NWSL: USL Super League lands multi-year agreement with Peacock


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Peacock will stream every game of the USL Super League’s inaugural season as part of a four-year media rights agreement.

The USL Super League will begin play on Aug. 17, with all 115 matches across the regular and postseason to be available on Peacock in the United States.

“NBC Sports and Peacock have raised the bar for soccer coverage in the United States, and their commitment to the USL Super League is a testament to what we are building,” USL Super League President Amanda Vandervort said in a statement. “It affirms the Super League’s integral role in elevating women’s soccer and bringing more opportunities for players, coaches, and fans in the women’s game.”

The USL Super League will be comprised of eight teams for its inaugural season: Brooklyn FC, Carolina Ascent FC, Dallas Trinity FC, DC Power FC, Fort Lauderdale United FC, Lexington SC, Spokane Zephyr FC and Tampa Bay Sun FC.

Each team will play 14 matches during the fall before a winter break pause.

“We’re extremely proud to be expanding our relationship with the USL, which focuses not only on reaching their passionate and supportive fans but also creating more access to great soccer competition for new audiences who love to play and watch the game, especially young people and their families,” said Will McIntosh, President of NBC Sports Next.

–Field Level Media


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