Kris, who describes himself as a “graphic designer by day, and a World Soccer Talk reader by night.” Kris put together the entire list in Photoshop.

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Questions? Here’s everything you need to know about NBC’s coverage of the Premier League.


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