Last Update: Nov 05, 2022.

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Is the MLS televised?

In the United States, MLS matches are broadcast in English by ESPN (ESPN and ABC) and Fox Sports (Fox Sports 1 and Fox), while Univision's TUDN (Univision and UniMás) broadcasts matches in Spanish. In Canada, MLS is broadcast on TSN and DAZN in English and TVA Sports in French.

MLS TV Schedule of Channels MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás.

MLS TV Schedule of Channels MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás.

Because ESPN+ covers only out-of-market MLS games, you'll need an additional TV plan to watch locally and nationally televised games—including the MLS All-Star Game, the MLS Playoffs, and the MLS Cup Final.

How To Watch MLS On ESPN Plus

Because ESPN+ covers only out-of-market MLS games, you'll need an additional TV plan to watch locally and nationally televised games—including the MLS All-Star Game, the MLS Playoffs, and the MLS Cup Final.

How To Watch MLS On ESPN Plus

Because ESPN+ covers only out-of-market MLS games, you'll need an additional TV plan to watch locally and nationally televised games—including the MLS All-Star Game, the MLS Playoffs, and the MLS Cup Final.

MLS TV Schedule of Channels MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás.

MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás.

How To Watch MLS On ESPN Plus

Because ESPN+ covers only out-of-market MLS games, you'll need an additional TV plan to watch locally and nationally televised games—including the MLS All-Star Game, the MLS Playoffs, and the MLS Cup Final. We outline more ways to enhance your ESPN+ experience on our ESPN+ bundles page.

How To Watch MLS On ESPN Plus

MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, ESPN+, TUDN, Univision and UniMas. Many Saturday MLS games are not available on national TV, but are instead shown on local TV networks (where available) or ESPN+ (paid subscription service; $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually).

MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás. Many English-language MLS games are not available on national TV, but are instead shown on local TV networks (where available) or ESPN+ (paid subscription service; $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually).

MLS games are televised across FOX Sports (FS1 or FOX), ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, Univision and UniMás. Many English-language MLS games are not available on national TV, but are instead shown on local TV networks (where available) or ESPN+ (paid subscription service; $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually).

MLS Tryouts

MLS Tryouts are very difficult to be invited to unless you are drafted out of college from the MLS Superdraft or the MLS Supplemental Draft. If you are not invited to the MLS Combine the likelihood of you getting a chance to tryout with an MLS team is very limited.

MLS Tryouts

The MLS Cup is the annual championship game of Major League Soccer (MLS) and the culmination of the MLS Cup Playoffs. The game is held in December and pits the winner of the Eastern Conference Final against the winner of the Western Conference Final. The MLS Cup winner is awarded the title of league champion.

The MLS Cup is the annual championship game of Major League Soccer (MLS) and the culmination of the MLS Cup Playoffs. The game is held in November and pits the winner of the Eastern Conference Final against the winner of the Western Conference Final. The MLS Cup winner is awarded the title of league champion.