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SiriusXM FC

New Channel!

SiriusXM is launching a new channel dedicated entirely to soccer. SiriusXM FC will be available to all SiriusXM subscribers starting October 15 on channel 94.

Listeners get access to an extensive schedule of live matches from Barclays Premier League, UEFA Champions League and FA Cup, as well as MLS playoff matches.

SiriusXM FC will feature a daily lineup of soccer talk hosted by former players, coaches and other experts including John Harkes, Ray Hudson, Tony Meola, Charlie Stillitano and many more.

See the soccer match schedule

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Barclays English Premier League

SiriusXM listeners can hear many of Europe's top teams battle it out on the pitch all season long. During the season, tune in and treat yourself to all the passion of British football — there is nothing "proper" about it.


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UEFA Champions League

The UEFA Champions League is the most prestigious soccer club competition in the world, run by the UEFA – the governing body for European soccer – and draws the most talented teams from the best leagues in Europe.

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Manchester United

Manchester United English Premier League

Sirius and XM subscribers also have access to live play-by-play of every Manchester United English Premier League match and will hear the official club broadcast all season long.

Soccer Talk
Soccer Ball Streak

Counter Attack

Weekend Mornings before Matches

Listen to the weekend soccer preview show with Dan Bloom and Pete Koury every Saturday morning leading up to the first match of the day.

  • John Harkes

    John HarkesHarkes played for the U.S. national team from 1987 to 2000, appeared in two FIFA World Cup tournaments (1990, 1994), and was named the team’s captain. The standout midfielder played 90 full internationals in his career with the U.S. team and was chosen as co-MVP of the 1995 Copa America in Uruguay. Harkes was among the first Americans to succeed at a high level in Europe, where he played for Sheffield Wednesday (1990-93), Derby County (1993-95) and West Ham United (1995-96) in England’s First Division and Premier League. He led DC United to five major titles in three seasons as team captain from 1996-1998, including back-to-back MLS Cup Championships in 1996 and 1997, the 1996 U.S. Open Cup, the 1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup, and the 1998 Inter-American Cup. Harkes was named to MLS All-Star teams all three years. As a broadcaster, Harkes called MLS and U.S. Men’s National Team games from 2006 to 2011, including World Cup matches in 2006 and 2010 for ESPN.