One of the best features for MLS, is its MLS-Live platform online. It features 230+ live matches (and video replay on-demand matches) throughout the season, for basically $35.00. And all are in high quality or HD like quality. With the ability to pause, rewind, fast forward, and instant replay button. An online DVR so to speak, when watching replays. Why can't the NWSL have something like this? Many of the franchises have already stated they will webcast all of their home matches. If all franchises can jump in, then this would be a brilliant growth strategy for the league. The salary cap was lower than we expected ($200,000 per franchise). Each franchise can go in an extra few grand to invest in webcasting all their home matches, and in HD (or high enough) quality. It would be an investment that is well worth it for each franchise, and for the entire league. Then, it can be packaged into a league-wide membership, in which fans can go in and pay $25 per season, and have all the matches available on replay. This gives fans a chance to access all matches online, and to donate $25.00 to the league at the same time. The league could have it where all matches webcast live are free (from each team's website), but then if you want to watch on-demand matches from any team in the league, it can be from the league's website for a $25.00 fee per year (for the whole league - every match). Many fans won't be able to watch all matches live (especially on weekends) because they'll be too busy. There are indeed more fans out there than those that travel to watch their team play in person regularly or occasionally even. The league needs to invest in all fans, growth in attendance, and growth in viewership across the entire country and worldwide. MLS live is an awesome tool for the MLS. NWSL needs to invest in something like this, and even allow international fans living abroad to pay $25.00 (in American dollars) to watch matches on demand, on their own time (because of time difference). Just about any NWSL fan (living in the U.S. or worldwide) would drop $25.00 to be able to have access to all 88 regular season matches. $25.00 is the price of one pizza, one order of breadsticks, and a 2-liter of soda pop these days. If only 10,000 fans (nationally and internationally) pay the $25.00, then that is $250,000 in revenue to the league and its franchises to divide up to help pay for various other expenses. Again, the matches can be streamed live for free, but then archived on-demand (all of them) for a one-time membership fee for around $25.00 per year. MLS Live: http://live.mlssoccer.com/mlsmdl/ More on MLS Live: http://www.mlssoccer.com/about/faqs Please note, this is not the same subscription as MLS Direct Kick (on your television).