NWSL Sets Racing’s 2023 Broadcast Schedule

Racing Trades Fox for All-League Talents Erceg, Pickett

March 15, 2023 – National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)Racing Louisville FC News Release

Racing Louisville FC celebrates a goal
Racing Louisville FC celebrates a goal
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The National Women’s Soccer League on Tuesday announced its broadcast schedule for all regular season, Challenge Cup and playoff matches, with Racing Louisville FC set for three of the league’s national television slots.

Racing’s 4 p.m. June 18 match against NJ/NY Gotham FC was selected to be on CBS, while its 10 p.m. match April 15 at Angel City FC and its 7:30 p.m. May 27 home match against the North Carolina Courage will air on CBS Sports Network. Each of the club’s other 19 regular season and six Challenge Cup matches will stream via Paramount+.

Racing’s first-ever local broadcast deal is pending.

Racing opens at 7 p.m. March 26 at the Houston Dash before its home opener at 3 p.m. April 1 against the Washington Spirit. The regular season runs through Oct. 15, when Racing plays at 5 p.m. versus San Diego Wave FC on the NWSL’s “Decision Day.” Every league match will kick off at the same time that day with playoff spots potentially on the line.

The NWSL quarterfinals will be split between CBS Sports Network and Paramount+ on Oct. 22, while the league semifinals will both air Nov. 5 on CBS Sports Network. The 2023 Ally NWSL Championship presented by CarMax is set for Nov. 11 on CBS.

The 2023 UKG Challenge Cup will run concurrently with the regular season. The Sept. 6 semifinal will air on CBS Sports Network, while the Sept. 9 final is on CBS.

Fans can sync all Racing games to their calendars by visiting RacingLouFC.com/2023-schedule. Tickets are available by visiting RacingLouFC.com/tickets or calling (502) 568-2489 during business hours.

The NWSL regular season and Challenge Cup are both included in Racing’s season ticket package, starting at $14 per game. Season ticket members can also trade out tickets to games they can’t make for additional tickets to other matches.

Racing significantly bolstered its roster this offseason after finishing last season strong, winning three of its last four games. Key foundational players such as goalkeeper Katie Lund and midfielders Savannah DeMelo, Jaelin Howell and Lauren Milliet all signed contract extensions.

Louisville also traded for all-league defenders Abby Erceg and Carson Pickett as well as veteran winger Paige Monaghan, in addition to signing international stars Ary Borges (Brazil), Uchenna Kanu (Nigeria), Thembi Kgatlana…

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