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Watch Every Minute Of North American Soccer League Opening Kickoff Weekend Drama Live at NASLLive.com

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Soccer fans around the world will be able to ‘Watch Every Match Live’ throughout the 2014 North American Soccer League season, which kicks off on the weekend of April 12/13.

By subscribing to either a 30-day pass or a season access pass at www.NASLLive.com, soccer fans can access all 135 matches during the 2014 NASL Spring and Fall Seasons.

Throughout the month of April, the NASL is offering a 10-day free trial to enjoy the weekly broadcasts as the league’s 10 teams battle to reach the postseason and compete in The Championship for the coveted Soccer Bowl trophy.

“Our clubs have significantly improved the standard of their broadcast capabilities during the offseason to enable us to bring a quality product to our online viewers,” said NASL Commissioner Bill Peterson.  “There will be no more away games for fans because they will be able to capture the excitement of every match in their own home, or wherever they may be.”

Soccer fans throughout the world will also be able to follow along at the NASL Live Match Center where they can enjoy comprehensive live stats, interact through social media while watching the NASL Live stream, and enjoy a fully interactive viewing experience.

A 30-day subscription to NASL Live will cost $4.99, while a Season Pass will also be available for $29.99 and will expire on November 30, 2014.  Following the 10-day free trial, users will be charged for whichever option they select at sign up and will have an option to cancel the subscription before a charge is made to their credit card.  In order to qualify for the free trial, users must register prior to April 30, 2014. 

The full season broadcast schedule is available at NASL.com, outlining this season’s matches and streaming information.  Subscribers will also have access to additional premium video content, such as exclusive player and coach interviews and more, throughout the season.

The NASL Live platform will be provided by PERFORM, which commercializes multimedia sports content across internet-enabled digital platforms, driving revenues through a mix of content distribution, advertising and sponsorship, the development and management of subscription platforms and technology and production.

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