In the meantime, the streaming options include MLS Live, which streams every game during the season except for local blackouts. Other options include Sling TV, FOX Sports GO and WatchESPN.
Launched in June 2016, Sling TV offers FOX Sports without requiring a cable or satellite TV subscription. Sling Blue includes FS1, FS2, FOX and FOX Sports Net. If you get the Sling Blue/Sling Orange combo, you get the FOX channels, all of the ESPN channels and also Univision, so you can watch all of the MLS games you want.
In addition to the above coverage, cord cutters and soccer fans can watch MLS games via the following streaming options:
Every season, MLS teams compete in the US Open Cup, a historic soccer tournament that unfortunately doesn’t get as much love or appreciation from soccer fans and media in the United States. For the 2016 season, the US Open Cup semi-finals and final were televised live on ESPN2. Earlier rounds of the tournament were shown mostly, if at all, on club-specific YouTube channels.
If you have any questions about where to watch MLS on US TV, let us know in the comments section below.
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MLS on radio
Radio listeners can tune into ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes Radio for live coverage of live MLS matches. Streaming service TuneIn radio provides specialized team broadcasts of many top Major League Soccer clubs. SiriusXM FC (channel 85) also has plenty of coverage and commentary throughout the MLS season.
Many pubs and sports bars also show live matches of MLS games as well. To find a comprehensive list of pubs/sports bars that air your favorite Major League Soccer team’s matches, click here.