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Archives: FOX Sports 1

A Comprehensive Guide To English Soccer TV Commentators and Co-Commentators

Posted on by Chris Moore
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One of the often-overlooked reasons why the Premier League is the world’s most popular sports league is the expertise of the commentators. Whether it’s the commentators or co-commentators (aka color commentators), the men bring the Premier League to life in … Continue reading

How to Watch Champions League for Free With FOX Sports GO

Posted on by Chris Moore
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One of the biggest secrets at FOX Sports is their free and seldom-promoted FOX Sports GO app, not to be confused with their FOX Soccer 2GO service, which is a different streaming product. With FOX Sports GO, you can watch … Continue reading

Alexi Lalas And Brad Friedel Close to Joining FOX Sports, Says Source

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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FOX Sports is close to finalizing deals to acquire Alexi Lalas and Brad Friedel as its newest soccer analysts, says a World Soccer Talk source. If finalized, the move to acquire the talents of Lalas and Friedel will bolster FOX’s soccer coverage, … Continue reading

FOX Sports Making Baby Steps to Improve Its Soccer Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It’s no secret that we’ve been critical of FOX Sports’ poor soccer coverage during the past two years where they’ve committed a catalog of mistakes and thumbed its noses at its core soccer audience. Thankfully, FOX Sports is beginning to see the … Continue reading

Gus Johnson Quitting Role As Lead Commentator Is a Victory For Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Gus Johnson has decided to step down from his role as the lead soccer commentator for FOX Sports, and will return to announcing college football and college basketball, according to a report by SI.com. The news will come as a victory … Continue reading

Why FOX’s TV Coverage of the Women’s World Cup May Be Doomed

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Confidence in FOX Sports’ expected level of coverage for the 2015 Women’s World Cup and men’s World Cup 2018/2022 is already at a low. I won’t rehash the reasons why (although there is extensive coverage of it on World Soccer … Continue reading

FOX Sports Sublicenses Select UEFA Champions League Playoff Games to ESPN

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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In soccer TV and Internet rights news, FOX Sports has sublicensed select UEFA Champions League matches to ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com for the matches scheduled next week. The playoff games will be split between FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, … Continue reading

Dutch Eredivisie Starts 2014-15 Season Without a Home On US TV

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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This weekend marks the start of the new Dutch Eredivisie season and there is a conspicuous absence of coverage on US TV. ESPN has held the rights to the league since the 2008-09 season. Prior to that saw the now … Continue reading

Highs and Lows of FOX Sports’ International Champions Cup TV Coverage

Posted on by Lawrence Dockery
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With the 2014 edition of the Guinness International Champions Cup now completed, it’s time to look at what FOX Sports’ coverage was like during the tournament. Certainly, there were some good points but not surprisingly, given FOX’s track record of … Continue reading

FOX Sports Delivers Cheap Tricks In Its Coverage of Liverpool-Manchester City Game

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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FOX Sports has been using the International Champions Cup as a testing ground for a whole host of changes in its soccer coverage during the past week. Most of them, so far, have been poor. But tonight’s coverage of the … Continue reading

What Will FOX Sports’ World Cup Coverage Look Like?

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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On Sunday night, ESPN wrapped up its World Cup coverage — it’s eighth World Cup since 1982 — with a beautiful closing montage before presenter Mike Tirico said that ESPN was handing off future World Cup coverage to a network … Continue reading

FOX Sports 1 Announces World Cup Coverage Plans

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Even though FOX Sports does not have the rights to show World Cup matches this summer, the sports network will still be down in Brazil providing analysis and commentary during the tournament. Last week, the channel detailed how FOX Sports … Continue reading

From Bad to Worse, Gus Johnson and FOX Sports’ Coverage of Champions League Sinks to a New Low

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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During the past two weeks, FOX Sports’ PR representatives have been busy at work securing interviews with top media outlets such as Esquire, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, New York Post and, bizarrely, Rolling Stone. Their mission was to generate positive … Continue reading

Why I’m Scared What FOX Sports Will Do With Its World Cup Coverage For 2015-2022

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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In 390 days, FOX Sports will begin its first broadcast of a World Cup tournament it paid FIFA $500 million for the rights to as part of the World Cups from 2015 to 2022. The tournament is the FIFA Women’s … Continue reading

5 Concerns About the US Soccer and MLS 8-Year TV Rights Deal

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Today’s announcement that US Soccer and MLS have signed an eight-year TV rights deal worth $90 million a year with FOX Sports, ESPN and Univision is a major boost for MLS, which will help the league finance its growth and … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Alex Muller
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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 … Continue reading

Gus Johnson Fails to Give FOX Sports 1′s Soccer Ratings a Boost

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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With the way that FOX Sports hyped Gus Johnson, you would expect by now after one year of announcing soccer games that Gus Johnson would be generating scorching hot viewing audience numbers that would help pay for the huge salary … Continue reading

As Bad As It Is, FOX Sports’ Soccer Coverage Is Here To Stay

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Here’s a statement that may send shockwaves throughout the United States soccer-loving community: FOX is not good at covering soccer. Although FOX has played a major role in the growth of soccer in the States for many years, their coverage … Continue reading