Apple's MLS Season Pass: Everything You Need to Know

Apple in February 2023 launched its very first MLS Season Pass. Keep reading to learn what's included in the pass, how much it costs, and how to sign up.

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What is Apple's MLS Season Pass?

Apple's MLS Season Pass is a new subscription service available to Major League Soccer fans in more than 100 countries and regions.

How Much Does the MLS Season Pass Cost?

You don't need an Apple TV+ subscription to purchase the MLS Season Pass, but it's cheaper if you have one. Non-TV+ subscribers can pay $14.99 per month or $99 per season, whereas TV+ subscribers pay $12.99 per month or $79 per season.

Through Family Sharing, up to six family members can share the subscription using their own Apple ID and password, and fans can ask Siri a wide variety of questions related to MLS, including schedules, scores, standings, club rosters, and player stats.

Note that MLS season ticket holders automatically get access to the MLS Season Pass on ‌‌Apple TV‌‌.

What's Included in the MLS Pass?

The Season Pass includes every live MLS regular-season match, the playoffs, and the Leagues Cup, with no blackouts. There is also a free selection of pre-season on-demand content to get fans hyped up for the new season, which begins on February 25.

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In total, you get:

  • Every live MLS regular-season match
  • MLS Cup Playoffs
  • MLS All-Star Game
  • Leagues Cup
  • Campeones Cup
  • Hundreds of MLS NEXT Pro and MLS NEXT matches

Note that the Leagues Cup and Campeones Cup are not available in Mexico.

How Do I Subscribe?

  1. Open the ‌Apple TV‌ app.
  2. Go to Watch Now.
  3. Scroll down to Channels.
  4. Find MLS Season Pass, then open it.
  5. Choose the Subscribe button.
  6. Sign in with the ‌Apple ID‌ and password that you use to make purchases.

How Do I Access MLS Pass Content?

MLS Season Pass content can be accessed via the ‌Apple TV‌ app, which is on iPhone, iPad, Mac, ‌Apple TV‌, as well as Smart TVs, game consoles, and set-top boxes. You can also watch MLS Season Pass on the web at on Android, Windows PC, and Chrome OS devices.

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To watch a match, follow these steps:

  1. Open the ‌Apple TV‌ app or go to
  2. If prompted, sign in with your ‌Apple ID‌ and password.
  3. Go to Watch Now and scroll down to Channels, or go to Search.
  4. Choose MLS Season Pass.
  5. Choose a game, then choose Watch.

What Else Should I Know?

A selection of MLS and Leagues Cup matches, including some of the biggest playoff matchups, will also be available at no additional cost to ‌Apple TV‌+ subscribers. A limited number of games will be available for free in the ‌Apple TV‌ app when you sign in with your ‌Apple ID‌. If you miss a game, you can watch a replay or download the game to watch offline.

When the season kicks off, fans can also visit Apple Maps to explore dedicated Match Day Guides created by MLS clubs, including Atlanta United, Nashville SC, and Toronto FC, and find recommendations for local bars and restaurants to catch a game, detailed information about their stadiums, and more.

Apple MLS partnership June 2022
‌‌Apple Maps‌‌ is also launching several new custom-designed three-dimensional landmarks of MLS Stadiums in time for the season openers, including Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey; Lumen Field in Seattle; and Audi Field in Washington, D.C.

Why Can't I Find MLS Season Pass?

If you can't find MLS Season Pass in the ‌Apple TV‌ app, it may not be available in your country or region. You can find out what's available in your country or region on Apple's website. Also, make sure that your Apple devices are up-to-date with the latest software.

Top Rated Comments

vegetassj4 Avatar
15 months ago
Since it’s football for most of the world, shouldn’t it be called MLF?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
RemedyRabbit Avatar
15 months ago
I dream of the day when there's a Premier league season pass in the UK, with every game live including the 3pm kick offs all through a single service. I know there are 'options' for that, but I would gladly pay for high quality reliable non-dodgy official streams.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gleepskip Avatar
15 months ago

BUT it's more expensive than the previous ESPN+ coverage, and Apple essentially fired ALL the local broadcast teams in the league in favor of a national squad of broadcasters and pundits. Some broadcasters had been with teams for quite a few years and were part of the club culture. There is now no local coverage.
This is what I dislike about Apple sport coverage. They don't care about continuity or culture.

The ATV+ UI also needs improvement and would have already been fixed if they understood sport fans: There is no means to hide the final score! I went looking for the Orlando City match from yesterday.

I covered the final score, just as Apple should.

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Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jandekjandek Avatar
15 months ago
Hmm. Here in Australia I can (and do) get the Premier League for less than that.

Sporting rights are worth different amounts in different markets. As well as the quality of the competition, things like match times matter a lot. Putting Apple’s interests aside, if MLS wants to reach global audiences they ought to want their broadcasts priced competitively. In this country, that is an awful lot of money relative to what we pay for other things. It’s a prime time price, but not a prime time product.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mike090910 Avatar
15 months ago
Looks like no 4k support
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gleepskip Avatar
15 months ago
I signed up for MLS Season Pass with the T-mobile freebie. I complained earlier that Apple spoil the final score in the app. I further discovered if I want to watch a previous match, I can only watch a recap!

Apple clearly aren't sport enthusiasts.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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