Apple TV signs Major League Soccer: it will broadcast its matches around the world

Apple signed a 10-year deal with MLS . Some matches will be free to Apple TV+ subscribers, but there will be another fee to watch the entire competition.

Apple has sealed a historic agreement with the American soccer league Major League Soccer (MLS) to broadcast its games via the Apple TV app for the next 10 years.

In a statement, Apple indicated that its partnership with MLS will begin in 2023, allowing fans around the world to watch the league featuring Peruvian players such as Pedro Gallese, Alexander Callens and Rául Ruidíaz .

The agreement, which will take effect from 2023 to 2032, will have two types of subscription.

Apple TV+ subscribers will be able to watch select MLS and Leagues Cup matches at no extra cost.

To watch ALL the games you will need to subscribe to a new service that MLS will start offering next. Fans who have MLS season tickets will also have access to this one.

Will it only be seen on Apple devices?

No. It will be possible to watch these games on all devices compatible with the Apple TV app. This includes iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD , but also Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sony, TCL, VIZIO , and more.

Amazon Fire TV , Roku devices , PlayStation , Xbox , and Chromecast with Google TV will be supported.

Apple will also have the Apple TV web portal to watch the games.

Matches initially in three languages

Initially, MLS games via Apple TV will feature narration in English and Spanish, but there will be commentary in French when Canadian teams play.