MLS Announces TV Schedule for Playoffs, Revs 1st Leg on NBC Sports Newtork

Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE

MLS and their national broadcast partners, ESPN and NBCSN have released this weeks schedule for the 2013 MLS Cup Playoffs.

Major League Soccer has released the first part of their playoff television schedule for the 2013 MLS Cup Playoffs.

The New England Revolution will play their first leg against Sporting Kansas City at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, November 2nd at 8PM on the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN). It will be just the third national TV game of the year for the Revs, all on NBCSN, and first since a 5-0 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy on June 2nd. The other game was the season opening win at Chicago on March 9th The game will also be televised locally on Comcast Sports Net New England (CSNNE).

NBCSN will also broadcast the two first round matchups between Seattle Sounders-Colorado Rapids (Wednesday, October 30th, 1030PM) and Houston Dynamo-Montreal Impact (Thursday, October 31st, 830PM) but these games will instead pick up the home team broad cast feeds KONG in Seattle and CSN Houston respectfully.

Information on the second legs of the Conference Semifinals have not yet been released but the Revolution's second leg at Sporting Park in Kansas City is scheduled for Wednesday, November 6th ,kickoff time TBA.

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