The inaugural season of Utah Royals FC is upon us. The NWSL has created great options for watching the league and the Royals have fantastic local broadcast partners who have made watching soccer easier than ever. Here are the options for watching our team in 2018:
Local TV Broadcast
KMYU TV (channel 2.2 over-the-air / 12 satellite / 643 Comcast HD) – live TV broadcast
KSL TV app – streaming for iOS, Android, and TV devices, such as Apple TV and Amazon Fire
KSL.com - online streaming of live games and rebroadcast
More information can be found here.
Note: the KSL broadcast will default to RSL games where there is a scheduling conflict.
Local Radio Broadcast
ESPN700 – ESPN700 AM will broadcast most URFC matches. One notable exception is the season opener on March 24, which will be on Rewind 100.7 FM because of a scheduling conflict.
Lifetime will broadcast the NWSL Game of the Week on their network. This can be watched live on Lifetime Cable channel, their website, or the Lifetime app. A subscription is required to watch, generally a part of a cable package. There will be six URFC matches broadcast through Lifetime in the 2018 season. If you don’t have a subscription, URFC fan group The Court will be organizing watch parties.
go90 is a free, ad revenue driven streaming service and does not require a subscription.
All games that are not broadcast on Lifetime can be streamed on go90.com or through the go90 app (iOS and Android)
For viewers outside the US, all matches can be streamed live on NWSLSoccer.com or the NWSL app.