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NASL Live available on free trial in April
April 2nd, 2014 5:46PM

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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Throughout April, the NASL will offer a 10-day free trial for fans wishing to watch league matches on www.NASLLive.com, where all 135 games in the 2014 NASL spring and fall seasons that conclude with the Championship semifinals and Soccer Bowl will be aired.

A 30-day subscription to NASL Live will cost $4.99, while a season pass will also be available for $29.99 and will expire on November 30. Following the 10-day free trial, users will be charged for whichever option they select at sign up and will have an option to cancel the subscription before a charge is made to their credit card.
 
"Our clubs have significantly improved the standard of their broadcast capabilities during the offseason to enable us to bring a quality product to our online viewers," said NASL commissioner Bill Peterson. "There will be no more away games for fans because they will be able to capture the excitement of every match in their own home, or wherever they may be."
 
Fans will also be able to follow along at the NASL Live Match Center, where they can enjoy comprehensive live stats, interact through social media while watching the NASL Live stream, and enjoy a fully interactive viewing experience.


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