SUN, 8:30AM ET
LEI
MUFC
SUN, 8:30AM ET
TOT
WBA
SUN, 8:45AM ET
ROM
CAL
SUN, 11AM ET
MCFC
CFC
SUN, 11AM ET
EVE
CRY
SUN, 3PM ET
LEV
BAR

Archives: Soccer On TV

Top 7 Soccer Commentators on TV

Posted on by Chris Moore
soccer-commentators

While there are dozens of solid soccer commentators on English language television around the world, I have compiled a list of the seven best announcers in the business. To see if your favorite voice made the cut, let’s check the … Continue reading

Interview With Nick Webster, Host of the World Soccer Talk Podcast

Posted on by Christopher Harris
nick-webster-david-beckham

Nick Webster, one of the pioneers at Fox Soccer Channel, recently joined World Soccer Talk as the new host of the weekly podcast (and the longest running soccer podcast on the planet). Here’s our interview with Nick to learn more … Continue reading

Highs and Lows of Soccer Viewing Experience, Aug. 23-25

Posted on by Christopher Harris
beinsport-2-year-bug

Hardcore soccer fans consume a lot of the sport. So much so that many of us can identify an announcer or co-commentator by hearing just a few of his words. It’s almost as if we feel we know the person considering … Continue reading

TV Coverage Of La Liga And Bundesliga Opening Weekends

Posted on by Ed Perovic
14787270930_e24e4c3da1_z

beIN SPORTS is rolling out the red carpet for the opening weekend of Spain’s La Liga. Eight matches will be broadcast live on both beIN SPORTS channels: Programming note: For viewers in the United States, this weekend’s La Liga games … Continue reading

Highs and Lows of the Soccer Viewing Experience, August 15-18

Posted on by Christopher Harris
arlo-white

In a new feature on World Soccer Talk, I’ll review the highs and lows of my soccer viewing experience on a weekly basis. The feature will review what’s it like watching the beautiful game online and on TV from the … Continue reading

FOX Sports Sublicenses Select UEFA Champions League Playoff Games to ESPN

Posted on by Ed Perovic
Champions-League-Final

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

West Ham vs Spurs to be First EPL Game Shown In US Movie Theaters

Posted on by Christopher Harris
nbc-epl

Saturday’s London derby between West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur will be the first Premier League game ever shown in US movie theaters. The 10am ET/7am PT kickoff featuring the Hammers against Spurs will be available in 33 select movie … Continue reading

Why Traditional Media is Actually Driving Illegal Soccer Viewing

Posted on by Robert Hay
illegal-stream-soccer

Pop quiz! Which legal streaming platforms are showing the UEFA Champions League qualifying matches? And where can you watch the English Championship via legal streams? Yeah, we thought so. It’s not easy to know the answers to these questions, right, … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Ed Perovic
Eredivisie-logo

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
brian-mcbride-jp-dellacamera

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

How Does Univision Compare?

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Univision-logo

While watching the Argentina against Mexico match, here are just a few of the differences I noticed between Univision’s coverage of the match versus ABC/ESPN: 1. The crowd volume on Univision is much louder. 2. You can hear the passion, … Continue reading

ABC and ESPN

Posted on by Christopher Harris
espn-logo

I’m not sure which is worse. With ESPN partnering with ABC for the World Cup coverage in America, does this drag the ABC name through the mud? Or is the other way around?

World Cup ratings surprise ABC & ESPN

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
espn-logo

ABC and ESPN’s ratings for World Cup have been excellent despite the cynics and obvious contempt of the soccer hating sports media in this country. The Czech Republic-USA match was the highest rated program thus far in 2006 on ESPN … Continue reading

Recap of interview with BBC World

Posted on by Christopher Harris
radio

Just completed an interesting interview this morning on live TV for BBC World’s “My World Cup” show. The host, Adnan, asked me about the US performance in the Italy match, how the coverage has been thus far on TV, and … Continue reading

Alternative to ABC/ESPN Commentary

Posted on by Christopher Harris
australia-home-shirt-world-cup

The Sun newspaper from England is streaming the World Cup matches live via Internet audio (including the current Australia versus Brazil match). Just click on the link below: The Sun newspaper (England)

Waldo’s World

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
eric-wynalda

Eric Wynalda is a breath of fresh air on ESPN and ABC American soccer is still in its growth stages and throughout the evolution of our national team, ESPN and ABC have essentially employed yes men and rally around the … Continue reading

Stand Up Speak Out Against Racism

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
holland_costa_rica_wc_salvador_2

Today ABC’s Brent Musberger had an excellent feature on the World Cup telecast about Stand up and Speak Out an effort started by Arsenal and France Striker Theirry Henry and Nike to counter the racism that is prevalent in many … Continue reading

World Cup Coverage in America, Day 5

Posted on by Christopher Harris
espn-logo

ABC/ESPN’s coverage was better today, probably because Dave O’Brien and Marcelo Balboa took the day off. JP Dellacamera did a fine job, as did the team of Adrian Healey and Tommy Smyth. Some points regarding today’s coverage: ESPN’s World Cup … Continue reading