News: TV and Streaming Options for 2022 for soccer

Discussion in 'TV, Satellite & Radio' started by SirFozzie, Jan 1, 2022.

  1. SirFozzie

    SirFozzie Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 17, 2001
    Franklin, MA
    All Rights unless otherwise noted are ENGLISH LANGUAGE

    English Premier League (6 years)

    Men's Leagues: Spanish LaLiga (Long term), Bundesliga (1 and 2) (Long Term), , Belgian League English League Championship (and some lower division games), Dutch Eredivise, Indian Super League, , Danish Super Liga, MLS (Shared, Last Year Of Contract), NCAA Soccer

    Women's Leagues: NCAA Women's Soccer,

    Cups: English League Cup, Scottish League Cup, Copa Del Rey (Spain), FA Cup, German Cup, Coppa Italia, Belgian Cup

    International: European Nations League, Euro championship (qualifiers and main tournament) (Both expiring after Euro 2022)

    USMNT (some)

    MLS (Shared, Last Year Of Contract)
    CONCACAF Champions League
    USA NT (Games in US and Mexico) (most)
    Liga MX (Mexico)
    2022 World Cup
    Italian Serie B

    International: Euro Nations League and Euro 2024 qualifiers (Memorandum signed for Euro-CONEMBOL combined Nations League, but not confirmed yet)

    BeIN Sports
    Ligue 1 (France)
    Turkish Super League
    Copa Libertadores
    Copa Sudamerica
    African Cup of Nations (qualifiers and main tournament)
    CAF Champions League
    CAF Confederations Cup
    Ligue-2 (France)

    GOL TV:
    Liga NOS (Portugal)
    Dutch Cup
    Peru (at least some teams)

    Mexico MNT Home Games

    CBS Sports/Paramount +
    Italian Serie A (3 years)
    Brazil Serie A (through 2023)
    Argentina Primera Division (Through 2024)
    Gained: Scottish Premier League
    UEFA Champions League
    UEFA Europa League
    UEFA Europa Conference League
    Asian Champions League
    CONCACAF Nations League (men/women)
    2022 Concacaf World Cup Qualifying (games not in US or Mexico)
    2023 CONCACAF women's world cup qualifying
    Asian World Cup Qualifying

    OneFootball (Free? service)
    Danish Superliga
    Icelandic Top Football
    Professional Football League of Kazakhstan
    Latvian Virsliga
    Northern Ireland Premiership
    Norwegian Eliteserien
    Slovak Fortuna Liga
    Swiss Super League

    Own Service:
    A-League (YouTube)
    Russian Premier League

    Women's Leagues:
    Serie A Feminine (Italy)
    Primera Femenina (Spain)
    Frauen Bundesliga (Germany)
    D1 Féminine (France)
    Women's Super League (England)
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  2. Redbullsnation2012

    May 26, 2010
    Manchester United FC
    You're missing some
    Liga MX (Mexico)
    MLS (shared)

    French Cup
    French Super Cup

    Dutch Super Cup
  3. Kryptonite

    Kryptonite Fancy Title Here

    Apr 10, 1999
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I could have sworn I heard the USA @ Mexico game was going to be on FS1.

    Apparently it's on CBS SN.

    What changed or was I off from the start?
  4. drt2k3

    drt2k3 Member

    Jul 1, 2005
    Wilmington, NC
    Wilmington H.
    I think CBS picked up the English language rights to Mexico games in Mexico

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