Here’s your guide to watching Austin FC games in 2021.
The CW Austin/KNVA is the flagship English language television station of Austin FC and will broadcast a majority of the Verde’s regional regular season games. For any matches the CW Austin doesn’t carry, KXAN or KBVO will pick them up.
That means all local regular season matches will be broadcast over-the-air (OTA) in hi-def to 100% of the TV households in the greater Austin metro viewing area. Not all MLS cities can say that!
Where to watch the game on TV
Home matches will be televised on the following OTA channels. (Scroll down to view the full game-by-game broadcast schedule.)
- The CW Austin/KNVA: Channel 54
- KXAN: Channel 36
- KBVO: Channel 27
Channels will vary if you have cable. On AT&T, Spectrum, and Grande, you can find the CW Austin on channel 12 (SD).
As the season kickoff draws near, full details of Austin FC’s inaugural MLS broadcast schedule will be released, including:
- Non-regional games
- San Antonio broadcasts??
- Spanish language telecasts (channel assignment and broadcast talent)
- Streaming options
Who are the commentators for Austin FC?
Adrian Healey brings his British accent and impressive soccer broadcasting experience to Texas as the club’s English language play-by-play commentator. A massive front office hire in 2020, Healey’s anchored ESPN’s MLS game coverage for pretty much the last decade, plus he’s been lead announcer for six MLS Cups, among other notable on-air accomplishments.
Adrian has yet to hire an analyst to join him in the booth, as well as a sideline reporter.
Austin FC 2021 broadcast schedule
Stay tuned as they say in the biz. The broadcast schedule will be released when the 2021 MLS game schedule comes out.