To Share: http://es.pn/2m0SKor Para leer en español 47 live matches across Television, Digital, and Radio; Week one coverage on TV kicks off with a doubleheader Saturday, January 6 featuring Monterrey vs Morelia, and Necaxa vs Veracruz Television coverage continues Sunday, January 7 with Querétaro vs. America Liga MX returns to ESPN Deportes beginning Saturday, January 6 … Read More
ESPN networks will televise 31 regular-season Major League Soccer matches in 2018, as well as the MLS All-Star Game in Atlanta on Aug. 1. ESPN’s schedule begins Sunday, March 4 at 5 p.m. ET with 2017 MLS Cup finalist Seattle Sounders hosting Los Angeles FC at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The season-opener will mark the MLS debut of the much-anticipated LAFC franchise coached by former U.S. Men’s National Team manager Bob Bradley and led by Mexican National Team forward Carlos Vela. ESPN and ESPN Deportes will televise the Sounders-LAFC opener, which will also feature some of the league’s top stars on Seattle’s roster, such as U.S. Men’s National Team players Clint Dempsey and Jordan Morris, Uruguayan midfielder Nicolás Lodeiro and Panamanian defender Román Torres.
ESPN’s 2017 MLS Cup viewership is up 20 percent, while ESPN scores its most-viewed MLS Playoffs since 2014
ESPN’s 2017 MLS Cup telecast – a 2-0 Toronto FC victory over the Seattle Sounders – averaged a 0.7 metered market rating, up 75 percent compared to the 0.4 rating for the 2015 MLS Cup – the last Major League Soccer championship game on ESPN.
ESPN will present the 2017 MLS Cup on Saturday, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m. ET, when Toronto FC hosts defending champion Seattle Sounders at BMO Field in Toronto. A rematch of the 2016 MLS Cup won by Seattle on a penalty shootout, Major League Soccer’s championship match features some of the league’s biggest stars – Toronto’s Sebastian Giovinco and U.S. Men’s National Team stars Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore, and Seattle’s Nicolás Lodeiro and USMNT star Clint Dempsey.
ESPN’s audience for the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs is up 38 percent entering this weekend’s MLS Cup Final. The seven playoff matches on ESPN and ESPN2 to date have delivered an average audience of 343,000 viewers, according to Nielsen, up from 249,000 viewers for the six playoff matches in 2016. It is ESPN’s most-viewed MLS Cup Playoffs since 2014 (344,000 viewers).
Para compartir: http://es.pn/2j4RO1U ESPN ofrecerá una cobertura extensa de noticias e información del Sorteo de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA 2018 a través de sus plataformas de medios el viernes, 1 de diciembre, de la cual destacan siete horas de programación en vivo en ESPN Deportes a partir de las 9 a.m. ET, con una … Read More
ESPN will provide comprehensive news and information coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Draw across its media platforms Friday, Dec. 1, highlighted by seven straight hours of live programming on ESPN Deportes beginning at 9 a.m. ET with a three-hour ESPN Rusia during the Draw. English-language coverage will include live SportsCenter segments on the World Cup Draw, and a one-hour, post-Draw ESPN FC special on ESPN2 at 12 p.m.
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ESPN’s presentation of the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs is up significantly versus a year ago. Through three games, matches on ESPN and ESPN2 have averaged 327,000 viewers, according to Nielsen – an 80 percent increase from 182,000 viewers for the first three playoff matches in 2016.