Resources for following the Blues from across the Pond
As NBC throw their weight behind unprecedented coverage of the Premier League in the States, we're looking to build this page out with links to venues for watching the game, meet-ups between fans and the creation of new supporters groups.
If you have any information or ideas about how to expand this section — particularly pubs, bars, etc — please let us know.
American audiences will get access to unprecedented live coverage of the Premier League starting in 2013-14, with NBC committed to showing all 380 matches live on TV while also providing access to live streaming over the Internet where available through subscription to a television provider.
According to an announcement at the end of July, NBC's schedule for the first three months of the season includes:
NBC will also make every game available via Premier League Extra Time, a new package of spill-over channels similar to MLB Extra Innings or NFL Sunday Ticket packages, and AT&T U-Verse, Cablevision, Comcast, DIRECTV, DISH, Time Warner and Suddenlink have opted all opted to carry it. (Verizon hasn't agreed to carry Extra Time, but does grant access to the NBC Sports Live Extra app.
Games will also be streamed live to qualified subscribers over TV Everywhere, the NBC Sports Live Extra App. (At the time of writing, Time Warner have not opted into this service.)
LivesoccerTV.com — Current scheduled broadcasts
Below are some of the pubs and bars that are known to screen Premier League matches. View a fuller list via this map from EvertonUSA.
denotes locations frequented or owned by Evertonians
Fado Irish Pub
273 Buckhead Ave
Tel: (404) 841-0066
934 Dorchester Ave
A.J. Hudsons Public House
3801 North Ashland Avenue
New York City
63 Carmine Street, Manhattan
South 3rd Street
Fado's Irish Pub
808 7th Street Northwest
EvertonUSA also has a list of its members on Twitter where you can find more Stateside Blues to follow.