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Changes coming to NASL/beIN schedule


Expect some tweaks to NASL’s beIN television broadcast schedule.

The league confirmed that there will be some changes. The network and the league have a partnership that sees one game per weekend — usually a Saturday-night match — broadcast to American and Canadian viewers. There’s also two remaining Wednesday night matches.

But beIN has been making additions to its schedule. Earlier this year, beIN secured the rights to Conference USA college football broadcasts. And, according to beIN’s schedule, those games are set for Saturday evenings.

Through the beIN’s web streaming service (beinsportsconnect.ca), more than one feed is available.

But a league source confirmed that adjustments will be made to the NASL/beIN Sports package going forward. The Ottawa Fury is scheduled to be on beIN twice more this season. FC Edmonton has no remaining beIN games.

“Previously scheduled NASL games will continue to air live on beIN Sports’ over-the-air and online platforms,” stated the league source. “Details related to small programming changes will be released in the coming days.”

The remaining beIN schedule (as it stands):

Aug. 27
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Rayo OKC, 7:30 ET

Sept. 3
Minnesota United vs. Rayo OKC, 8 ET

Sept 10
Fort Lauderdale Strikers vs. Indy Eleven, 7 ET

Sept 17
Puerto Rico FC vs. Jacksonville, 7:30 ET

Sept. 24
Jacksonville vs. Rayo OKC 7 ET

Sept. 28
Miami FC vs. Ottawa 8 ET

Oct. 2
Rayo OKC vs. Carolina 7 ET

Oct. 8
Carolina vs. Fort Lauderdale 7:30 ET

Oct. 12
Carolina vs. Rayo OKC 7:30 ET

Oct. 15
Indy Eleven vs. Carolina 7:30 ET

Oct. 22
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Ottawa 7:30 ET

Oct. 29
Puerto Rico FC v. Carolina 7:30 ET

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