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NSCAATV to air every USL PRO game
March 6th, 2014 5:51PM
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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] NSCAATV, the NSCAA's online video channel, will carry every USL PRO regular-season and playoff game throughout the 2014 season.

“This is a great opportunity for both NSCAATV and USL, as we combine efforts to present these games to a wider audience,” Joe Cummings, the NSCAA CEO's, said. “We look forward to developing this relationship throughout the 2014 campaign.”

NSCAATV was launched in July 2013 as the coaches organization's online media property featuring original programming, live streams of college games and other content.

The 2014 USL PRO season kicks off on March 22 with two games: defending champion Orlando City at 2012 champion Charleston and the LA Blues at LA Galaxy II, the first game for the LA Galaxy's new reserve team.

USL PRO: 2014 Schedule

The regular season will run until Sept. 7 and then be followed by the playoffs (single-game knockout format) over three weekends with the championship game set for the weekend of Sept. 26-28. The top eight teams again make the playoffs.
 
Three new teams have joined USL PRO in 2014: OKC Energy FC and Sacramento Republic FC in addition to the Galaxy II.


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  1. Nate Nelson
    commented on: March 9, 2014 at 3:19 p.m.
    "Three new teams have joined USL PRO in 2014: OKC Energy FC and Sacramento Republic FC in addition to the Galaxy II." not mention of the disappearance of Tampa Bay & Antigua. The USL shuffle, I suspect many team owners are hoping MLS just takes things over.

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