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FOX Sports names John Strong as lead commentator for Gold Cup coverage

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

FOX Sports has announced that John Strong will be the lead commentator for its coverage of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup. So far, FOX has announced that Strong will be joined by co-commentators Brad Friedel (for the US’ opening game against Honduras) … Continue reading

FOX adds Women’s World Cup Final programming and USWNT marathon

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This Sunday’s broadcast of the 2015 Women’s World Cup Final between USA and Japan will begin an hour earlier (at 5pm ET instead of 6pm). Kickoff time remains at 7pm ET on the over-the-air FOX network. In addition to an … Continue reading

US women’s professional soccer league NWSL announces TV deal with FOX

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

On the heels of a successful run by the US Women’s National Team in the 2015 Women’s World Cup, FOX Sports has announced that a deal that includes broadcast rights to 10 games from the National Women’s Soccer League. The deal … Continue reading

FOX’s soccer coverage has improved but is still below bar set by NBC and ESPN

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

FOX’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup has been a mixture of positives and negatives. On the positive, the match commentators have generally been good, especially the standout team of Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner. Jenn Hildreth, who is a familiar face … Continue reading

5.7 million watched USA-China Women’s World Cup game on FOX

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX’s coverage of USA against China in the quarter-finals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup was watched by an audience of 5.7 million, which is the third most-watched women’s soccer game of all time on US television. The number broke the … Continue reading

Meet David Neal, the man behind FOX’s slick Women’s World Cup coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There’s no doubt that this year’s Women’s World Cup is the most beautiful coverage of the tournament in US TV soccer  history. From the set to the virtual graphics, FOX’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup has grown by leaps … Continue reading

FOX announces broadcaster line-up for Women’s World Cup quarterfinals

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

FOX Sports has released the line-up of broadcasters that will be calling the quarterfinal matches of the 2015 Women’s World Cup. JP Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco and Cat Whitehill will continue to call the U.S. Women’s National team matches for the … Continue reading

4.5 million people watched USA-Sweden Women’s World Cup game on FOX

Posted on by Alex Muller

The USA-Sweden Women’s World Cup game attracted a viewing audience of 4.5 million people, who watched the 0-0 draw on Friday night live on the free-to-air FOX network across the United States. The 4.5 million viewing figure means that the … Continue reading

The best Women’s World Cup coverage options you didn’t know existed

Posted on by Chris Moore

With the 2015 Women’s World Cup well underway in Canada, soccer fans from all over the world are tuning in to catch the matches using multiple outlets.  Although many viewers in the US will go the old-fashioned route and watch … Continue reading

FOX’s Women’s World Cup is off to a good start with 3.3 million viewers for USA game

Posted on by Chris Moore

The TV ratings are now in from Monday night’s Women’s World Cup thriller between the United States and Australia. The 3-1 victory by the Yanks was seen by 3.311 million viewers, breaking the record for the most-watched FIFA Women’s World Cup … Continue reading

FOX’s Women’s World Cup opening weekend coverage is a mixed bag

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If anyone has been tough on FOX’s soccer coverage, it’s been us. From so many highs and lows of recent years (with the lows being oh so low), we’re glad to say that based on FOX Sports’ opening weekend coverage of the … Continue reading

Review of day one of FOX’s Women’s World Cup coverage

Posted on by Abe Asher

On one of the biggest sports days of the year, the 2015 Women’s World Cup got underway Saturday from Canada and marked the beginning of FOX Sports’ World Cup era. In the buildup to the tournament, all the signs had … Continue reading

2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup schedule for US TV and Internet: May 29 to June 20

Posted on by Robert Hay
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This weekend the United States kicks off its participation in the FIFA U-20 World Cup.  Featuring rising stars like Gedion Zelalem of the U.S. and Andreas Pereira of Brazil, this tournament can be a stage for players’ Q ratings to … Continue reading

US TV schedule for 2015 Women’s World Cup on FOX Sports

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

The 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada is set to kick-off on Saturday June 6th and FOX has announced the TV schedule that will broadcast all 52 games live on FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, online at … Continue reading

FOX Sports announces FIFA Women’s World Cup broadcast team

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

With less than 30 days until the FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer in Canada, FOX Sports has announced the team that will be covering all the action beginning on June 4th. The group selected to provide play-by-play and in-studio … Continue reading

FOX Sports on verge of acquiring Copa America Centenario TV rights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX Sports is on the verge of acquiring the English-language TV rights to the 2016 Copa America, according to a World Soccer Talk source. The tournament, to be held in the United States from June 3-26 next year, will be the 100-year celebration … Continue reading

1.4 million+ watched Chelsea-Man United and Arsenal-Reading on NBC and FOX last Saturday

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The viewing numbers are in for the broadcasts by NBC and FOX over-the-air networks for last Saturday’s simultaneous live coverage of Chelsea’s Premier League game against Manchester United and Arsenal versus Reading in the FA Cup semi-final. NBC’s live broadcast … Continue reading

How the Premier League could split US TV Packages for 2016-19

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Sports Business Daily reported on Tuesday that the Premier League is considering splitting packages for the next round US TV rights, which will run from 2016 to 2019. This would follow the precedent set by the league in other major … Continue reading