MLS games available in bars and restaurants via DirecTV deal

Major League Soccer has announced that MLS games will be available in bars and restaurants across the United States and Canada as the new season begins on February 25, 2023.

Thanks to Apple’s MLS Season Pass, DIRECTV Business will cover the new season’s action in over 300,000 locations including restaurants, bars, hotel lounges and several other venues.

The action is set to be delivered through DIRECTV’s existing satellite equipment.

Canadian fans can also watch

Meanwhile, Canadian fans can enjoy the action thanks to Pay TV. Pay TV will also offer his MLS Season Pass to the commercial property to ensure fans don’t miss any action featuring the Canadian club.

If you prefer to watch from the comfort of your own home, you can watch the entire season through 2032 with MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.

Fans will have access to a wide variety of content, including league history, and will also feature hundreds of MLS Next Pro and MLS NEXT games throughout the campaign.

This season will be the first of MLS’ 10-year partnership with Apple. The tech giant paid him $2.5 billion to acquire the rights to watch every MLS match around the world.

The MLS Season Pass on Apple TV app is also accessible on handheld Apple devices, game consoles, the Apple TV website, smart TVs, streaming devices and set-top boxes.

Major League Soccer Guide

Here are some resources to help you get the most out of your MLS Season Pass.

However, if you don’t want to watch an MLS game being served at a bar, you can do so from the comfort of your own home. MLS Talking Heads such as continue to preach that leagues are more equal than other competitions. But when it comes to telecasting on the network he works for, there’s no equal. Instead, as MLS’ only TV broadcaster, FOX Sports has their favourites. For example, when it comes to the number of times each MLS team appears on television, there are several teams that will not have a national broadcast of the MLS 2023 season.

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