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MLS offers Direct Kick Package again
March 21st, 2008 6:30AM

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[TV] The MLS Direct Kick Television Package, available on DIRECTV and DISH Network and digital cable provider iN DEMAND Networks, will offer up to 115 games for $79.

The package, which is in its 13th year, gives subscribers access to regional telecasts of MLS games. It will be free for a preview on opening day, March 29.

All 210 games of the 2008 regular season will televised between the following outlets: MLS Direct Kick package and national broadcast partners ABC, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports en Español, HDNet and Univision network Telefutura.


MLS DIRECT KICK PACKAGE ORDER INFO

DIRECTV
1-800-GET-SPORTS, 1-888-388-6622 (Spanish), online at www.directv.com/mls

DISH Network
1-877-DISH PPV (1-877-347-4778), online at www.dishnetwork.com/soccer

iN DEMAND (Digital Cable TV)
1-888-SPORTS-iN, online at www.indemand.com/sports



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