Category: FOXSoccer.tv

What FOX Soccer 2Go Could Have Been: Looking at MLB.TV

A topic that seems to crop up a few times every season is the technical issues that FOX Soccer 2Go subscribers experience. I am a former subscriber, and one of the many problems I have had with the site is their conduct and accessibility when these issues occurred. The lack of any sort of response from FOX Soccer 2Go concerned me. Couple this with the price hike that occurred last fall with the new app, I made the decision to walk away from my monthly subscription last October. When I attempted to take part in the free trial week in February, they ... Read more

Sign Up For A 7-Day Free Trial to the New-And-Improved FOX Soccer 2Go

Sign up today for a 7-day free trial to FOX Soccer 2Go, the online streaming service from FOX Soccer. FOX Soccer 2Go is new-and-improved for the 2012-13 season. Among some of its enhancements are features such as: On demand matches available on the web, iPhone, iPad and Android devices, Live chat support, New Android app (by popular request), The addition of CONCACAF Champions League games, and New versions of the iPhone, iPad and web interfaces, which are redesigned and easier to use. If you’re a fan of the Premier League and you want to have the ability to watch every ... Read more

FOX Soccer 2Go To Launch On Android This Week; New Updates Coming to iOS Devices

The news that many soccer fans who own Android devices have been waiting to hear can finally be revealed. FOX Soccer 2Go will be available on Android devices later this week according to a FOX Soccer spokesperson. FOX Soccer 2Go is FOX Soccer’s streaming service that offers paid customers access to live Premier League, Champions League and other leagues and cup competitions. With this week’s release of FOX Soccer 2Go for Android devices, FOX Soccer 2Go will be available on several platforms computers (both PC and Mac), iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and now Android phones and tablets. There’s also good ... Read more

FOX Soccer Needs to Start Delivering With Its FOX Soccer 2Go Product

It’s only nine days until the start of the English Premier League. Other European leagues and tournaments are starting all through August. These are exciting times for any soccer fan. But where is FOX Soccer in all this? They are busy putting their efforts into rebranding (yet again) another product / service instead of communicating with their fans — i.e. paying customers — on how they are going to provide value to their community. Need examples? June 2011… Our audience comes to FOX Soccer for one thing: to interact with the game they love. They are smart, they want new technologies, they ... Read more

TV Schedule Revealed For Premier League Matches On US Television

The Premier League has announced which matches will be shown on UK television between now and December, so we now know at least some of the games that will be shown on US television. This is by no means a complete list. All of the Premier League matches are shown live in the United States, across TV and the Internet. But here’s what we know so far. And, by early August, we should know more after FOX Soccer and ESPN2 reveal their TV schedules for the first 1-3 weeks of the season. To stay updated on all of the Premier ... Read more

FOX and ESPN’s Premier League Season Finale Coverage Tops 1.3 Million Viewers In US

FOX’s historic live coverage of the final day of the 2011-12 Premier League season topped more than 1.3 million viewers across the English and Spanish-language properties that showed many of the final games of the season. Led by FX, FSMG networks SPEED, FSN, FUEL TV, FOX Soccer, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Deportes, along with digital platforms FOXSoccer.com and FOX Soccer 2Go, carried nine matches live at 10:00 AM ET on Sunday, May 13, 2012. The tenth game was televised by ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes, which had a viewing audience of 600,000 and 189,000 respectively. According to audience figures compiled ... Read more

Where to Watch the EPL Season Finale on US TV and Internet

Sunday is going to be one of those days that will live in history. Either Manchester City will win their first top flight trophy in 44 years, or Manchester United will stage a surprise 20th league title. And those are just two of the ten live matches that soccer fans in the United States will be able to watch across television and the Internet. With Manchester City and Manchester United tied on the same number of points, but with City having a +8 goal difference, all Manchester City has to do today is win to lift the title unless Manchester ... Read more

Arsenal Season Finale Will Be Live on US TV Unless You Live in Chicago, Boston or Philadelphia

Arsenal fans in the United States will be glued to their TV sets this Sunday to watch their massive season finale against West Bromwich Albion. That is unless you live in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Colorado, Utah or the Northwest where six different regional sports networks will not be televising the game at all. The West Brom vs Arsenal match will be shown live on TV nationwide in the United States on FSN (FOX Sports Net). However, the following six regional sports networks will not be showing the game: Comcast SportsNet Chicago Comcast SportsNet New England Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia ROOT Sports ... Read more