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The A-League on FOX in 2004

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Day Date Away Team Home Team Broadcast Time (ET)

Friday June 4 Portland Charleston 8:00pm

Friday June 11 Atlanta Syracuse 8:00pm

Friday June 18 Milwaukee Virginia Beach 8:00pm

Friday June 25 Edmonton Calgary 11:00pm*

Friday July 2 Seattle Milwaukee 8:00pm

Friday July 9 Montreal Rochester 8:00pm

Friday July 16 Atlanta Puerto Rico 8:00pm

Friday July 23 Rochester Richmond 8:00pm

Friday July 30 Calgary Vancouver 11:00pm

Friday August 6 Vancouver Montreal 8:00pm

Saturday August 7 PDL Championship – Site TBD 6:00pm

Sunday August 8 W-League Championship – Ottawa TBD

Friday August 13 Syracuse Toronto 8:00pm

Friday August 20 Charleston Virginia Beach 8:00pm

Friday August 27 Minnesota Portland 11:00pm

Saturday September 4 PSL Championship – Site TBD 8:00pm

Fri/Sun Sept. 3/5 A-League Playoffs – Site TBD 8:00pm or 11:00pm

Fri/Sun Sept. 10/12 A-League Playoffs – Site TBD 8:00pm or 11:00pm

Sat/Sun Sept. 18/19 A-League Championship – Site TBD TBD

TBD Super Y-League Championship Show TBD

* Game to be showed on two-hour tape delay (actual kickoff 9pm ET)

** All times Eastern / Schedule subject to change


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March 4, 2004 (TORONTO, ON) – Lynx fans will once again be able to catch A-League games on Fox Sports World and Fox Sports World Canada as the United Soccer Leagues announced today the 20-game television schedule for 2004. This year’s schedule includes one Lynx match when they face off against the Syracuse Salty Dogs on Friday, August 13 at 8pm live from Centennial Park Stadium in Etobicoke. The USL and Fox Sports World are in the third year of a five-year broadcast deal with Fox Sports World Canada set to air the full 20-game schedule. The telecasts will feature an abundance of Canadian flavour with 5 of the 13 regular season A-League matches featuring Canadian teams, including all-Canadian match ups featuring Edmonton at Calgary on Friday, June 25th at 11pm, Calgary at Vancouver on Friday, July 30th at 11:00pm and Vancouver at Montreal on Friday, August 6th at 8pm. Dick Howard, the veteran Canadian colour commentator is included in the color commentary team joining Kenn Tomasch, Peter Schaad and Steve Bell while the play-by-play includes Canadian Paul Dolan with Sean Wheelock and Dave Johnson.

“We are very excited to unveil this season’s broadcast schedule,” says USL Chief Executive Officer Dave Askinas. “Our fans have grown accustomed to watching our Fox Sports Friday Night broadcasts on the most popular nationwide soccer channel, Fox Sports World. Our fans north of the border will also get to see their favourite teams in action as Fox Sports World Canada has picked up the entire A-League portion of the lineup. We are pleased to be able to showcase our newest franchises in Calgary, Edmonton and Puerto Rico. In short, the broadcasts are must-see event for every North American soccer fan.”

The Toronto Lynx home matches will also be televised locally by Rogers Television in 2004 with the full schedule to be announced later this spring.

For a complete USL game schedule on Fox Sports World and Fox Sports World Canada, go to USLsoccer.com.

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That news release is ridiculous! LYNX ANNOUNCE NOTHING THEY CAME UP WITH!

For the Impact, beyond bothe FSWC games, there are talks for more RDS games than in 2003. Realistically, I'd expect to see 3 extra home games. Maybe one of the games in Québec or Sherbrooke would be cool to have on TV.

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