MLS Pre-Season: Disney Soccer Classic (Live Stream)

The MLS Pre-Season is well underway and today will offer a quartet of matches for fans to take in as the Disney Pro Soccer Classic kicks off in Orlando.

Major League Soccer is providing a live video stream of all four of today’s matches, and SBI will be showing them here. Here are the four matches:

1pm- Columbus Crew vs. Toronto FC

3pm- Montreal Impact vs. Sporting Kansas City

6pm- Orlando City SC vs. Philadelphia Union

8pm- D.C. United vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies


If you will be watching today’s matches, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s Live Stream is after the jump):

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7 Responses to MLS Pre-Season: Disney Soccer Classic (Live Stream)

  1. 2tone says:

    Both Agbossoumonde AKA Boss and Luis Silva look sharp for Toronto. Both are possible USMNT players in the future.

    • atd says:

      Very impressed by Boss today. Plus he’s (finally) gotten himself into a very good situation, playing next to O’Dea with Nelsen as his coach. Hopefully things have turned around for him.

      • atd says:

        Meant to add — none other than Cory Gibbs was doing color on the broadcast and sang Boss’s praises a few times.

  2. AMPhibian says:

    something went wrong after skc v impact game :( oh well, on to the uswnt.

    • JB says:

      What went wrong? Do you mean the scheduled break between a 3pm and 6pm game? Stream looks good to me.

  3. Swifty says:

    May I just say that these new live streams from the site are freaking awesome. Best new feature of the year, even over podcast!
    Ives, do you have to gain official permission to stream these live? If so, SBI must be getting pretty well renowned for them to say yes. What is the average daily site hits for you now?

  4. Swifty says:

    I personally check the site 3 times a day on average and its the first place I come for live commentary on matches. I need a life, lol.