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FC Bayern & T-Mobile give US fans free

FC Bayern have teamed up with partner T-Mobile to provide their customers in the United States access to FCB's premium subscription channel,'s exclusive programming includes match highlights immediately following each match, replays of full live matches within 24 hours after each match, friendly matches, compelling player interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.

Starting today, included in all T-Mobile plans in the US will be access to FC Bayern’s subscription channel via their capable mobile devices at

“Soccer fans are some of the most passionate sports fans around and keeping up with their club is incredibly important to them. So we’re giving every Un-carrier Simple Choice™ customer free access to this year.  Fans can now enjoy the new season on our lightning fast 4G LTE Data Strong™ network," said Mike Belcher, Vice President Media and Consumer Engagement at T-Mobile.

The interest in soccer in the US has grown considerably over the years, most notably around the World Cup in Brazil last summer. Rudolf Vidal, Managing Director of FC Bayern Munich US, commented: “As the demand for FC Bayern and soccer continues to grow in the US, T-Mobile’s great network allows us to bring our club and the game to millions in the US by providing them exclusive access to our world class players.”

Beginning September 1st, a new licensing agreement between GolTV and KlowdTv of Alexandria, Virginia  went into effect that allows live- streaming of all GolTV programming, in English and Spanish, to desktop and mobile devices. KlowdTV will also have native Chromecast and AppleTV integration to allow you to watch Bundesliga on your TV with a simple click of a button!.  What this means for American-based fans of the Bundesliga is that they will be able once again to view live, legally licensed  GolTV content (along with that of other networks) and get their fix of Bayern, Borussia Dortmund, Schalke, Hamburg and the other Bundesliga clubs each matchday in HD quality for a cost similar to a Netflix subscription.  Also included in that price is top-level live MMA, sports news, and adventure sports. - See more at: