Christopher Harris

Publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris founded the site in 2005. 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.
World Soccer Talk Radio makes its debut on Sports Byline sports talk network
World Soccer Talk Radio makes its debut on Sports Byline sports talk network

World Soccer Talk Radio will make its debut on Sports Byline, America’s sports talk network, tonight from 9-10pm ET (6-7pm PT). Hosted by Nate Abaurrea, World Soccer Talk Radio is a nightly soccer news and discussion show that will air Mondays through Fridays each week. The show will feature interviews with insightful guests […]

fuboTV has ambitious plans to corner the market for online soccer streaming
fuboTV has ambitious plans to corner the market for online soccer streaming

In the United States, fuboTV has seemingly come out of nowhere to offer a solid platform of online soccer streaming services that rivals or exceeds those offered by competing companies. But where did fuboTV come from? What are their future plans, and what does their name mean? While in Miami recently […]

Klinsmann may not be the right person for USMNT job, says Thomas Rongen
Klinsmann may not be the right person for USMNT job, says Thomas Rongen

Tampa Bay Rowdies Head Coach Thomas Rongen says that Jurgen Klinsmann may not be the right person for the US Men’s National Team Head Coach position. In an exclusive interview with Soccer Morning, Rongen said “On the highest level, I’m not so sure that Jurgen Klinsmann is the right person […]

ESPN Deportes continues focus on covering variety of soccer leagues
ESPN Deportes continues focus on covering variety of soccer leagues

During the busy Sportel America industry conference last week in Miami, ESPN Deportes General Manager Lino Garcia took time out of his busy day to update the readers of World Soccer Talk regarding the most recent developments at ESPN Deportes. Asked about important developments during the last six months at ESPN […]

Arsenal home and third shirts for 2015-16 season: Leaked [PHOTOS]
Arsenal home and third shirts for 2015-16 season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Photos of Arsenal’s home and third jerseys for the 2015-16 season have been leaked on the Internet. While the home shirt for Arsenal (see below) is a traditional shirt design with a classy collar, the third shirt is dramatically different than what Gunners fans are accustomed to seeing. For the […]

Bidding on US TV rights to Premier League expected to begin later this Spring
Bidding on US TV rights to Premier League expected to begin later this Spring

Although a date hasn’t been completely finalized, the bidding for the US TV rights to the Premier League for seasons 2016-2019 is expected to take place this May or June. TV and Internet rights for the Premier League are currently owned by NBC Sports. Given the critically acclaimed coverage by NBC, […]

TV viewing numbers for soccer games on US television; March 16-22, 2015
TV viewing numbers for soccer games on US television; March 16-22, 2015

Looking at the viewing data for soccer games shown on US television during the past week, these are sobering numbers. There’s a lot of insight that you can read into these numbers, such as: • How much of an impact el Clasico has on beIN SPORTS’ overall viewing figures, • NBCSN’s impressive 950,000 […]

More than 2 million soccer fans watched el Clasico on beIN SPORTS in US
More than 2 million soccer fans watched el Clasico on beIN SPORTS in US

More than 2 million soccer fans watched the first 2015 edition of el Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid on Sunday across beIN SPORTS. The impressive number combines the 1.353 million who watched the game live on beIN SPORTS en Espańol and the 767,000 who watched the game on the […]

Bidding for La Liga US TV rights to begin shortly for 2015-18 deal
Bidding for La Liga US TV rights to begin shortly for 2015-18 deal

Discussions will begin to take place this week to determine who will be the next rights holder in the United States for La Liga, Spain’s top flight soccer league. The current US TV rights deal for La Liga expires at the end of the 2014/15 season in late May. Representatives from La Liga […]

The dangers of FOX Sports putting too much emphasis on Premier League teams
The dangers of FOX Sports putting too much emphasis on Premier League teams

Although they may not admit it publicly, FOX Sports will be most disappointed that the English Premier League teams have been knocked out of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League Round of 16 stages. After all, for years, European tournament matches involving Premier League teams have often been showcased […]

fuboTV adds Chromecast support to soccer streaming service
fuboTV adds Chromecast support to soccer streaming service

fuboTV, the leading dedicated soccer streaming service in the US, is now integrated with Chromecast. Using a Google Chromecast stick (less than $35) and a subscription to fuboTV (which costs $6.99 per month), fuboTV subscribers can stream live matches on to their TV from iPhone, Android or computer. As can be seen […]

Sling Demo: Watch live TV, ESPN, soccer, AMC and more online  [VIDEO]
Sling Demo: Watch live TV, ESPN, soccer, AMC and more online [VIDEO]

Cord cutters and sports fans can now finally get ESPN without needing a cable or satellite TV subscription. With the launch of Sling TV, residents in the US can sign up for a package at $20/month, which delivers ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, CNN, TBS, Disney Channel and a lot more to […]

How do you watch Champions League matches at work?
How do you watch Champions League matches at work?

Soccer fans in Europe have it easy. Midweek games are shown during primetime on television, while those same fans can get a full night’s sleep on the weekend knowing that the earliest kickoff isn’t going to happen until 12:30pm in the afternoon, local time. American soccer fans, on the other […]