The USL League One TV schedule represents the third level on the American soccer pyramid.

While the USL Championship has a number of teams on the verge of competing in Major League Soccer, USL League One is much more of a development league. In fact, one example of a club in USL League One is Charlotte Independence. Despite the club recording its best season in USL Championship in 2022 after finishing with 59 points in 32 games, Charlotte Independence joined USL League One.

Reason being, it signed a deal with new MLS side Charlotte FC to be an affiliate side. Plus, Charlotte Independence specifically wanted to focus on player development, particularly regarding its youth.

This is not the case for each team in USL League One. Other clubs come from areas that are simply not as populated as areas built for MLS or the USL Championship.

Club City Stadium (capacity)
Central Valley Fuego FC Fresno, CA Fresno State Soccer Stadium (1,000)
Charlotte Independence Charlotte, NC American legion Memorial Stadium (10,500)
Chattanooga Red Wolves SC East Ridge, TN CHI Memorial Stadium (5,500)
Forward Madison FC Madison, WI Breese Stevens Field (5,000)
Greenville Triumph SC Greenville, SC Legacy Early College Field (4,000)
North Carolina FC Cary, NC WakeMed Soccer Park (10,000)
Northern Colorado Hailstorm FC Windsor, CO Future Legends Complex (6,000)
Union Omaha Papillion, NE Werner Park (9,023)
Richmond Kickers Richmond, VA City Stadium (22,611)
South Georgia Tormenta FC Statesboro, GA Optim Health System Field (3,500)
FC Tucson Tucson, AZ Kino North Stadium (3,200)
Fort Wayne FC Fort Wayne, IN Shield’s Field (3,200)
Lexington SC Lexington, KY Bell Soccer Complex (3,370)
USL1 Spokane Spokane, WA Downtown Spokane Stadium (5,000)

 

Fort Wayne, Lexington and Spokane all join the league beginning with the 2023 season.

USL League One TV schedule

The USL League One TV schedule airs on ESPN+. However, there are select games that air on some of the major ESPN networks. For instance, ESPN2 airs select games on the schedule below.