Where Did You Watch?

Quiet weekend in American soccer, so I thought it makes sense to start the week off with a new poll.  With beIN Sport the sole television outlet for Americans looking for the USA/Jamaica match, I want to know how you followed the game.  Vote in the poll and then drop a line on your thoughts about the new soccer heavy network.

2 Responses

  1. None of the above. I streamed it online, for free. Soccer is most popular with youths and younger adults. Younger people (like myself) often don’t have much disposable income. Comcast has this league, Time Warner has this and the other league, the sports package, for $20 extra dollars a month, adds a bunch of garbage and (insert league) on every 2nd Saturday when you thought it would include every league match. It’s ridiculous.
    I pay for MLS Live because I believe in supporting my domestic league/what I like but it is impossible to subscribe to all these providers and packages to watch the matches you want to watch.

  2. I second Ryan.

    One of these days, I’ll have enough money to pay for MLS Live or the Direct Kick package…but until then, stream live — for free.

    With the technology today, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t have that option with EVERYTHING.

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