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Broadcast news: Majority of NASL games will be available to Canadian viewers via NASL.com

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The North American Soccer League has just announced its American national broadcast schedule for the spring season. Whenever a soccer league that has teams in both the United States and Canada announces its broadcast plans for south of the border, those north of it are often left confused.

So, let’s break this down. The majority of games are going to be put on ESPN’s web platform, ESPN3. Canadians can’t access ESPN3. So, as in previous seasons, all games on ESPN3 will be broadcast on NASL.com, but accessible only to Canadian viewers. If you’re on a computer, and you’re in Canada, go to the NASL’s website, go to “video” and click on the tab for Canadian viewers. You can access the ESPN3 games there.

A selection of games will also be broadcast via beIN Sport, which we can access in Canada. FC Edmonton has two games on beIN in the spring season; June 3 in Puerto Rico and Canada Day (July 1) at the Jacksonville Armada.

As well, the San Francisco Deltas home games, including the June 17 game against FC Edmonton, will be broadcast via Twitter. With the Deltas having so much Can-con, from coach Marc Dos Santos to players like Kyle Bekker, Nana Attakora and Karl Ouimette, the fact that their games will be available via social media is a plus for Canadians who are curious to see just what is going on in the Bay Area.

The Twitter and beIN broadcasts won’t be available to Canadians viewers on NASL.com.

So, if the American broadcast deal announcements have you panicked, no need to be. For Canadians, it’s pretty much status quo from last season.

NASL.com game schedule for Canada

DATE                                       TIME (ET)         MATCHUP
Saturday, March 25                  7:30                  North Carolina vs. Miami                      
Saturday, April 1                       3:00                  Indy vs. Puerto Rico
Sunday, April 2                         4:00                  Jacksonville vs. Edmonton                   
Saturday, April 8                       7:30                  Miami vs. New York
Saturday, April 8                       9:00                  Edmonton vs. Jacksonville
Saturday, April 15                     7:30                  North Carolina vs. Edmonton                
Saturday, April 22                     3:00                  Indy vs. San Francisco
Saturday, April 22                     7:30                  Miami vs. North Carolina
Saturday, April 22                     9:00                  Edmonton vs. Puerto Rico
Saturday, April 29                     7:30                  Puerto Rico vs. North Carolina
Saturday, April 29                     7:30                  Miami vs. Edmonton
Saturday, May 6                       7:00                  Jacksonville vs. New York
Saturday, May 6                       7:30                  Puerto Rico vs. Miami
Saturday, May 6                       7:30                  Indy vs. Edmonton
Saturday, May 13                     7:00                  New York vs. Puerto Rico
Saturday, May 13                     7:30                  Miami vs. Indy
Sunday, May 14                       4:00                  Edmonton vs. San Francisco
Saturday, May 20                     7:30                  Puerto Rico vs. North Carolina
Sunday, May 21                       5:00                  New York vs. Edmonton
Saturday, May 27                     7:30                  Miami vs. Puerto Rico
Saturday, May 27                     9:00                  Edmonton vs. Indy
Sunday, May 28                       4:00                  Jacksonville vs. North Carolina
Saturday, June 3                      7:00                  Jacksonville vs. Miami
Sunday, June 4                        4:00                  North Carolina vs. New York
Friday, June 9                          7:30                  New York vs. North Carolina
Saturday, June 10                    7:30                  Indy vs. Jacksonville
Saturday, June 10                    9:00                  Edmonton vs. Miami
Friday, June 16                        7:30                  New York vs. Puerto Rico
Saturday, June 17                    7:30                  Miami vs. Jacksonville
Saturday, June 24                    7:30                  North Carolina vs. Indy
Saturday, June 24                    9:00                  Edmonton vs. San Francisco
Sunday, June 25                      6:00                  Jacksonville vs. Puerto Rico    
Tuesday, July 4                        7:30                  North Carolina vs. Miami
Friday, July 7                            9:00                  Edmonton vs. North Carolina
Saturday, July 8                        7:30                  Puerto Rico vs. Jacksonville
Saturday, July 8                        7:30                  Indy vs. New York
Saturday, July 15                      7:30                  Indy vs. Jacksonville
Saturday, July 15                      9:00                  Edmonton vs. New York        
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2 Comments

  1. Jason Melnyk

    March 22, 2017 at 11:14 am

    Any news of local tv and radio?

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