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Historic North Carolina FC, NC Courage Matches to Air on Capitol Broadcasting, YouTube

March 24, 2020 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - North Carolina Courage News Release

CARY, N.C. - With the USL Championship and NWSL seasons currently on pause, fans of North Carolina FC and the North Carolina Courage can still get their soccer fix, as both teams will have memorable matches broadcast locally by Capitol Broadcasting Company throughout March and April. The games can also be streamed via the North Carolina FC and NC Courage YouTube channels.

The fun begins this weekend with encore presentations of the NC Courage's 6-1 win over the Orlando Pride from September 2019 and NCFC's 1-0 win against Saint Louis FC from October 2019. Both matches will air on WRAL2, with the NC Courage-Orlando match broadcast on Saturday, March 28 at 2 p.m. and the NCFC-Saint Louis match on Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. When streaming digitally on YouTube, fans can also chat with other viewers about the game.

Each match featured a career celebration of a now-retired fan-favorite, as the Courage honored Heather O'Reilly and NCFC honored captain Austin da Luz.

Additional encore presentations of NCFC and the NC Courage will be announced at a later date.

How to Watch WRAL2

Over-the-Air: 5.2

Spectrum (Triangle): Channel 1255

Star Vision (Sampson): Channel 18

Randolph Communications (Asheboro): Channel 34

College Cable Services - University (Chapel Hill): Channel 5

CenturyLink (Raleigh): Channel 6

SuddenLink Communications (Tarboro): Channel 144

Charter Communications (Triangle): Channel 1255

Charter Communications (Lumberton, Farmville): Channel 1258

Frontier Communication (Triangle): Channel 50

Google (Triangle): Channel 72

Charter Communications (Siler City, Sanford, Kenly, Roanoke Rapids, Buies Creek, Roxboro): Channel 195

Comcast Cable Communications: Channel 1169, 202

Cequel III: Channel 144

Spectrum (Farmville, Lumberton): Channel 1258

FYI CLU: Channel 920

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