Galaxy vs. Revolution, 2014 MLS Cup final live streaming: How to watch online
You can watch the MLS Cup final online, so long as you get Watch ESPN.
The LA Galaxy and New England Revolution will meet for MLS Cup on Sunday, and you can watch it all online if you’re in the U.S. Watch ESPN will have a live stream of the entire match, allowing everyone who has a cable or satellite subscription to see the ultimate match of the MLS season.
The Galaxy are favorites to win the match, having put up a better regular season record and having the advantage of hosting the final, but the Revolution have been the hottest team in the league since August 30. That’s when Jermaine Jones made his debut for New England, and they’ve gone 11-1-2 since.
The Galaxy come into this match in search of history. If they win, they will become the first team to win five MLS Cups. Meanwhile, the Revolution are four-time final losers and are looking to bring the trophy back to New England for the first time ever.
Of course, the match is also available on TV. It will be broadcast in English on ESPN and in Spanish on UniMas.
The broadcasts get underway at 3 p.m. ET, but the match will not kick until 3:25 p.m.