Broadcast Information

Local TV

FOX Sports Kansas City will serve as the club's exclusive television home for the fourth straight year in 2020, televising 31 MLS regular season matches. New color analyst and former Sporting player Jacob Peterson will join play-by-play announcer Nate Bukaty and touchline reporter Carter Augustine for local broadcasts.

ABC, ESPN and FS1 will collectively televise three Sporting matches to a national audience in 2020. Every Sporting match not broadcast nationally will air live on FOX Sports Kansas City or FOX Sports Kansas City Plus in Kansas, Nebraska and western Missouri and on FOX Sports Midwest or FOX Sports Midwest Plus in St. Louis, mid-Missouri and Iowa.

Sporting will produce all regional telecasts, which will be supplemented by 30-minute pregame and postgame shows. Matches on FOX Sports Kansas City, FOX Sports Kansas City Plus, FOX Sports Midwest and FOX Sports Midwest Plus can also be streamed on the FOX Sports GO app and at FOXSportsGO.com by customers of pay-TV providers who receive that channel. For a full list of FOX Sports Kansas City and FOX Sports Midwest channel numbers, click here.

Broadcasters

Name Twitter
Nate Bukaty (Play-by-play) @nate_bukaty
Jacob Peterson (analyst) @JacobPeterson37
Carter Augustine (sideline reporter) @CarterAugust1ne

National TV

ABC, ESPN and FS1 will collectively televise three Sporting fixtures to a national audience in 2020.


Streaming

Viewers within Sporting's TV footprint who receive FOX Sports Kansas City or FOX Sports Midwest as part of their television subscription will be able to stream Sporting telecasts on FOX Sports GO. To stream games, viewers must sign in with their pay-TV provider user ID and password. FOX Sports GO carries no additional charge and can be accessed with the FOX Sports GO app or at FOXSportsGO.com.

FOX Sports Kansas City/Midwest programming is also available on several live streaming TV services such as Hulu with Live TV and FuboTV.


Radio

Sports Radio 810 WHB and La Grande 1340 AM will continue as Sporting Kansas City's official radio partners in 2020. All 34 regular season contests will air in English on Sports Radio 810 WHB or one of its sister stations, and in Spanish on La Grande 1340 AM.

Since its formation in 1999, Sports Radio 810 WHB has grown to become one of the largest and most listened to sports radio stations in the country. The station first hosted the Kansas City Soccer Show in 2010 and now airs a weekly Sporting KC Show in addition to The Final Whistle postgame show.


Broadcast Schedule

Each month, SportingKC.com will provide a list of all the radio and television coverage available for Sporting Kansas City fans. Visit SportingKC.com/broadcastschedule for the latest information on live programming.