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2017 Atlanta United TV Schedule

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Every game, every channel

Atlanta United, Major League Soccer’s 22nd franchise, begin their inaugural season in 2017. The team will have 34 league matches in their first season, all of which will be televised in some form or fashion. The club will appear on national television 15 times during the season, including their first four matches of the season.

The inaugural match against the New York Red Bulls at Bobby Dodd Stadium will be televised on Fox Sports 1, the first of four Atlanta United matches to be televised on the channel.

The following week, Atlanta will look to play spoiler in Minnesota United’s first ever MLS home match on ESPN2. This is the first of six matches on the ESPN english family of networks.

Atlanta will get to enjoy two home openers as Mercedes-Benz Stadium is scheduled to open on July 30th with a match against Orlando City SC. That match will be televised on over-the-air national FOX. It should be a huge occasion for the club. To round out the national TV schedule, the Univision family of networks will televise four matches.

On February 21st, Atlanta United and the FOX Sports Regional Networks announced a multi-year TV deal that will provide coverage of all non-nationally televised matches. All but three matches will be televised live on Fox Sports South or Fox Sports Southeast. The three matches that have scheduling conflicts will be aired live on CW69 and be available online through the FOX Sports Go app. Here’s the full TV schedule (all times Eastern)

Atlanta United 2017 Schedule

DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME / TV
DAY DATE OPPONENT TIME / TV
Sunday March 5 vs. New York Red Bulls 7:00 / FS1
Sunday March 12 at Minnesota United 4:00 / ESPN
Saturday March 18 vs. Chicago Fire 4:00 / UniMas
Friday March 31 at Seattle Sounders 10:00 / FS1
Saturday April 8 at Toronto FC 7:30 / FSS
Saturday April 15 at Montreal Impact 1:00 / FSS
Saturday April 22 at Real Salt Lake 9:30 / CW/FSSE
Sunday April 30 vs. DC United 3:00 / FS1
Sunday May 7 at New York City FC 4:00 / Univision
Sunday May 14 at Portland Timbers 4:00 / ESPN
Saturday May 20 vs. Houston Dynamo 7:00 / FSSE
Sunday May 28 vs. New York City FC 5:00 / ESPN
Saturday June 3 at Vancouver Whitecaps 5:30 / FSSE
Saturday June 10 at Chicago Fire 4:00 / UniMas
Saturday June 17 vs. Columbus Crew 7:00 / FSSE
Wednesday June 21 at DC United 7:30 / FSS
Saturday June 24 vs. Colorado Rapids 7:00 / FSSE
Saturday July 1 at Columbus Crew 7:30 / FSSE
Tuesday July 4 vs. San Jose Earthquakes 7:00 / FSS
Friday July 21 at Orlando City 7:00 / ESPN
Sunday July 29 vs. Orlando City 5:00 / FOX
Sunday August 6 at Sporting Kansas City 8:00 / FS1
Sunday August 13 vs. Minnesota United 6:00 / ESPN2
Saturday August 19 vs. LA Galaxy 4:00 / ESPN
Wednesday August 23 at DC United 7:30 / FSS
Saturday August 26 at Philadelphia Union 7:00 / FSSE
Saturday September 9 vs. FC Dallas 7:00 / CW/FSSE
Wednesday September 13 vs. New England Revolution 7:00 / FSS
Saturday September 16 vs. Orlando City 4:00 / Univision
Saturday September 23 vs. Montreal Impact 7:00 / CW/FSSE
Wednesday September 27 vs. Philadelphia Union 7:00 / FSS
Saturday September 30 at New England Revolution 7:30 / FSSE
Sunday October 15 at New York Red Bulls 3:00 / FSSE
Sunday October 22 vs. Toronto FC 4:00 / FSS