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ESPN Equals First-Class

Published on June 10, 2010 By Editor

ESPN is truly a first-class organization from top to bottom. Their involvement with the 2010 World Cup has already become a thing of legends and a game hasn’t been played yet. Many people (even those who are not usually soccer fans) have been impressed by ESPN’s commericals and promotions detailing their World Cuo coverage.
They have invested [...]

News from ESPN

Published on December 2, 2009 By Editorial

Tuesday’s Outside the Lines (3 p.m. ET, ESPN) will feature a live report from Jeremy Schaap in Cape Town, a match-fixing discussion,  and Landon Donovan live in the studio.
Sunday’s telecast of La Liga’s Clasico live on ESPN Deportes was the highest-rated and most-watched European soccer telecast in Spanishlanguage cable television history.

Freddie Ljungberg Joins Soccernet.com as Contributor, Analyst on ESPNSoccernet Press Pass

Published on October 30, 2009 By gward

Soccernet.com has launched a column penned by soccer star Freddie Ljungberg.  As a regular contributor, Ljungberg will share his insights and commentary on several topics surrounding the game of soccer.  In his first column, Ljungberg adds his thoughts on the World Cup qualifying teams, the transition to MLS and playing midfielder for the Seattle Sounders, soccer in [...]

ESPN Soccer Coverage

Published on August 28, 2009 By Editor

ESPN continues to expand its coverage of international soccer. The coming days will show us a whopping 14 live matches, including the debut of Spain’s La Liga. The first weekend of La Liga will be covered by multiple platforms in the ESPN family of programs, including ESPN, ESPN360.com, and ESPN Deportes. 
Spain’s top division includes some of the world’s [...]