Major League Soccer announced the 2021 Regular Season schedule today, highlighting Atlanta United’s 14 national TV matches across league-wide broadcast partners on the family of networks of ESPN, FOX and Univision. Atlanta United Season Ticket Members will receive an email providing details regarding ticketing options for any limited capacity matches. Additional ticket information can be found here and fans can sync directly to their calendar here.

The remaining 20 regular season matches will be televised regionally on the all-new Bally Sports South, Bally Sports Southeast and the Bally Sports app, available on the same channels, with Atlanta United LIVE pre- and postgame shows before and after each match. Fans can tune into all 34 regular season matches live with official English radio partner Sports Radio 92-9 The Game and official Spanish radio partner La Mejor.

As previously announced, Atlanta will open the regular season at Orlando City SC on Saturday, April 17 (3:00 p.m., UniMas) followed by the club’s home opener against Chicago Fire FC on Saturday, April 24 (8:00 p.m., BSSO/BSSE). Atlanta will then have five matches in May, not counting possible 2021 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League matches, highlighted by a pair of over-the-air network matches on Sunday, May 9 at Inter Miami CF (1:00 p.m., ABC) and Sunday, May 23 at Seattle Sounders FC (4:30 p.m., FOX).

After a three-week break at the beginning of June, including the official FIFA international break (May 31-June 15), Atlanta will return to action for a nationally televised match against Philadelphia Union on Sunday, June 20 (2:00 p.m., ESPN). That match will kick-off a busy summer with Atlanta scheduled to play six matches in each of the months of July and August, including targeting two matches utilizing all three levels of seating at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The first scheduled match will be on Saturday, July 24 vs. Columbus Crew SC (3:30 p.m., ABC), followed by Sunday, Aug. 15 against LAFC (4:00 p.m., ESPN).

Following an official FIFA international break (Aug. 30-Sept. 8), Atlanta will play five matches in September, four of those coming at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, starting with Orlando City SC on Friday, Sept. 10 (7:00 p.m., FS1). Following the official October FIFA international break (Oct. 4-13), Atlanta will play six matches in the final four weeks of the season.

DateOpponentTime (EST)TV
4/17@ Orlando City SC3:00 p.m.UniMas
4/24Chicago Fire FC8:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
5/1@ New England Revolution7:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
5/9@ Inter Miami CF1:00 p.m.ABC
5/15CF Montreal7:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
5/23@ Seattle Sounders FC4:30 p.m.FOX
5/29Nashville SC3:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
6/20Philadelphia Union2:00 p.m.ESPN
6/23@ New York City FC (at Red Bull Arena)TBDBSSO/BSSE
6/27New York Red Bulls3:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
7/3@ Chicago Fire FC8:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
7/8@ Nashville SC8:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
7/17New England Revolution5:00 p.m.ESPN
7/21@ FC Cincinnati7:00 p.m.FS1
7/24Columbus Crew SC3:30 p.m.ABC
7/30@ Orlando City SC8:00 p.m.ESPN
8/4@ CF Montreal7:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
8/7@ Columbus Crew SC7:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
8/15LAFC4:00 p.m.ESPN
8/18Toronto FC7:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
8/21@ D.C. United8:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
8/28Nashville SC3:30 p.m.UNIV
9/10Orlando City SC7:00 p.m.FS1
9/15FC Cincinnati7:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
9/18D.C. United3:30 p.m.UNIV
9/25@ Philadelphia Union3:30 p.m.UNIV
9/29Inter Miami CF7:30 p.m.FS1
10/2@ CF Montreal7:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
10/16@ Toronto FC7:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
10/20New York City FC7:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
10/27Inter Miami CF7:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
10/30Toronto FC6:00 p.m.BSSO/BSSE
11/3@ New York Red BullsTBDBSSO/BSSE
11/7@ FC Cincinnati3:30 p.m.BSSO/BSSE

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