If you were looking for some good news on a Monday, look no further. FC Dallas announced today that they will stream all of their remaining 2020 locally broadcasted game online. The first game included in that will be this Wednesday’s match against the Colorado Rapids.
All FC Dallas matches in 2020 that are broadcast on TXA21 and on FCDTV Network affiliates will be available on virtual multichannel video programming distributors (vMVPD) such as YouTube TV and Hulu Live as well as on FCDallas.com/Stream.
Nationally broadcast matches in 2020 (on FS1, TUDN or ESPN, for example) will be available on the network’s streaming services.
Matches will continue to be available on TXA21 and throughout the FCDTV Network on traditional cable providers, as well as through digital antennas. ESPN+ will provide coverage of matches outside of the Dallas/Fort Worth and FCDTV Network markets (Amarillo, Lubbock and Tyler).
Wednesday’s match will be available on TXA21 in DFW and the FCDTV Network, vMVPD platforms in the Dallas/Fort Worth market and FCDTV Network markets as well as on FCDallas.com/Stream. The match will also be available on ESPN+ outside of the DFW, Amarillo, Lubbock and Tyler markets.