Gómez will primarily serve as a pundit on ESPN FC, ESPN’s daily soccer news, highlights and information program, as well as a studio analyst for the network’s coverage of Major League Soccer, U.S. Men’s National Team, and other international soccer competitions. On ESPN Deportes, he will appear on signature soccer studio programs Fuera de Juego and Futbol Picante.
On Saturday, Berman files two features – a one-on-one conversation with Patriots coach Bill Belichick; and a story on the unique and winning culture head coach Pete Carroll has fostered with the Seahawks. The past two weeks, Berman has travelled to Foxboro, Mass., and Seattle to visit both teams.
ESPN networks will televise 31 regular-season Major League Soccer matches in 2017, beginning Sunday, March 5 at 5 p.m. ET with Orlando City SC vs. New York City FC, the 2017 MLS season- opener for the two clubs and the first match at the new Orlando City Stadium. ESPN and ESPN Deportes will televise the Orlando-NYC FC clash, which will feature some of the league’s top international stars such as Brazil’s Kaká and Italy’s Antonio Nocerino (Orlando), and Spain’s David Villa and Italy’s Andrea Pirlo (New York City).
The Oakland Raiders visit the Houston Texans to kick off the 2016 NFL Wild Card Weekend. The matchup will air on ABC and ESPN as well as in Spanish on ESPN Deportes at 4:20 p.m. Click here for highlights of extensive coverage of Raiders-Texans across ESPN and ABC.
Tom Jackson, who partnered with Chris Berman for 29 years on ESPN’s signature NFL studio shows – Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown and NFL Primetime (1987-2005) – before retiring in August, returns to Bristol on Monday as Berman’s NFL legends guest. The duo will reunite and reminisce in-studio throughout the two-hour show.
ESPN will present The Undefeated In-Depth: Serena with Common – an exclusive conversation between tennis champion and sports star Serena Williams and Oscar and Grammy Award-winning artist Common – on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 9 p.m. ET.
ESPN has added Julie Stewart-Binks as sideline reporter for Major League Soccer and U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Team games. Stewart-Binks, a versatile reporter and host who is emerging as one of soccer’s best sideline reporters, will make her ESPN debut in March 2017 during ESPN’s MLS season-opening telecast.
On Sunday, Dec. 4, 10-year-old Logan Schoenhardt stood midfield at Gillette Stadium as the Patriots were about to face the Rams. The young boy stood next to his favorite football player in the world – Tom Brady. In a special presentation by E:60, ESPN’s award-winning newsmagazine, Tom Rinaldi shares the story about Logan and the bond he shares with Brady, his idol.
Sunday NFL Countdown Features Artists Who Design Custom Cleats for NFL Players Von Miller, Antonio Brown and Others
NFL Custom Cleats – Reporter Jim Trotter and producer Dominique Goodridge profile Kickasso (aka Troy Cole) and Corey Pane, two artists behind the growing trend of custom cleats worn by NFL players like Von Miller and Antonio Brown. In week 13, the NFL is allowing players to wear custom cleats as part of the #MyCauseMyCleats campaign. Preview. Kickasso and Pane will also join the Countdown crew in-studio to display some of their latest designs.
ESPNFC.com, ESPN’s global multiplatform soccer brand, will provide week-long coverage of the 2016 MLS Conference Championships culminating on game day with coverage by its national soccer reporters – Doug McIntyre in Montreal for the Eastern Conference Championship and Jeff Carlisle in Commerce City covering the Western Conference Championship. Highlights:
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