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WATCH MLS and US Soccer Press Conference to Announce New TV Deal at 1pm ET [STREAMING]

mls usmnt press conference WATCH MLS and US Soccer Press Conference to Announce New TV Deal at 1pm ET [STREAMING]

Major League Soccer and US Soccer will be making a significant announcement today at 1pm ET regarding the reported $90 million a year TV deal. You can watch the press conference live beginning at 1pm ET (see video below).

Its expected that Don Garber along with Sunil Gulati and TV executives from ESPN, FOX and Univision will announce the biggest TV deal for US Soccer and MLS.

The anticipation is building to find out all the answers, which will be revealed at 1pm ET today.

Mobile users, watch the video here.

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4 Responses to WATCH MLS and US Soccer Press Conference to Announce New TV Deal at 1pm ET [STREAMING]

  1. Jake says:

    That’s great progress for the league.
    But when I compare it to the prem it’s not even 10% of the Prem deal.

  2. Chivas son siempre los reyes says:

    Do not forget the following:

    Univision is reportedly paying Chivas Guadalajara around $95 million/year for U.S. rights for Chivas home games and Chivas friendlies on U.S. soil.

    Chivas Guadalajara are still the king of soccer television in the U.S.

    Chivas make more money from U.S. TV than all 20 EPL clubs combined.

    Chivas make more money from U.S. TV than MLS and US Soccer combined.

    No matter how badly Chivas continue to play in recent years, Chivas remain the #1 soccer brand on U.S. TV regardless of language.

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