MLS commentators on MLS Season Pass: Feb. 25 and 26

It’s a new season in Major League Soccer, and one that will bring big changes to America’s top men’s soccer league.

Apple and Major League Soccer kick off the first of a 10-year deal for the service. Some games are still on TV, but this will launch the streaming service, the MLS season, mostly dedicated to his pass.

All games are free this weekend. Take this opportunity to review MLS Season Pass coverage. You’ll have the opportunity to stream all 14 MLS games as scheduled this weekend. However, starting next weekend, you’ll have to pay for the MLS Season Pass at $14.99/month or $99/year.

Start week of MLS action

The first week of the 2023 MLS campaign has some interesting matches. Having just won his first MLS Cup last season, his LAFC will be in the biggest game of the weekend. They will face El Trafico rivals LA Galaxy, which is a special occasion for Derby. The game will take place at the historic Rose Bowl in Los Angeles and could set an MLS attendance record.

Losing the MLS Cup final in Philadelphia, Team LAFC hoistes the Eastern Conference Championship banner against Columbus.

And Saturday will see the 29th team debut in Major League Soccer. St. Louis CITY SC has its first game. Q2 Stadium is looking to warmly welcome MLS’ newest team as he hosted Austin FC in the Western Conference last season, second only to LAFC.

This is also the debut of the MLS Season Pass commentator pair. These are flexible and subject to change, but MLS is laying out the pair for the foreseeable future.

MLS Season Pass Commentator: Matchday 1

All times below are US Eastern Time. Each game also has Spanish-speaking staff, but games involving Canadian teams also have a French broadcast team.

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Saturday, February 25th

4:30 p.m. Nashville SC vs. New York City FC. FOX, MLS Season Pass, fubo TV, DirecTV Stream, Sling Blue. — Keith Costigan and Maurice Edu of MLS Season Pass; John Strong and Stu Holden of FOX

7:30 p.m. — Charlotte FC vs. New England Revolution. — Eric Krakauer and Lloyd Sam.

7:30 PM — Atlanta United FC vs. San Jose Earthquakes. — Kevin Egan and Kindra de St. Aubin.

7:30 PM — FC Cincinnati vs. Houston Dynamo. — Callum Williams and Karen Carr.

7:30 p.m. — Philadelphia Union vs. Columbus Crew. — Steve Kangiarosi and Danny Higginbotham.

7:30 pm — Inter Miami CF vs Montreal. — Jen Hildreth and Lori Lindsay.

7:30 p.m. — DC United vs. Toronto FC. — Tyler Terrence and Devon Carr.

7:30 p.m. — Orlando City vs. New York Red Bulls. — Dre Cordero and Jamie Watson.

8:30 p.m. — Austin FC vs. St. Louis City SC. — Tony Husband and Ross Smith.

8:30 PM — FC Dallas vs. Minnesota United FC. — Mark Followill and Daniel Slaton.

9:30 PM — LA Galaxy vs LAFC. — Jake Jivin and Taylor Twellman.

10:30 PM — Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Real Salt Lake. — Blake Price and Paul Dolan.

10:30 p.m. — Portland Timbers v Sporting Kansas City. — Max Bretos and Bryan Danseth.

February 26 (Sun)

8:00 p.m. — Seattle Sounders vs. Colorado Rapids. — Mark Logondino and Heath Pearce.

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