ORLANDO, Fla. (March 14, 2023) - The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) has announced the complete television and streaming schedule for the 2023 season, with the Orlando Pride and the league’s other 11 teams featuring across the CBS network of platforms. The Pride’s 2023 season, presented by Orlando Health, kicks off on the road on March 26, in a match against defending champion Portland Thorns FC. The Pride return to the City Beautiful the following week for their home opener, hosting Angel City FC on April 2 in a 5:30 p.m. kickoff at Exploria Stadium.
Information on tickets for all Pride home matches is available here, with single, group, season and multi-game options available.
The Pride will feature five times on CBS Sports Network this season, the first coming on April 29 at 2022 expansion side San Diego Wave FC. The remainder of the Pride’s regular season matches will be available domestically on Paramount+.
CBS Sports’ multiplatform coverage, presented by CarMax, will include all 176 NWSL matches this season. The CBS Television Network will air six matches, including both the broadcast of the 2023 UKG NWSL Challenge Cup Final and the 2023 Ally NWSL Championship. Paramount+, Paramount Global’s subscription streaming service, will also stream those six matches live. CBS Sports Network will air 23 matches across the regular season, playoffs and the Challenge Cup. Paramount+ will exclusively stream all additional NWSL matches live in the U.S, with a select number of those matches also streaming live on the CBS Sports Golazo Network, which launches on Tuesday, April 11.
As part of its exclusive coverage this season, Paramount+ will stream all six matches on the final day of the regular season as part of the league’s first-ever Decision Day.
All 2023 regular season and Challenge Cup matches will be streamed live internationally for free on NWSLSoccer.com. Match replays, highlights and additional NWSL produced content will also be available on NWSLSoccer.com. Additional international distribution information will be released prior to season kickoff.
Last week, the NWSL announced a partnership with Canadian sports broadcaster TSN to distribute NWSL matches, including the 2023 NWSL Championship, across its network in Canada this season. Live match coverage will air [in English] across TSN, TSN.ca, TSN+ and the TSN app. TSN coverage in Canada kicks off Sunday, March 26 with a pair of opening weekend contests on TSN+, including the Pride’s season opener at Portland, featuring Orlando midfielder Jordyn Listro, and international teammates Christine Sinclair and Janine Beckie from the Thorns.
2023 Orlando Pride Schedule: