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March 17th, 2009 7AM

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[TELEVISION] ESPN2's coverage of Thursday's opener between the Seattle Sounders FC and New York Red Bulls will be the first of 83 regular-season MLS games available on national television. Game will air on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Soccer en Espanol and TeleFutura.

ABC
July 11 Columbus at Chicago 8 pm

ESPN
July 25 *Chicago at Seattle 3 pm
Nov. 22 MLS Cup 2009 8:30 pm
*Also available on ESPN Deportes.

ESPN2
March 19 New York at Seattle 9 pm
April 2 Columbus at Real Salt Lake 9 pm
April 11 Chivas USA at Los Angeles 10:30 pm
April 17 New England at D.C. United 7 pm
April 23 New York at Kansas City 8 pm
May 9 Dallas FC at Houston 9 pm
May 28 Chicago at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
June 4 New York at D.C. United 7:30 pm
June 10 Chivas USA at Houston 8:30 pm
June 17 D.C. United at Seattle 11 pm
June 20 Los Angeles at San Jose 4 pm
June 28 Houston at Los Angeles 11 pm
July 4 D.C. United at Columbus 7 pm
July 18 Houston at Toronto FC 1 pm
July 18 Chelsea FC at Seattle 3 pm
July 29 MLS All-Star Game 9:30 pm
Aug. 6 Houston at Dallas FC 8 pm
Aug. 19 Los Angeles at Chicago 9 pm
Aug. 20 New England at Seattle 10 pm
Aug. 29 Los Angeles at Chivas USA 11 pm
Sept. 18 Colorado at San Jose 11 pm
Oct. 2 Chicago at Los Angeles 11 pm
Oct. 7 Dallas FC at San Jose 10 pm
Oct. 14 New York  at Real Salt Lake 10 pm
Oct. 22 Chivas USA at Chicago 8 pm
Oct. 29 MLS Quarterfinals 9 pm
Nov. 1 MLS Quarterfinals 4:30 pm
Nov. 5 MLS Quarterfinals 10 pm
Nov. 8 MLS Quarterfinals 4:30 pm
Nov. 12 MLS Semifinals 10 pm
(Note: All ESPN2 games but March 19 and July 29 games are also available on ESPN Deportes)

Fox Soccer Channel & Fox Sports en Espanol
March 21 Columbus at Houston 8:00 pm
March 21 Colorado at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
March 28 New England at New York  7:30 pm
April 4 Seattle at Toronto FC 4:00 pm
April 11 New York at Houston 8:30 pm
April 18 Kansas City at Chicago 8:30 pm
April 25 Chicago at Columbus 7:00 pm
May 2 FC Dallas at D.C. United 7:30 pm
May 9 Kansas City at Columbus 7:00 pm
May 16 D.C. United at Chivas USA 11:00 pm
May 23 Chivas USA at Kansas City Wizards 8:30 pm
May 30 Columbus at Seattle  10:30 pm
June 6 Colorado at Real Salt Lake 10:00 pm
June 13 Houston at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
June 20 Columbus at FC Dallas 8:30 pm
June 27 New York at Columbus 7:30 pm
July 4 New England at Los Angeles 11:00 pm
July 11 Los Angeles at Chivas USA 11:00 pm
July 25 D.C. United at San Jose  10:30 pm
Aug. 1 D.C. United at Houston 8:30 pm
Aug. 8 Los Angeles at New England  6:00 pm
Aug. 15 Houston at Real Salt Lake 9:00 pm
Aug. 22 Los Angeles at D.C. United 7:30 pm
Aug. 29 D.C. United at Chicago 8:30 pm
Sept. 5 Toronto FC at Colorado 10:00 pm
Sept. 12 Chicago at Real Salt Lake 9:00 pm
Sept. 19 Chivas USA at Seattle  3:00 pm
Sept. 26 New York at Chivas USA 10:30 pm
Oct. 3 New York at San Jose  11:00 pm
Oct. 10 San Jose at Toronto FC 3:30 pm
Oct. 17 Chicago at New England  6:00 pm
Oct. 24 Colorado at Real Salt Lake 9:00 pm

TeleFutura
March 22 D.C. United at Los Angeles 3:00 pm
March 29 Chivas USA at FC Dallas 3:00 pm
April 5 New York at Chicago 3:00 pm
April 11 Chicago at San Jose  4:00 pm
April 19 Colorado at Houston 3:00 pm
April 26 D.C. United New York  3:00 pm
May 3 Houston at New England  3:00 pm
May 10 Los Angeles at Seattle  3:00 pm
May 17 Columbus at Los Angeles 3:00 pm
May 24 Chicago at New York  3:00 pm
May 31 FC Dallas at Chicago 3:00 pm
June 7 San Jose at FC Dallas 3:00 pm
June 14 Chivas USA at Columbus 3:00 pm
July 29 MLS All-Star Game 9:30 pm
Aug. 2 Seattle at San Jose  3:00 pm
Aug. 9 New York at Toronto FC 3:00 pm
Aug. 16 Chicago at Kansas City Wizards 3:00 pm
Aug. 23 FC Dallas at New York  3:00 pm
Aug. 30 Houston at Colorado 3:00 pm
Sept. 13 New England at Chivas USA 3:00 pm
Sept. 20 Columbus at Chicago 3:00 pm
Sept. 27 San Jose at D.C. United 3:00 pm
Oct. 4 Kansas City at Houston 3:00 pm
Oct. 18 Los Angeles at Houston 3:00 pm
Oct. 25 Houston at Chivas USA 3:00 pm
Nov. 22 MLS Cup 2009 8:30 pm


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