MLS and Apple have announced a pairing of debut commentators for the start of the 2023 MLS season. Starting February 25th, the MLS Season Pass marks the beginning of a new era for the league.
In total, over 80 names have been adopted. This includes a mix of broadcast commentary in English, Spanish and French. Each of these languages also has a studio crew that provides pre- and post-match coverage for each game.
The commentator pairings for the 2023 season below are for the start of the season only. In other words, the pairs are not fixed. They are flexible and the links within them may change while the list of names is established.
That said, the pairing is something to look forward to ahead of the season.
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MLS Season Pass Commentator Combinations
Many of the names listed have World Cup, MLS, Premier League, or other world-class experience.
English commentator pairing
There are also regular names that do not appear in pairings. Commentator Nate Bucati and analysts Tony Meola and Warren Burton are regulars on his pass this MLS season.
Spanish commentator pairing
Francisco X. Rivera, Pablo Marinho and Maximiliano Cordaro are also available as regular match analysts. Tony Cerchi and Stefano Fusaro, who are officially listed as studio talents on the Spanish side, can also work as live broadcast commentators and analysts respectively.
French commentator pairing
Analyst Matthias Van Halst is also a full-time member of the team.
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