ESPN FC is a program that integrates several elements of the digital platform's content via social media, the industry-leading ESPN Stats & Information Group's data visualization analysis, and more. Digital versions of the program will be available on ESPNFC.com. "Soccer's popularity is at an all-time high in the United States as fans are now more familiar with the world's top players, marquee clubs and national teams. ESPN FC on TV continues our leadership role in coverage of the sport across all media," said Scott Guglielmino, ESPN senior vice president for programming. Planned ESPN FC TV highlights: A daily destination show that will offer U.S. fans "need-to-know" soccer news and information from across the globe; Employ ESPN FC's global reporters, columnists and team bloggers for breaking news, rumors and player-transfer news
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
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ESPN FC (formerly ESPN SoccerNet) was a website owned by ESPN Inc., which covered association football. Originally established in 1995 as SoccerNet, the website was acquired by ESPN in 1999. Regardless of the status of its main page, however, ESPN FC still publishes news regularly on its website (as of June 2018).
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ESPN eventually launched a U.S. television studio program on ESPNews and ESPN2 dedicated to Soccer, also known as ESPN FC. The program airs on weekday evenings at 6 PM, and a weekly recap show airs on Sunday nights. The program is normally hosted by Dan Thomas. Regular contributors include Craig Burley, Shaka Hislop, Alejandro Moreno, Steve Nicol, Paul Mariner, Raphael Honigstein, Gabriele Marcotti, Brian McBride, Taylor Twellman, Ian Darke, Kasey Keller, Frank LeBoeuf, Stewart Robson, Sid Lowe, Julien Laurens, Uli Hesse, Nilton Batata and Santiago Solari. As of April 2018, the show became exclusive to subscribers of the new streaming service ESPN+.
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