As we exclusively revealed yesterday, NBC Sports will debut their newest program Goal Rush this Saturday. It’ll be shown on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App from 10am to Noon ET.
And the first Goal Rush game to be shown in the United States is this Saturday’s clash between Watford and Arsenal, live from Vicarage Road.
The concept behind Goal Rush is simple and perfect for many soccer fans wanting to stay on top of everything that’s happening. Every Saturday during the 10am-Noon ET timeslot, Goal Rush will broadcast one of the Premier League games. And during the 90 minutes, it’ll feature NFL RedZone-like live look-ins at the other games happening at the same time.
So for this Saturday’s crucial Premier League game where both teams will be looking for their first wins of the season, the match coverage will start at Watford-Arsenal. Presenter John Dykes will also be keeping an eye on the other five matches being played at the same time, and will go to the TV coverage of those matches when key moments or goals go in. Those five are Chelsea-Burnley, Everton-Stoke, Crystal Palace-Bournemouth, Leicester-Swansea and Southampton-Sunderland.
If you do want to watch the complete 90 minutes of Watford vs. Arsenal without seeing goals and highlights of the other games, the match will be shown live on a separate stream at NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App.