The MLS TV schedule for the 2019 season features 28 games on ESPN, 3 on ESPN2, 30 on FS1, 4 on FOX, 14 on Univision and 13 on UniMas.
Immediately following FOX’s broadcast of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final on July 7, the network will present Atlanta United FC–New York Red Bulls at 2 p.m. EST from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
For those Saturday Major League Soccer games not available on national television, they are instead shown on local TV networks, where available, or ESPN+.
Broadcast networks Univision and UniMás will both be home to MLS action this season, with most matches simulcast on Univision Deportes Network. Spanish-language broadcasts of MLS includes 27 regular-season matches plus MLS All-Star Game, playoffs and 2019 MLS Cup.
Broadcast talent for MLS matches from Univision Deportes in 2019 include: (Play-by-Play) Francisco “Paco” Villa, Raul Guzman, Jose Luis Lopez Salido; (Analysis): Diego Balado, Marcelo Balboa, Ramses Sandoval, Carlos Pavon and (English-Language via SAP): Nico Cantor and Ramses Sandoval.
Univision Deportes will also air 42 regularly scheduled episodes of its Somos MLS highlight show on UDN throughout the 2019 season.
New for 2019, the inaugural edition of Leagues Cup will feature four clubs from Liga MX and MLS in an eight-team single-elimination tournament that aims to crown the best team of North America.
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MLS TV schedule
All times Eastern.
Last updated August 19, 2019
Tuesday, August 20
Wednesday, August 21
NYCFC vs. Columbus, 7pm, ESPN+
DC United vs. New York Red Bulls, 8pm, UniMas, TUDN and fuboTV (free trial)
LAFC vs. San Jose, 10:30pm, UniMas, TUDN and fuboTV (free trial)
Thursday, August 22
Friday, August 23
Sunday, August 24
New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire, 7:30pm, ESPN+
Philadelphia Union vs. D.C. United, 7:30pm, ESPN+
Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact, 7:30pm, ESPN+
Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado Rapids, 10pm, ESPN+
San Jose Earthquakes vs. Vancouver Whitecaps, 10pm, ESPN+
Sunday, August 25
Tuesday, August 27
Atlanta United vs. Minnesota United (US Open Cup Final), 8pm, ESPN+
Friday, September 6
Saturday, September 7
New York City FC vs. New England, time TBD, Univision, Univision Deportes Network and fuboTV (free trial)
Tuesday, September 10
Saturday, September 14
Chicago vs. Dallas, 3:30pm, Univision, Univision Deportes Network and fuboTV (free trial)
Sunday, September 15
Saturday, September 21
Atlanta vs. San Jose, 3:30pm, Univision, Univision Deportes Network and fuboTV (free trial)
MLS regular season ends
Friday, October 11
USA vs. Cuba (CONCACAF Nations League), 7pm, TV/streaming TBD
Tuesday, October 15
Canada vs. USA (CONCACAF Nations League), 7:30pm, TV/streaming TBD
Saturday, October 19
Sunday, October 20
Sunday, November 10
MLS Cup final on ESPN
Friday, November 15
USA vs. Canada (CONCACAF Nations League), 7:30pm, TV/streaming TBD
Tuesday, November 19
Cuba vs. USA (CONCACAF Nations League), 7:30pm, TV/streaming TBD
ESPN and FOX Sports 1 will alternate the MLS All-Star Game and MLS Cup each year under the agreement. Both sports networks will share both regular season matches and playoffs games, with Univision being able to air two playoff matches per season.
Also included are listings for MLS teams playing in the CONCACAF Champions League, Open Cup, summer friendlies, and games featuring the United States National Team. Bookmark this page and return to it often. You’ll find the latest schedule of TV games, in many cases posted before the information is officially released.
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