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2008 MLS National TV Schedule
March 27th, 2008 6:45AM

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Major League Soccer's national networks -- ABC, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes, Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Sports en Espanol, HDNet and TeleFutura -- will combine to broadcast 113 games in 2008. The 2008 season kicks off Saturday, and regular season ends on Oct. 26.

ABC
June 29 Los Angeles at D.C. United 12 pm
Nov. 23 MLS Cup 2008 3:30 pm,

ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
April 3 New England at Chicago 8 pm
April 3 San Jose at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
April 17 Columbus at D.C. United 8 pm
April 24 New England at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
May 1 New York at Toronto FC 7 pm
May 8 Chicago at D.C. United 7:30 pm
May 15 Real Salt Lake at Colorado 9:30 pm
May 22 Houston at San Jose 10:30 pm
May 29 D.C. United at New England 7:30 pm
June 5 Chivas USA at New York 7:30 pm
June 12 New England at Houston 9 pm
June 19 Chicago at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
June 26 FC Dallas at Houston 9 pm
July 3 Houston at Real Salt Lake 10 pm
July 10 Chivas USA at Los Angeles 11 pm
July 17 Kansas City at Columbus 8 pm
July 24 MLS All-Star Game 7 pm
Aug. 14 Los Angeles at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
Aug. 21 Chicago at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
Sept. 4 Colorado at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
Sept. 11 Chivas USA at New England 7:30 pm
Sept. 18 New York at Columbus 7 pm
Sept. 25 Los Angeles at Chicago 9 pm
Oct. 2 San Jose at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
Oct. 9 New York at Real Salt Lake 10 pm
Oct. 16 New England at D.C. United 7:30 pm
Oct. 23 New York at Chicago 9 pm

Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Sports en Espanol
March 29 Houston at New England 7:30 pm
March 29 Los Angeles at Colorado 9:30 pm
April 5 Columbus at New York 7:30 pm
April 12 Chicago at San Jose 4:30 pm
April 19 San Jose at Colorado 9:30 pm
April 26 Chivas USA at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
May 3 Kansas City at Columbus 7:30 pm
May 10 Colorado at Houston 8:30 pm
May 17 D.C. United at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
May 24 New England at Columbus 7:30 pm
May 31 San Jose at Real Salt Lake 9 pm
June 7 D.C. United at Chicago 8:30 pm
June 14 Los Angeles at San Jose 10 pm
June 21 FC Dallas at New York 7:30 pm
June 28 Colorado at Columbus 7:30 pm
July 5 Chicago at Columbus 8 pm
July 5 San Jose at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
July 12 Toronto FC at Chicago 8:30 pm
July 19 Los Angeles at New York 6:30 pm
Aug. 2 New York at New England 7:30 pm
Aug. 9 Houston at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
Aug. 16 FC Dallas at Columbus 7:30 pm
Aug. 23 New England at Toronto FC 7:30 pm
Aug. 30 New York at D.C. United 7:30 pm
Sept. 6 New York at Chicago 8:30 pm
Sept. 13 FC Dallas at D.C. United 7:30 pm
Sept. 20 D.C. United at Los Angeles 11 pm
Sept. 27 Kansas City at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
Oct. 4 Chivas USA at D.C. United 7:30 pm
Oct. 11 Toronto FC at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
Oct. 18 FC Dallas at Real Salt Lake 9 pm
Oct. 25 Houston at Chivas USA 10:30 pm

HDNet
March 29 Los Angeles at Colorado 9:30 pm
April 5 Real Salt Lake at Chivas USA 9 pm
April 12 Houston at Kansas City 8 pm
April 19 New England at New York 7:30 pm
April 26 Colorado at Chicago 8:30 pm
May 3 Chivas USA at Houston 8:30 pm
May 10 New York at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
May 17 San Jose at New England 7:30 pm
May 24 Kansas City at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
May 31 New York at Houston 8:30 pm
June 7 San Jose at Columbus 7:30 pm
June 14 New York at D.C. United 7:30 pm
June 21 Houston at Colorado 9:30 pm
June 28 New York at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
July 4 Kansas City at FC Dallas 7 pm
July 12 Columbus at Real Salt Lake 9 pm
July 19 San Jose at Toronto FC 3:30 pm
Aug. 2 Chivas USA at Chicago 8:30 pm
Aug. 9 Chicago at New England 7:30 pm
Aug. 16 New England at San Jose 10 pm
Aug. 23 San Jose at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
Aug. 30 Los Angeles at New England 7:30 pm
Sept. 6 New England at Columbus 7:30 pm
Sept. 13 Los Angeles at Kansas City 8 pm
Sept. 20 Toronto FC at Kansas City 8 pm
Sept. 27 Real Salt Lake at San Jose 10 pm
Oct. 4 Los Angeles at Columbus 7:30 pm
Oct. 11 Chivas USA at San Jose 10 pm
Oct. 18 Chicago at Toronto FC 3:30 pm
Oct. 25 Real Salt Lake at Colorado 9:30 pm

TeleFutura
March 30 Chivas USA at FC Dallas 3 pm
April 6 FC Dallas at Houston 3 pm
April 13 Toronto FC at Los Angeles 3 pm
April 20 Kansas City at Chicago 3 pm
April 27 San Jose at New York 3 pm
May 4 D.C. United at Colorado 3 pm
May 11 New England at Chivas USA 3 pm
May 18 Los Angeles at FC Dallas 3 pm
May 25 Chicago at New York 3 pm
June 1 FC Dallas at Colorado 3 pm
June 8 FC Dallas at New England 3 pm
June 15 Chicago at FC Dallas 3 pm
June 22 San Jose at D.C. United 3 pm
July 24 MLS All-Star Game 7 pm
July 27 New York at San Jose 3 pm
Aug. 3 Los Angeles at San Jose 3 pm
Aug. 24 Houston at New York 3 pm
Sept. 14 Chicago at Colorado 3 pm
Sept. 21 FC Dallas at Chicago 3 pm
Sept. 28 D.C. United at FC Dallas 3 pm
Oct. 5 Chicago at Kansas City 3 pm
Oct. 12 Columbus at Chicago 3 pm
Oct. 19 Colorado at Chivas USA 3 pm
Oct. 26 FC Dallas at Los Angeles 3 pm
Nov. 23 MLS Cup 2008 3:30 pm

Note: Schedule is subject to change. Playoff schedule to announced later. All times Eastern.





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