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WatchESPN or ESPN3.com is a broadband network for live sports programming that delivers more than 3,500 live online events a year through an interactive experience. ESPN3 & WatchESPN is available in the USA to eligible customers through their Cable & ISP providers. Features of the website include the ability to watch multiple games simultaneously, real-time stats and scoreboards, live chat for interacting with friends and other fans.

Football coverage includes major leagues/tournaments including the FIFA World Cup, German Bundesliga, Italian Cup, Carling Cup, Portuguese Liga, Dutch Eredivisie, MLS and more.

ESPN3 is ESPN's live multi-screen sports network, a 24/7 destination that delivers thousands of global sports events annually and accessible online via WatchESPN.com. It is currently available to 72 million homes at no additional cost to fans who receive their high-speed Internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider. The network is also available at no cost to approximately 21 million U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers connected to on-campus educational networks and on-base military networks. It is also accessible through ESPN on Xbox LIVE to Gold members and on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app through an affiliated provider.

ESPN is the home of premier soccer championship events and top league competitions from around the world. It is the English-language home of the Men’s and Women’s FIFA World Cup events in the United States through 2014, including the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup; and the exclusive English- and Spanish-language home of the UEFA European Football Championship™ 2012 and 2016 in the U.S. ESPN airs the Barclays Premier League across multiple networks and platforms, as well as matches on its digital and television platforms from other top leagues – Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga, the Dutch Eredivisie, Portuguese Liga, Mexican Primera Division, Brazil’s Paulista Championship – and national domestic club competitions, including Copa del Rey, Coppa Italia and the French Cup. With top-level national team competitions, Major League Soccer, the nation’s premier soccer league, coverage of the U.S. National Teams, and the NCAA Men’s and Women’s soccer championships also part of its soccer programming, the ESPN portfolio represents arguably the most comprehensive commitment to the sport in the United States.
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ESPNESPN 700ESPN DeportesESPN Deportes RadioESPN Deportes+ESPN2ESPNEWS
ESPN ESPN 700 ESPN Deportes ESPN Deportes Radio ESPN Deportes ESPN2 ESPNEWS
ESPNUFox DeportesFOX NetworkFox Soccer 2GoFox Sports 1 USAFox Sports 2 USAFox Sports GO
ESPNU Fox Deportes FOX Network Fox Soccer 2Go Fox Sports 1 USA Fox Sports 2 USA Fox Sports GO
GOLTV USAMLS Direct KickMLS LiveNASLLive.comNBC Sports Live ExtraNBCSNNSCAA TV
GOLTV USA MLS Direct Kick MLS Live NASLLive.com NBC Sports Live Extra NBCSN NSCAA TV
One World SportsPeru MagicoRoot Sports NorthwestSiriusXM FCTelecentroTelemundoTV Chile
One World Sports Peru Magico Root Sports Northwest SiriusXM FC Telecentro Telemundo TV Chile
TV ColombiaUnivision Deportes 2 USAUnivision Deportes USAUnivision USAWATCH ESPN
TV Colombia Univision Deportes 2… Univision Deportes USA Univision USA WATCH ESPN
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TV listings are made available by the respective broadcasting networks shown above. Live Soccer TV does not provide streaming, or links to any unofficial sources, i.e. 3rd-party illegal streaming websites. If available, we will provide direct links to the streaming services of the official rights-holding broadcasters.

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