Manchester United App

Manchester United, one of worldwide soccer’s most popular teams, has launched a $5.99-per-month subscription streaming service for iOS and Android users.

The MUTV app doesn’t include live matches, but promises fans exclusive on-demand content, including:

  • “Live commentary and near live broadcasts of all Manchester United matches;
  • Pre and post-match analysis by Manchester United legends;
  • Interviews with players and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after each game;
  • Award-winning documentaries;
  • Live Jose Mourinho press conferences;
  • Full replays of classic historical Manchester United matches;
  • Daily Manchester United news and analysis.”

MUTV has been available as a subscription TV service in the UK and other countries since 1998, but the iOS and Android apps mark the service’s US debut.

Live Manchester United games from the Premier League can be seen in the US over several NBC-owned networks. The club is currently competing in Britain’s multi-league FA Cup competition, which is shown by Fox Sports 1 and Fox Deportes; the next match, against the Blackburn Rovers, is Sunday, February 19, at 11:15 am ET. You can also stream this game live without being a cable/satellite/telco TV customer by subscribing to Fox Soccer 2Go, a $19.99 per-month subscription service. For more information, visit

(Note: Featured photo is by Paul/Paolo Camera from Flickr).


About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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