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Soccer Talk & Play-by-Play

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SiriusXM FC - New Channel Number

SiriusXM is reorganizing channels which includes new channel numbers starting Thursday, August 13.

SiriusXM FC has moved from channel 94 to channel 85. You’ll still be able to hear SiriusXM FC 24/7 online whenever you’re near a computer at, and on the go using the SiriusXM app for smart phones.

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Talk Shows & Live Play-by-Play

SiriusXM FC is dedicated entirely to the world’s most popular sport. The channel features an extensive schedule of live matches, including coverage of:

Barclays Premier League
La Liga
Serie A
Ligue 1
World Cup qualifiers
International friendlies

Plus, hear a daily lineup of soccer talk programming hosted by former players and coaches including John Harkes, Ray Hudson, Tony Meola, Alan Brazil, Stan Collymore and many others.

See the soccer match schedule

Want to know the guests that will be on SiriusXM FC today? Get the latest information on the SiriusXM FC facebook page.

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  • Tony MeolaTony Meola made 100 appearances for the U.S. and played in two World Cups. He won MLS Cup MVP honors leading Kansas City to a title before playing for the New York Red Bulls. The US Soccer Hall of Fame goalkeeper was drafted by the Yankees and signed with the Jets as a placekicker.

  • John HarkesHarkes earned 90 caps for the U.S. from 1987 to 2000, and was named team captain. At the club level, he succeeded in Europe playing for West Ham United and Sheffield Wednesday before winning five major titles in three seasons as team captain of DC United including back-to-back MLS Cup Championships.

  • Charlie StillitanoStillitano was among the first to run the NY/NJ MetroStars. He's founder and CEO of sports marketing firm ChampionsWorld and a former captain of the Princeton Men's Varsity Soccer Team. He's a founding board member of the US Soccer Foundation and one of the world’s most respected soccer experts.

  • Ray HudsonRay Hudson started in midfield for Newcastle United before playing in the NASL in what would culminate to be a 17 year career. Hudson served as head coach of the Miami Fusion and DC United and proved to be as charismatic in the broadcast booth with GolTV and now BeIN Sport as he was on the field.

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