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Sounders Women will be on TV at least twice
« on: April 24, 2010, 03:07:32 PM »
Sounders Women on TV

Sounders Women games available in 2010 on Comcast On Demand for Free. - Comcast and the Sounders Women have agreed put 2 games on TV in 2010. The agreement also has an option for more matches to be added to the TV schedule pending sponsorship funding. The May 6 exhibition with the University of Washington and the June 23 league match vs. the Sounders' rival, Vancouver Whitecaps.

The deal is an excellent opportunity for the Sounders Women and Comcast both. The Sounders Women achieve valuable coverage and stretch to more fans in the community and Comcast receives an excellent product to feature in their Local Sports section of On Demand programming. The games will be available for FREE to anyone with Comcast Digital Cable for their TV provider.

To see the games, press On Demand on your TV remote. Then, select Get Local, then click Local Sports, and finally Sounders Women. If you can't make it to a game, or you just want to see it from a different perspective with professional production quality, watch it on TV! Each game will be available as soon as 36 hours after the game, and because it's On Demand, you can watch the highest level of Northwest Women's Soccer whenever you want; as many times as you want.

Single-game tickets for the Sounders Women's 2010 home schedule are on sale now. Adult tickets cost $10 apiece; with tickets that cost $5 for students that have valid identification. Fans can order online at They can also purchase tickets at the gate on game day.

About the Sounders Women
The Sounders Women took third in the USL W-League Western Conference in 2009 and has been a power throughout the team's first nine years of existence. Seattle's performance on the pitch hasn't gone unnoticed, as the Women's Professional Soccer league called the name of Katherine Reynolds when the WPS's franchise in Boston selected the former Seattle defender 34th in the 2010 WPS Draft. 2009 standout, Lyndsey Patterson, also spent time with the LA Sol of the WPS last year.

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