Louisville-UCLA soccer to be streamed

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Mixed feeling about sharing this, especially since the observer will be relying on hand warmers to avoid freezing Saturday. And there’s no excuse for staying home with what’s at stake.

UCLA is reporting that Louisville will have a live stream of the NCAA quarterfinal soccer showdown at this site. The coverage does not include commentary or scores, one of our subscribers reports (thanks, cardjones). If you subscribe to UofLCardGame on Twitter, updates will be provided on a timely basis.

Still plenty of standing room tickets for sale for $3. Cheapskates can sit on the berm next to I-65 for free with a great view. Start time is 7 p.m.

Author: Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, as well as a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

6 thoughts on “Louisville-UCLA soccer to be streamed”

  1. I live in Virginia so can’t go to the games. The other games were streamed as well and that is how I watched. Use the live stream only if you are out of town. There is no sound at all. The score is not shown, the camera work does not always follow the ball. It is all I have got, but for locals, in person is much better.

    1. Thanks for heads up, cardjones. Watching it that way will require a lot of discipline. It may help that I will be sending updates by Twitter periodically. On Twitter, search for UofLCardGame.

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