This Week in Sporting - Feb. 28, 2020

This Week in Sporting presented by The Smile Generation: June 1-6, 2020

"This Week in Sporting," presented by The Smile Generation, is a regular series that highlights everything Sporting Kansas City fans have to look forward to throughout the week, from classic matches and live streams to exclusive interviews and engaging videos. To visit the series archive, click here.


DATE TIME (CT) EVENT
Tue., June 2 7pm Sporting KC Show on Sports Radio 810 WHB
Thu., June 4 7pm Classic Match: Wizards at Revolution from May 16, 1998
(Streaming on SportingKC.com)
Sat., June 6 7pm, 9pm Classic Match: 2012 U.S. Open Cup Final from Aug. 8, 2012
(Re-airing on FOX Sports Kansas City)

Dates and times subject to change.

Tuesday, June 2: Sporting KC Show on Sports Radio 810 WHB

A new episode of the Sporting Kansas City Show will debut at 7 p.m. CT Tuesday on Sports Radio 810 WHB as hosts Nate Bukaty, Carter Augustine and Aly Trost welcome a Sporting guest, reflect on the latest news surrounding MLS and look back at some of the best moments in club history. The Sporting Kansas City Show is available on several podcast hubs including Spotify and iTunes as well as YouTube and SportingKC.com/SportingKCShow.

Thursday, June 4: Classic match on SportingKC.com

In conjunction with Major League Soccer's 25th anniversary celebration, Sporting is turning back the clocks with another classic match stream exclusively on SportingKC.com at 7 p.m. CT Thursday. This time around, fans will be treated to the Kansas City Wizards' 1998 road win over the New England Revolution, which saw Digital Takawira net a hat trick. Per MLS rules, the stream will be geofenced to viewers in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska.

Saturday, June 6: 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final on FOX Sports Kansas City

Fans can tune into FOX Sports Kansas City and FOX Sports GO at 7 and 9 p.m. CT Saturday for a re-airing of Sporting's epic win over Seattle Sounders FC in the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final at Children's Mercy Park. The unforgettable matchup will feature a second-screen experience with commentary from former Sporting greats Paulo Nagamura and Jimmy Nielsen, both of whom played instrumental roles in the shootout victory.

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