The World Soccer Talk Orlando Pride TV schedule has all the games for the ladies in purple.

The Pride have had a tough go of it on the field, making the NWSL playoffs just once in their first seven seasons.

Orlando Pride TV Schedule

Orlando Pride on TV and streaming: U.S. only:

Founded: 2015 (First NWSL Season 2016)
Stadium: Exploria Stadium
Manager: Seb Hines
NWSL Titles: 0
Other Titles: 0

Where Can I Watch the Pride Match?

Starting in 2024, the NWSL has a four-year national broadcast rights deal split between ESPN, CBS, Amazon, and Scripps Sports (ION).

Friday night games each week will feature on Amazon’s Prime Video service. Prime video will also carry one of the league’s playoff quarterfinals.

The CBS Television Network and CBS Sports Network will air a minimum of 21 games throughout the year, including a quarterfinal, semifinal, and the NWSL Championship all on the main CBS network. Games on over-the-air CBS will also stream on Paramount+, the network’s subscription video on demand and live streaming service.

20 games will be televised on ESPN platforms (either ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and/or ESPN Deportes). All of these games will be simulcast live on the streaming service ESPN+.

And finally, 50 regular season matches are set to be aired on the ION TV network (available over-the-air and on most cable/satellite plans) as part pf 25 Saturday night doubleheaders.

The remaining regular season matches not part of the national TV schedule will be streamed directly by the NWSL.

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Orlando Pride History

The Orlando Pride was officially founded in Fall 2015. The name “Pride” was selected to tie into Orlando City SC (who are nicknamed the Lions – a group of Lions is known as a pride). The MLS team shares ownership with the NWSL side. This relationship also gives the Pride their purple color.

The Pride’s crest features an image of Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain, which is located in Lake Eola in downtown Orlando.

The club kicked off in 2016, playing at Camping World Stadium (aka the Citrus Bowl). Their first home match drew a then-NWSL record crowd of 23,403 fans. However, the club missed the playoffs that first season, finishing ninth of ten teams.

2017 was a banner year for the organization. Along with Orlando City, the Pride moved down the road and into Exploria Stadium. The club also signed legendary Brazilian international Marta – often considered to be the greatest women’s player of all time. She has been with the Pride ever since.

That season the Pride finished third overall, and made it to the playoff semifinals. This was their best overall result for the season to date.

In 2020, COVID-19 scrapped much of the season, but the NWSL was the first sports league in the US to return to play with the Challenge Cup. The Pride, however, only participated in the Fall Series, failing to win any of their four matches.

Indeed, on the field, it has largely been a struggle for Orlando. The Pride missed the playoffs in six of their first seven seasons and failed to advance from the group stage in the Challenge Cup in 2021 and 2022. This is with several quality players over the years, such as Marta, Alex Morgan, Ali Krieger, and Sydney Leroux.

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