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All USL PRO games to be streamed live

by Chris Brannick Modified: January 17, 2014 at 4:40 pm •  Published: January 17, 2014

The United Soccer Leagues announced Friday that each and every one of their Pro league games will be streamed live on their YouTube channel.

Now, if we can just get a schedule.

Oklahoma City Energy FC will make its debut in the league in mid to late March. We still don’t know when their first game will be but we do know now that if you don’t make it to the games, you can still watch them on your computer, laptop or mobile device.

Search for OKC Energy FC on YouTube to find the team-specific channel. The USL channel can be found there as well.

The channel consists of not just the live streaming of games each week but also, USL Pro Weekly and USL Pro Goal of the Week along with other highlights. Nicholas Murray hosts the weekly show recapping games and talking about other big news in the league.

Jay Preble, who works for USL, said they hoped to release the schedule after the new year. The league’s twitter account responded to fans questions about the games by saying they hoped to release it earlier than they did last season, which was Jan. 24.

Energy FC said they would be okay with playing their first two or three games on the road because of the ongoing construction to the field at Pribil Stadium. The team is renovating Bishop McGuinness high school’s football field.


by Chris Brannick
Copy Editor
Chris Brannick is a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma, where he served as Sports Editor of The Vista, UCO's student newspaper. Originally from Utica, N.Y., he graduated from Sallisaw High School in 2003.
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