MLS on TV: Where to watch Week 23 action


Wednesday, August 5

14 July 6:37 de la tarde

Le débat est à la mode en ce moment, et encore accentué par les récentes prestations de Giovinco sous le maillot de Toronto : peut-on gagner en MLS avec peu de joueurs désignés, voire aucun ? C’est donc le principal sujet de notre émission de cette semaine (également disponible ici), abordé sous les angles suivants :

LA Galaxy rue costly finale to otherwise composed night in DC: "Losing that game was ridiculous"

LA rue costly final minute in DC: "Losing that game was ridiculous"

The LA Galaxy were victimized by another end-of-game goal Saturday night, and while they weren't pleased with a referee's decision just before Chris Pontius' stoppage-time header gave D.C. United a 1-0 triumph at RFK Stadium, they agreed the blame was all theirs.

MLS and British broadcaster Sky Sports announce groundbreaking partnership

MLS, Sky Sports announce groundbreaking partnership in UK

Major League Soccer announced on Wednesday that it has partnered with British sports broadcaster Sky Sports to televise league matches live in the United Kingdom, marking the first time Sky Sports will own MLS broadcast rights. The four-year multimedia deal begins with the kickoff of MLS’s landmark 20th season.

As part of the new agreement, Sky Sports will broadcast at least two MLS regular-season matches each week, as well as the AT&T MLS All-Star Game, every MLS Cup Playoff game, and the MLS Cup final. The matches will appear across Sky's family of networks.

WATCH: MLS Cup champions LA Galaxy honored at White House by President Barack Obama

WATCH: Galaxy honored at the White House

The White House definitely falls into the category of destinations you don't mind visiting more than once. Especially if you make the trip to be honored as champions.

The LA Galaxy, MLS Cup champions for the third time in four years, were honored at the White House on Monday afternoon, joined by the 2014 Stanley Cup champions LA Kings as part of the president's traditional salute to the community service efforts of the championship teams in the nation's major professional sports leagues.

Kaká sueña con la Copa MLS en 2015: “Espero que podamos ganar la liga”

Kaká: “Espero que podamos ganar la liga”
Orlando City SC

Kaká is all smiles on his first day training with Orlando City

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Mark Thor / Orlando City SC

En caso de que alguien necesitara algún tipo de prueba de que la estrella brasileña Kaká será la mayor atracción de la campaña del debut en la MLS del Orlando City SC, la sesión de prensa del viernes post-entrenamiento lo provee.

Landon Donovan's Other Legacy: Challenging the stigma of mental health | THE WORD

The Mental Game: Landon Donovan's other legacy | THE WORD

THE WORD is's regular long-form series focusing on the biggest topics and most intriguing personalities in North American soccer. This week, senior editor Nick Firchau examines Landon Donovan's stance on one of the sports world's oldest taboos: mental health.

Lo Mejor del 2014 | LA Galaxy, campeón por quinta vez y un ejemplo a seguir

Lo Mejor del 2014 | LA Galaxy, campeón por quinta vez

Lo Mejor del 2014 | LA Galaxy Campeón

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USA Today Images explora las diez historias que cautivaron al mundo de la MLS en 2014, con una serie de reportajes especiales, titulada LO MEJOR DEL 2014. En esta edición, nuestro reportero en Los Ángeles, Jad El Reda repasa la exitosa campaña del LA Galaxy que culminó con su quinto título en la MLS, un récord histórico.

Stories of the Year: LA Galaxy solidify dynasty status with memorable season

Stories of the Year: Galaxy solidify dynasty status during memorable 2014 polled 22 of our editors, writers, videographers, statistics specialists and social media masters to bring you the Stories of the Year, our annual look at the biggest storylines from the outgoing year in Major League Soccer. Contributor Scott French recalls the LA Galaxy's "First to Five" season.

MLS Cup watched by nearly two million viewers, capping off record-setting MLS postseason

MLS Cup watched by nearly 2 million; new postseason attendance record set

Jose Goncalves battles Stefan Ishisaki for the ball

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Did you watch MLS Cup 2014 between the LA Galaxy and New England Revolution last Sunday?

If so, you were among nearly two million people in the US that watched the championship game, according to numbers released by Major League Soccer on Wednesday. The viewership numbers, combining television (both English- and Spanish-language broadcasts) and digital platforms, represented a 93-percent increase over MLS Cup 2013.

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