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GolTV Canada to broadcast second leg of NASL final


NASL fans in Canada will have the choice of watching the second leg of the league championship live online or on GolTV Canada’s tape-delayed broadcast.

The NASL announced Wednesday that the game would be broadcast on GolTV in the U.S. Confirmation came Thursday that the match will also be broadcast on GolTV Canada.

The NSC Minnesota Stars hold a 3-1 lead over the Fort Lauderdale Strikers after the first leg. The second leg from Florida will be broadcast on GolTV. Both English and Spanish broadcast crews will do the game. The Soccer Bowl finale will be shown on tape at 10 p.m. ET this Saturday in the U.S. And, if you can’t wait, it is shown live on the web, through nasl.com. Canadian viewers should check GolTV Canada’s website (goltv.ca) for updated programming information on when the game will air north of the border.

GolTV and GolTV Canada are broadcasting the three-part Team NASL series, which features news and highlights from the eight teams in the league in 2011. Unfortunately, it debuted after four of the teams had been eliminated from playoff contention.

“”It is with great excitement we build upon our partnership with GolTV in the broadcasting of this Saturday’s Championship Series final game,” said NASL commissioner David Downs in a release. “The Team NASL show on GolTV has provided our fans unique insight into the league and each of our teams, and this broadcast furthers the access our fans have to our league on national television.”

Two weeks ago, GolTV content manager Adrian Costas confirmed that discussions were underway to potentially bring Team NASL back to the station in 2012.

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