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Published May 14, 2013
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PITCH PERFECT: ESPN today also announced that it will debut its first highlights-driven soccer studio show in the U.S. this summer. “ESPN FC” begins Aug. 11 and will air year-round Sunday-Friday primarily on ESPN2. Digital versions of the program will be available on ESPNFC.com. The show will focus on the EPL, UEFA Champions League, La Liga, MLS, the U.S. men’s national soccer team and the Mexican national team. Sunday editions of “ESPN FC” will be a one-hour program, while weekday versions will be 30 minutes. The show replaces “ESPN FC Press Pass,” which aired on ESPNews (ESPN).