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MLS 2022 TV Channels, Live Streaming, Schedule, Details, All You Need To Know

The top format of a soccer tournament in the United States and Canada and also one of the best domestic soccer tournaments. The tournament is played in the United States where teams participate to achieve the winning title of the league. So Take a look at 2022 Major League Soccer season TV Channels, Live Streaming, Schedule, Details, All You Need To Know.

The league has taken a step towards its start from 27th of February 2022 and is known as one of the biggest football tournaments due to the duration of the tournament which is more than 4 months and will end up to 9th of October 2022. The TRP for the same is been touching the sky as the matches are drawing attention towards football fans due to their lengthy entertainment format.

MLS 2022 TV Channels

The number of games that will be on air or have been live telecast on many channels. The licensed TV channels that have the right to telecast each and every match of the league live are  ABC, FOX, Univision, and UniMas which are the top-rated sports channel all over the world. The major league will not be telecast in India.

2022 Major League Soccer season Live Streaming Details

There are many applications to cover the local and the national area of all the matches of 2022 Major League Soccer season Live Streaming. Application to telecast or to stream all of the tournament matches live to all over the world will be Fan code and pikashow can be used by Indian fans to have a high-quality experience for the same.

2022 Major League Soccer Schedule Details All You Need To Know

Saturday 19th March

  • FC Cincinnati vs Inter Miami – 1pm
  • NYCFC vs Philadelphia Union – 1pm
  • Toronto FC vs DC United – 3pm
  • LA Galaxy vs Orlando City – 3:30pm
  • Atlanta United vs CF Montreal – 4pm
  • Chicago Fire vs Sporting Kansas City – 6pm
  • Charlotte FC vs New England Revolution – 7pm
  • Minnesota United vs San Jose Earthquakes – 8pm
  • FC Dallas vs Portland Timbers – 8:30pm
  • Houston Dynamo vs Colorado Rapids – 8:30pm
  • Real Salt Lake vs Nashville SC – 9:30pm

Sunday 20th March

  • New York Red Bulls vs Columbus Crew – 2pm
  • Austin FC vs Seattle Sounders – 4:30pm
  • LAFC vs Vancouver Whitecaps – 10pm

Saturday 26th March

  • Charlotte FC vs FC Cincinnati – 6pm
  • Sporting Kansas City vs Real Salt Lake – 8pm

Saturday 27 March

  • Portland Timbers vs Orlando City – 4pm

Saturday 2 April

  • Chicago Fire vs FC Dallas – 3:30pm
  • FC Cincinnati vs CF Montreal – 4pm
  • Toronto FC vs NYCFC – 4pm
  • Columbus Crew vs Nashville SC – 5pm
  • DC United vs Atlanta United – 7:30pm
  • New England Revolution vs New York Red Bulls – 7:30pm
  • Orlando City vs LAFC – 7:30pm
  • Philadelphia Union vs Charlotte FC – 7:30pm
  • San Jose Earthquakes vs Austin FC – 7:30pm
  • Inter Miami vs Houston Dynamo – 8pm
  • Minnesota United vs Seattle Sounders – 8pm
  • Vancouver Whitecaps vs Sporting Kansas City – 8pm
  • Colorado Rapids vs Real Salt Lake – 9pm

Sunday 3 April

  • Portland Timbers vs LA Galaxy – 4:30pm

Saturday 9 April

  • Orlando City vs Chicago Fire – 1pm
  • Charlotte FC vs Atlanta United – 3pm
  • New York Red Bulls vs CF Montreal – 4pm
  • Inter Miami vs New England Revolution – 5pm
  • NYCFC vs DC United – 5pm
  • Philadelphia Union vs Columbus Crew – 6pm
  • LA Galaxy vs LAFC – 7:30pm
  • Real Salt Lake vs Toronto FC – 8pm
  • FC Dallas vs Colorado Rapids – 8:30pm
  • Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes – 8:30pm
  • Sporting Kansas City vs Nashville SC – 8:30pm
  • Seattle Sounders vs FC Cincinnati – 10pm
  • Vancouver Whitecaps vs Portland Timbers – 10pm

Sunday 10 April

  • Austin FC vs Minnesota United – 7:30pm

Saturday 16 April

  • CF Montreal vs Vancouver Whitecaps – 3pm
  • San Jose Earthquakes vs Nashville SC – 3:30pm
  • Atlanta United vs FC Cincinnati – 6pm
  • Houston Dynamo vs Portland Timbers – 6pm
  • New York Red Bulls vs FC Dallas – 7pm
  • Columbus Crew vs Orlando City – 7:30pm
  • DC United vs Austin FC – 7:30pm
  • New England Revolution vs Charlotte FC – 7:30pm
  • Toronto FC vs Philadelphia Union – 7:30pm
  • Chicago Fire vs LA Galaxy 8pm
  • Minnesota United vs Colorado Rapids – 8pm
  • Seattle Sounders vs Inter Miami – 10pm

Sunday 17 April

  • NYCFC vs Real Salt Lake – 1pm
  • LAFC vs Sporting Kansas City – 4pm

Saturday 23 April

  • FC Dallas vs Houston Dynamo – 3pm
  • Philadelphia Union vs CF Montreal – 3pm
  • Minnesota United vs Chicago Fire – 5pm
  • DC United vs New England Revolution – 7:30pm
  • Austin FC vs Vancouver Whitecaps – 8:30pm
  • Sporting Kansas City vs Columbus Crew – 8:30pm
  • Colorado Rapids vs Charlotte FC – 9pm
  • Portland Timbers vs Real Salt Lake – 10pm
  • LA Galaxy vs Nashville SC – 10:30pm
  • San Jose Earthquakes vs Seattle Sounders – 10:30pm

Sunday 24 April

  • Inter Miami vs Atlanta United – 1pm
  • Orlando City vs New York Red Bulls – 3pm
  • FC Cincinnati vs LAFC – 5pm
  • NYCFC vs Toronto FC – 5pm

Saturday 30 April

  • Houston Dynamo vs Austin FC – 1.30pm
  • Toronto FC vs FC Cincinnati – 3pm
  • Real Salt Lake vs LA Galaxy – 3:30pm
  • CF Montreal vs Atlanta United – 4pm
  • Columbus Crew vs DC United – 7:30pm
  • Orlando City vs Charlotte FC – 7:30pm
  • New England Revolution vs Inter Miami – 7.30pm
  • Chicago Fire vs New York Red Bulls – 8pm
  • Sporting Kansas City vs FC Dallas – 8:30pm
  • Colorado Rapids vs Portland Timbers – 9pm
  • Seattle Sounders vs Vancouver Whitecaps – 10pm

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