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Broadcast Schedule Revealed for 2021 Orlando Pride Regular Season

May 7, 2021 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Orlando Pride News Release


ORLANDO, Fla. - The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) has unveiled the complete broadcast schedule for the 2021 regular season, which includes TV and streaming information for each of the Orlando Pride's 24 matches.

As previously announced, the NWSL will broadcast across the CBS family of networks - including CBS, CBS Sports Network and Paramount+ - as well as on Twitch. The Pride will feature twice on national television, first on CBSSN for an Aug. 22 matchup against the Washington Spirit at AUDI Field. Two weeks later, Orlando hosts the Houston Dash on Sept. 5, with that match on CBS, the network's flagship station.

The remaining matches for the Pride will be spread across Paramount+ and Twitch, with 15 airing in the US on Paramount+ and seven exclusively globally on Twitch. The matches featured on Paramount+ will continue to be available to international fans on Twitch.

In addition, changes to five kickoff times have been announced (all times ET):

June 26 at Houston Dash: 8 p.m. (previously 8:30 p.m.)

Aug. 22 at Washington Spirit: 4 p.m. (previously 5 p.m.)

Aug. 29 at NJ/NY Gotham FC: 5:30 p.m. (previously 5 p.m.)

Sept. 5 vs. Houston Dash: 4 p.m. (previously 6 p.m.)

Oct. 2 at Chicago Red Stars: 7:30 p.m. (previously 8 p.m.)

The Pride begin their 2021 regular season on Sunday, May 16, hosting the Spirit at Exploria Stadium. The season will begin with a reduced capacity at Exploria Stadium, with seats guaranteed for 2021 Season Ticket Members and partial ticket package holders.

Fans wishing to receive more information on Orlando Pride ticket packages can inquire here or by calling 1-855-ORL-CITY.

In addition, fans looking for 10 or more tickets, premium hospitality options including luxury suites, or single-match tickets can sign-up here and will be contacted by an Orlando Pride Sales Representative. All seats will be arranged to align with the venue's current safety protocols.

The updated 2021 regular season schedule, with broadcast information, can be found below.

2021 Orlando Pride Regular Season Schedule:

Date: Opponent: Venue: Time (ET): Broadcast:

Sun., May 16 Washington Spirit Exploria Stadium 6 p.m. Paramount+

Sat., May 22 North Carolina Courage Sahlen's Stadium 7 p.m. Paramount+

Wed., May 26 Portland Thorns FC Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., May 30 Kansas City Exploria Stadium 6 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., June 6 Washington Spirit Audi Field 2 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., June 20 NJ/NY Gotham FC Exploria Stadium 6 p.m. Paramount+

Wed., June 23 Kansas City Legends Field 2 p.m. Paramount+

Sat., June 26 Houston Dash BBVA Stadium 8 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., July 4 North Carolina Courage Exploria Stadium 6 p.m. Paramount+

Fri., July 9 Racing Louisville FC Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Twitch

Sun., July 18 Portland Thorns FC Providence Park 10:30 p.m. Twitch

Sat., July 24 OL Reign Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Twitch

Sat., July 31 North Carolina Courage Sahlen's Stadium 7 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., Aug. 8 Chicago Red Stars SeatGeek Stadium 6 p.m. Paramount+

Sat., Aug. 14 Portland Thorns FC Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., Aug. 22 Washington Spirit Audi Field 4 p.m. CBSSN

Sun., Aug. 29 NJ/NY Gotham FC Red Bull Arena 5:30 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., Sept. 5 Houston Dash Exploria Stadium 4 p.m. CBS

Sat., Sept. 11 Racing Louisville FC Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Paramount+

Sun., Sept. 26 OL Reign Cheney Stadium 7 p.m. Twitch

Sat., Oct. 2 Chicago Red Stars SeatGeek Stadium 7:30 p.m. Twitch

Sat., Oct. 9 NJ/NY Gotham FC Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Twitch

Sat., Oct. 16 Racing Louisville FC Lynn Family Stadium 7:30 p.m. Paramount+

Fri., Oct. 29 Chicago Red Stars Exploria Stadium 7 p.m. Twitch

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