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The North American Soccer League (NASL) is a professional men's soccer league in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. It is the second tier of soccer in these three countries.

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Channels licensed to broadcast NASL in United States

Weekly Match of the Week. In total 27 NASL matches will be available on ESPN3.
Watch all NASL matches live.
One World Sports
Live broadcast in HD of all home games of the New York Cosmos, as well as live TV broadcast and online streaming of news conferences.



WATCH: Raúl scores his first-ever goal with New York Cosmos
Live Soccer TV
The former Spanish international striker played 75 minutes. This was the second game of the regular season for Cosmos.
Why not Messi, why not Cristiano Ronaldo? – El Fenomeno wants them both on his team
Live Soccer TV
He has played for the clubs where both players are actually with. Ronaldo has mentioned he could come out of retirement.
Canada's partnership with the NASL could decide the future of soccer in the ...
SB Nation
No one will ever fault the North American Soccer League for failing to think big. And their most audacious plan -- at least since the days of Pele, Beckenbauer and Chingalia -- may just be their latest: To bring a real national soccer league to Canada ...
Opinion: HS soccer not holding back Vt.
Major League Soccer (MLS), and the two other sanctioned professional leagues in the United States, NASL and USL Pro, do not have promotion or relegation. MLS is a single-entity structure, designed so investors in these clubs don't compete against one ...
Kenny assembles new backroom team
Shamrock Rovers F.C.
Glass joins the club from the United States' NASL and Kenny explained that the 35-year-old former midfielder is hungry to do well in his new role. Kenny said: “Stephen has been coaching with the Carolina Railhawks in America. He had a good playing ...

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