Everything that we dislike about the way American traditional sports is structured was encapsulated in The Super League. No sporting merit. No promotion/relegation. No authenticity. We analyze why the Super League was rejected, the deciding factors in forcing change and the impact on fans in the United States, in this episode 219.
In this episode, we discuss news about the next MLS TV rights deal, fuboTV marks a huge development for soccer streaming services, FIFA planning major club tournament in USA, what the Univision/Televisa merger means for soccer fans, first impressions of NWSL’s 2021 coverage, and more in episode 218.
In our new episode, we discuss why Jamie Carragher is the hottest soccer analyst on TV right now, our insight about NWSL’s TV coverage plans this season, news about Paramount+'s ambitious streaming goals, as well as the highs and lows of this week's UEFA Champions League and more on episode 217.
In this episode, how Hulu has just advanced to the next level for soccer fans, our thoughts about the state of the US national team, the enticing world of soccer stickers, trading cards and NFT, plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section, in episode 216.
In the episode, we have news about which league got its highest-rated-ever game on US TV, what the CBS Serie A deal means for ESPN+ and Peacock, latest news on where you can watch Copa America this summer, will ESPN+ now go for Premier League after losing Serie A? and much more in episode 215.
In the episode, why are there so few good American soccer analysts on TV, our thoughts about so many English voices still playing such a big part in soccer coverage in America, latest developments with Serie A TV deal, first impressions of Paramount+ and Der Klassiker coverage on ABC, what ESPN’s NHL deal means for the soccer streaming wars, and more in episode 214.
We discuss who will win out between ESPN+, Paramount+ and Peacock TV, can the Bundesliga score a home run on ABC this weekend? All the ins and outs of Paramount+, which streaming service is looking to acquire sports rights, and more in episode 213.
In the latest episode, Paramount+ gobbles up more soccer rights, our review of the new Pele documentary from Netflix, NBC finally pays attention to Leicester this season, find out how to win a $100 gift certificate to World Soccer Shop, plus more in episode 212.
Why do soccer fans and leagues love ESPN+? Plus news on a big change at NBC that gives them an advantage with Premier League rights, Belgium football is back in the United States, and ESPN+ scores again with a fantastic short film. All this and more in episode 211.
We discuss why 2021 will be the year of soccer streaming wars, details on Serie B and Serie C available again in the U.S., what ESPN+ has in store for 2021, why Taylor Twellman gets under my skin plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section of episode 210.