If you're wondering where and how to watch your favorite teams this season, here is your one stop shop. This guide consists of every way you can watch soccer... ahem... futbol from the comfort of your own home, or even in a rowdy pub. That way you have no excuse for missing a single game.
Men's Soccer Schedule
Here you can find the schedule of every game. Like any other schedule, it shows where and when the match will take place, as well as scores and what TV network each particular match will be broadcasted on. Not only does this link provide you with the basic information, you also can access play-by-play info by merely clicking the "Live" button. There, you will find line ups, calls and match stats.
If TV isn't your thing, there are multiple options at your disposal. Fox Sports Go is a viable choice. Using your cable provider login, you can watch live soccer matches on your computer or mobile device. NBC Sports also has a very similar streaming service. Just like Fox Sports Go, you must have your cable provider login. Fubo.tv is another way to watch matches online with a monthly subscription.
If you can't make it to a TV or computer, you can download the NBC Sports App. You can login to the app with the same username and password you use with your cable/TV provider. The app works on a number of devices, so no sweat there.
In my search for a list of bars or pubs that show soccer matches, I came across a nifty little site, called SoccerBars.com. There, you use a drop down, and filter to a country. Once you click 'Go', it will take you to a list of cities, once a city is selected, it will show you bars/pubs that show soccer matches, as well as their GPS locations.
Highlights and Replays
Highlights and replays can be found on Fox Soccer's YouTube channel. Not only will you find broad coverage of every game, YouTube also hosts many channels of almost every one of your favorite teams. Below is a small list of channels to get you started.
US Major League Channel