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NASL partners with Perform for web deal
January 15th, 2014 3:42PM
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[ONLINE WATCH] The North American Soccer League has launched a new NASL.com website and each of the league’s club websites are being launched through a new digital platform in partnership with digital sports content group Perform.

The partnership will give NASL.com a new look and give the league and its clubs to a wider audience throughout the global soccer community. Perform owns one of the largest digital sports rights portfolios, including Goal.com, through contracts covering more than 200 sports and their associated leagues, tournaments and events

Fans can receive streaming of NASL matches (live and archived) for a monthly fee of $4.99.

“We are excited to enhance our digital presence through Perform and believe the league and club websites will become an essential destination for soccer fans around the world by becoming part of a larger online entity,” said NASL commissioner Bill Peterson. “We have an opportunity to become a market leader in content and style while also driving revenues through digital platforms for the NASL and our clubs."



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  1. Glenn Maddock
    commented on: January 16, 2014 at 4:25 p.m.
    If the NASL doesn't get itself a TV deal, with all these new networks covering soccer here now, then it will remain irrelevant for US soccer fans. If you are not seen, and you don't have a direct link to promote players to MLS, what are you doing?

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