MLS Direct Kick will be available from DIRECTV and through most cable TV providers from iN DEMAND for $79. For more information, go to www.directv.com/sports or www.indemand.com or contact your local cable provider. There will be a free preview of MLS Direct Kick from March 7 through March 15.
Fans can watch High Definition-quality streams via computer, Android phone or tablet, iPhone, iPad, Roku, Apple TV, and Google's Chromecast Media Player. One subscription will provide access on all devices. MLS LIVE has been completely redesigned in 2015 to provide a sleek, new look and enhanced functionality. Fans will be able to watch multiple matches at once using the multi-game feature within the web browser version or by signing into multiple devices to watch different matches simultaneously.
Fans using a phone or tablet can watch using the free MLS app available in the App Store or Google Play. The 2015 version of the League app, formerly MLS Matchday, will now simply be listed as MLS.
All MLS LIVE subscriptions include access to five seasons of archived MLS matches (including MLS Cup Playoffs and MLS Cup) using the web version of MLS LIVE. There is the capability to watch the full match or a condensed version of the archived games.
Fans with a 2014 MLS LIVE season subscription do not need to take any action to sign up for the 2015 service. MLS will automatically renew their season subscription at the preseason price in February.
MLS LIVE is available in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The service is not available to fans living or traveling outside of North America.
On MLS LIVE and MLS Direct Kick all nationally-televised matches are blacked out. Local broadcast blackout policies may also apply.