Manchester United TV’s MUTV is now a part of the B/R Live streaming service. England’s most popular team joins club channels Arsenal TV, LFC TV and Spurs TV on Bleacher Report’s streaming platform. Plus, B/R Live already has the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Scottish Premiership and other soccer competitions too.
Founded in 1998, MUTV offers fans an abundance of access to the Red Devils organization. The 13-time Premier League champions allow supporters to view exclusive interviews with players, coaches and club legends in addition to live press conferences before and after matches. Broadcasts of the team’s preseason matches are also available to watch on the service in addition to classic matches, archive footage and more.
MUTV broadcasts 24/7 every single day of the year, and features studios inside Old Trafford and the Aon Training Complex.
All of Manchester United’s Premier league matches can be watched on the channel on delay generally 48 hours after the matches are played. Live academy and reserve games can be seen on the platform as well. Current first-team players such as Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Mason Greenwood, Scott McTominay and Brandon Williams have had their progress documented on the network since they were kids.
MUTV also features exclusive documentaries about players, managers and teams. Some examples are The Impossible Dream which is about the 1998-99 side that won the treble, Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League, Celebrity Reds which is a show that talks about famous United fans like Usain Bolt, Green Devils which is about actor Simon Delaney traveling across Ireland to put together his best starting 11 of Manchester United Irish players, Munich which covers the Munich air disaster of 1958 and Eric Harrison’s Class of ‘92 which discusses academy members that became club legends in that era. Other forms of programming are also on the service like daily club news and pundit-based shows. Club legends such as Andy Cole, Denis Irwin and Gary Pallister are regulars on the platform.
Manchester United’s women’s team has all their games available live on MUTV along with highlights and interviews. The channel also has an on-demand section where fans can watch shortened or extended highlights of games or the full 90 minutes, all-access content to the behind-the-scenes aspects of matches, previews & reviews of games, the UTD podcast which has former players, current players, former managers and current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as guests. There’s also a series available called 2000 Goals which shows the first 2,000 finishes the club has had in the Premier League. An eSports section is also present. The club has a team of gamers that plays Pro Evolution Soccer and their matches are available to watch on the platform. Interviews with members of the team are there also along with behind-the-scenes access.
Joining B/R Live allows fans to also watch the club in the Europa League this season and potentially the Champions League next year since Turner Sports has the rights to the events until May 2021 when CBS will take over the rights in the United States.
Overall, MUTV delivers fans a significant amount of content to help enhance your support of The Red Devils.
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