US online streaming rights to Japan’s top flight soccer league, the J-League, have been acquired by NGSN, the legal streaming service that has rights to leagues in the Netherlands (Eredivisie), Argentina, Chile, Portugal, Russia and other countries.

NGSN has the rights to the J-League for 2015 through 2017. Commentaries will be offered in English-language, while Japanese-language commentaries will be made available in the near future. Matches are streamed live but available on-demand after games are over. The commentaries will be handled by Perform Group.

NGSN offers a free 30-day trial to their service. After that, it’s just $8.99 per month. NGSN streams to your computer, tablet or smartphone.

SEE MORERead our interview with NGSN CEO and President about the service.

The next round of J-League fixtures are planned for July 11. The season begins in March and ends in December. TV coverage of the league can be found on One World Sports (available on select TV providers).

Founded in 1993, the J-League features 18 teams and promotion/relegation. The league features teams such as Kashima Antlers, Urawa Reds and Nagoya Grampus.

More information can be found on the NGSN website.