Columbus Eagles FC’s match broadcast gets a boost for 2019: The Eagles will live stream all 10 WPSL matches on the team’s website and other platforms. The club will stream through its channel on MyCujoo â€“ an official WPSL partner â€“ to bring all its matches (home and away) to your screens for our sixth season.
EagleTV’s live match streams have averaged roughly 1,000 viewers per match across all platforms since the broadcast started in 2017. The first official live stream for 2019 is May 11, at 7 p.m., when the Eagles face AAFC Lumberjills of Ann Arbor, Mich.
Here are all the ways you can access the CEFC live stream for the remaining matches of the season:
- Here on ColumbusEaglesFC.com, we have a live match portal which shows our live matches and contains links to all our archived highlights and full matches.
- Download the MyCujoo mobile app on your iPhone, tablet, and/or Android device, then search for “Columbus Eagles FC” to find our matches and highlights.
- Watch on your smart TV! The MyCujoo app is available on second-generation AppleTVs â€“ download the app from the App Store and search for “Columbus Eagles FC”.
- The MyCujoo mobile app is Chromecast-enabled, so you can send Eagles matches to your television from your phone or tablet.
Note: MyCujoo plans to add Roku and Amazon Fire functionality in the future, but for now these platforms are unavailable.
The MyCujoo platform gives the Eagles an improved broadcast, including a running clock during live matches. Viewers can also toggle through both teams’ lineups and rewind live TV to watch on-demand. All live matches and highlights will be archived on the Eagles’ website here. Highlights and matches will be easily shareable on social media platforms, too.
The Eagles kicked off WPSL play on Saturday, May 11, at Ann Arbor, Mich. when they faced AAFC Lumberjills and won 1-0.
The club’s next live stream is Saturday, May 25, when the Eagles travel to face Dayton Dutch Lions at 4 p.m. Watch it live any of the ways listed above.