[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Eight of the 10 clubs in the North American Soccer League have local television deals offering live coverage of home matches in 2014.
The only teams that have not announced plans for local TV coverage are Atlanta and Ft. Lauderdale.
The RailHawks will broadcast six home games live on WRAL2. In addition, all RailHawks home games will be broadcast over the radio on 99.9HD-3 The Ticket. The stream of The Ticket is also
available on WRALSportsFan.com. Dean Linke is back for his eighth season as the voice of the RailHawk and will
partner with John Bouille.
FC EDMONTON. City Edmonton will air 13 of 14 FC Edmonton home matches, the majority
being live, as part of the station's regular programming Sundays at 1:30 p.m. City Edmonton and Breakfast Television will also air weekly highlights and team features.
INDY ELEVEN. MyINDY-TV 23 will broadcast live every Indy Eleven home game from Carroll Stadium in addition to select away contests. Play-by-play announcers are Greg Rakestraw and Brad Hauter.
MINN. UNITED. KSTC-TV Channel 45 -- the Twin
Cities' only independent television broadcast station -- will broadcast live all United home games at 7:00 p.m. CT.
YORK. All Cosmos home games for the 2014 NASL spring season can be seen on One World Sports, their television broadcast and national network partner. The Cosmos' on-air team will feature
play-by-play announcer JP Dellacamera and Janusz Michallik as the color analyst.
OTTAWA. Rogers Ottawa is the Fury’s local broadcaster.
SAN ANTONIO. KSAT 12, the ABC affiliate, and its sister station, MeTV,
will air Scorpion home games for a second year.
TAMPA BAY. The Rowdies' 13 Saturday night home games will all be broadcast live on WTTA Great 38. The
broadcasts will feature Rowdies play-by-play broadcaster Jim Henderson (who covered the Rowdies in the 1970s) and color commentator Trevor DeGroot calling the action and Great 38’s Jenn Holloway as sideline reporter.