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beIN SPORTS expands The Locker Room and The XTRA

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US sports network beIN SPORTS has expanded its coverage of their studio shows The Locker Room and The XTRA to strengthen its original programming.

Starting this week on beIN SPORTS, The XTRA will broadcast live every night at 7pm ET, while The Locker Room will be live every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:30-8pm ET. Previously, The Locker Room was a weekly show that appeared on Monday nights.

Meanwhile on beIN SPORTS en Español, The XTRA will be in Spanish from 9:30-10pm ET every Monday through Friday, and will be followed by The Locker Room at 10pm ET.

beIN SPORTS, which is the fastest growing global sports network in the US, currently has more than 25 million subscribers. The Spanish-language network beIN SPORTS en Español is in almost 18 million homes.

Studio shows The XTRA and The Locker Room provide up-to-date news and analysis on the biggest sporting events on beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español. Alongside high profile guests and specialists, each telecast will feature a stellar line-up of co-hosts including world-renowned journalists like Kay Murray, Ray Hudson, Phil Schoen, Jeremy St Louis, Kevin Egan, Ana Cobos, Eduardo Biscayart, José Hernández, Alejandro Farffann, Pablo Mariño, among others.

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7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Roberto hidalgo

    April 5, 2018 at 8:35 pm

    El comentarista Fernando Ceballos debía de buscar otro oficio. Le gusta contradeci y sus argumentos no tienen ningún sentido discute con el resto del panel y no comprendo como lo soportan y fuera de eso deja que el regionalismo oscurezcan su juicio el Pezcadito Ruiz se le nota que no puede creer las sensateces que dice Ceballos la verdad no comprendo como lo soportan

  2. ALVARO

    September 18, 2017 at 10:03 pm

    Este muchacho Jaime que comenta que un jugador que no entrena por 15 dias o no hace pretemporada no se lesiona, no tiene ni la mejor idea de lo que esta diciendo . Saludos.

  3. Susy

    August 10, 2017 at 9:37 pm

    Me encanta el programa Locker room en Español, muy bueno, Las discuciones son muy informativas,, el unico que ultimamente esta como pez fuera del agua es el famoso pescadito,, que le paso se le subio la tv a la cabeza,, que se ubique y piense mejor las respuestas

  4. Martha dreifuerst

    April 24, 2017 at 11:02 pm

    Can you tell me who won the tickets for the soccer game in Miami?

  5. juke

    February 21, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    Big fan of BEIN SPORTS and the Locker Room. Just recently, the Locker Room panel provided more and better analytical insight on Barcelona’s wavering season and its inconsistent performances. There are too many individual player performances and questions about their skill level. And I beg to differ with the panel’s soft approach to Neymar’s form which has seen too few flashes of genius and mostly mediocre performances while bating opponents and losing possession. IMHO, the off season acquisitions of Gomes, D. Suarez, and Digne are a total bust. Rakitic is a shadow of his previous seasons and Roberto is a high risk liability on defense. The tactical planning and preparation by the coaching staff is highly questionable in lieu of the shortcomings of the cited players. The panel needs to be more proactive in debating clubs current problem(s) and its future.

  6. Wagner

    February 2, 2017 at 2:11 pm

    I hope the producers of the Locker Room heeds to my suggestion: Change the lineup !!!
    Leave Anita Cobos and replace the others with people who knows the sport of soccer.
    Yesterday, after the Barca and Atletico de Madrid game while watching the Locker Room, I couldn’t believe the amount idiotic comments from the “experts”…awful
    No one actually made any comment on the terrible coaching job by Luis Enrique, with the substitutions he made , taking out Andre Gomes and specially Rakitic , he actually opened up the right side of his defense which became wide open for Felipe Luis to became another Left winger.
    Mora, Nacho, Bauz , Ottati, Marino, Biscayart, are very good in selling their views (carrying their country flag), but at the same completely senseless when it comes to analyzing a game.
    I would be glad to debate any these of so called “experts” off camera whenever I am in the Miami area…
    they might learn something about the sport,
    Thank you and best regards,
    WOL

  7. Maria Ricci

    September 6, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    Sr.Eduardo Biscayart.tenho mais um lembrete,Refrescando a sua Memoria Burra!!! Nossos jogadores brasileiros,nossa Selecao Brasileira,NUNCA FORAM MOVIDOS A COCAINA.nossos TITULOS que sao MUITOS.,CORRICULO GRANDE.Foram conquistados por competencia,nao por DROGAS. VIVA BRASIL.

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