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MLS Cup Final 2014, LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution: How to watch

MLS has made it super easy to watch MLS Cup this weekend.

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Are you curious about how to watch tomorrow's big game? MLS has made it quite easy to watch the game from almost anywhere. There will be upward of 200 countries watching MLS Cup 2014 on Sunday, including 59 countries getting the ESPN International feed (38.8 million TV homes).

Here is how to watch or listen to the game here in the US.

TV (English): ESPN, WatchESPN (online)

According to a media release, ESPN will wrap up its 19th straight season of MLS coverage with the live airing of MLS Cup 2014 with an ESPN FC Boot Room Extra following postgame.

Play-by-play man Adrian Healey, color analyst Taylor Twellman and sideline reporter Monica Gonzalez will lead the coverage from the StubHub Center with Max Bretos, Alexi Lalas and Kasey Keller handling pregame, halftime and postgame studio coverage, including a scheduled halftime interview with MLS Commissioner Don Garber.

ESPN will use the match to debut a graphic telestrator that tracks the movement of specific players in real-time, spotlighting key players on-screen during live action or in a replay.

TV (Spanish): UniMas / Univision Deportes Network

MLS Cup will air on UniMás and simulcast on Univision Deportes Network at 2 pm CT.

República Deportiva, the popular Sunday midday sports show on Univision, will also be broadcast live from StubHub Center from 10am-12pm CT and also simulcast on UDN.

RADIO: SiriusXM FC Channel 94 (English) and ESPN Deportes Radio (Spanish)

The 24-hour SiriusXM soccer channel will have a full 4.5 hour block of MLS Cup coverage from StubHub Center from 1pm CT to 5:30 pm CT.

ESPN Deportes Radio has the Spanish-language broadcast with a full pregame show beginning at 1 pm CT. Play-by-play man Kenneth Garay, color analyst Elmer Polanco and sideline reporter Diego Cora will call the action live from StubHub Center.