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DC United close televised matches schedule deal with Comcast

DC United settled deal with Comcast for 2014 season
DC United settled deal with Comcast for 2014 season
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Without any national or local coverage for their first two matches this season, D.C. United settled a deal on Wednesday that along with previous negotiations will give the Black-and-Red fans an opportunity to watch 23 out the club's 34 regular season games.

Comcast SportsNet (CSN) will show 14 United's starting on May 3, when they visit the Portland Timbers. as for the other nine matches on TV this season, they will be spread among NBC Sports Network, ESPN and UniMas.

You can check the updated schedule of televised United games here.

According to the Washington Post Soccer Insider Blog, CSN will show at least two more matches from the following:

April 5 vs. New England
April 19 at Columbus
April 26 vs. Dallas
August 9 at Real Salt Lake
August 17 vs. Colorado (Univision Deportes broadcast)
August 23 at Kansas City
Sept. 6 at Vancouver
Sept. 20 at Chicago
Oct. 18 vs. Chicago
Oct. 25 at Montreal

As for this weekend once Toronto FC host United, the Black-and-Red fans will have to look for, MLS Live or MLS Direct Kick to catch the club in its week two in Major League Soccer.

In addition, DC United official website announced that former midfielder Santino Quaranta will work as an analyst for CSN this year.

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