If you're new to supporting Real Salt Lake, or if you've simply not kept up with how to watch the club this season (hint: it's not different from last season), we've put together a quick guide for your benefit.
Many matches will be on ABC 4, our local ABC affiliate. If you have a cable or satellite provider, you should have this without issue. If you don't, but you have a new(ish) television, you can pick up an HD antenna - these range in price from under $20 to over $100, with the lower end usually being just fine. The same goes for matches on CW 30, which some matches will be broadcast on.
A few matches will be on NBC Sports, which is available on Dish Network (159), DirecTV (220), and Comcast (34/695), all of which are available in the Salt Lake valley.
All matches will be available on the subscription-service MLS Live, but only matches not broadcast nationally are available to stream live. As always, Real Salt Lake does not mandate blackouts of their matches on MLS Live for locally broadcast matches, which does separate them from some MLS clubs.
If you're only listening, you can listen to all matches on ESPN 700, which is owned by the club and is where you can typically hear the dulcet tones of Brian Dunseth and Bill Riley.
If you're out-of-state, MLS Live will be your best option; if you're in-state, you will be able to watch all but a limited number of matches (six) on over-the-air HD channels.
Plenty of locations, including the Bourbon House and Dick and Dixies (both downtown), around the valley host watch parties as well, which means you don't even need a television to catch every match.