Part of the rapidly growing soccer scene in the US is the ability to watch USL, the major leagues beneath MLS, on TV. While the United States does not have a pyramid with promotion and relegation, USL is an entertaining league with a growing fanbase. With teams ranging from across the country in different sized cities, USL always has drama.

The umbrella of USL divides into three leagues. Those are the USL Championship, League One and League Two. That makes it easy to remember, as it resembles the English Football League in naming conventions. The mirroring of the English setup will continue in 2024 on the women’s side, with the first division USL Super League launching in August.

The USL Championship TV schedule and USL League One TV schedule have full listings of all available games.

Watch USL on US TV

USL will have games across CBS/Paramount platforms in starting in 2024.

Full details on the broadcast schedule and additional partner(s) have yet to be announced.

      The lower divisions of US soccer

      Although the talent on display may not be the same tier as other leagues, the drama is equal to the top flight of American soccer. Also, for more traditional fans, the teams come from generally smaller population centers. Those crowds, particularly in locations such as Detroit, Sacramento, Tulsa and others, are increasingly passionate. When these teams compete in the playoffs or the US Open Cup, it is a chance to see these teams at their best.