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Atlanta United welcomes New York City FC to Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 9 for the final match of the season. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET.

The 5-Stripes are coming off 2-1 loss to New England Revolution last weekend. The result eliminated Atlanta United from qualification for the Audi 2022 MLS Cup Playoffs. Meanwhile, New York City FC is coming off a 2-1 win over Orlando City SC and has qualified for postseason play.

This will the club’s final broadcast with Bally Sports before Apple TV becomes the exclusive destination to watch Atlanta United and MLS matches in 2023. 

Here are all of the ways to watch, listen and live stream Sunday's matchup:

Watch on TV in the United States

Channel: Bally Sports Southeast

Play-by-Play: Mike Conti

Analysis: Dan Gargan

Sideline: Jillian Sakovits

Listen Live On Local Radio

Channel: Star 94.1 FM

Play-by-Play: Jason Longshore

Host: Dani Posso

Listen Live on Spanish Radio

Channel: La Mejor Atlanta

  • AM 1600 (Atlanta)
  • AM 1460 (Gwinnett)
  • AM 1130 (Gainesville)

Play-by-Play: Daniel Cantu

Analysis: Carolina Rodriguez

Atlanta United On The Internet

Follow all the action on our official matchday page.

Atlanta United Social Media Accounts

The official team accounts on Twitter include:

Atlanta United (@ATLUTD)

Atlanta United Fútbol Club (@VamosATLUTD)

International Broadcasters
International Broadcasters
Country (Time)
Broadcaster
Argentina (3:30 pm)
Star+
Brazil (3:30 pm)
DAZN
Canada (2:30 pm ET)
DAZN
Colombia (1:30 pm)
Star+
Germany (8:30 pm)
DAZN
Honduras (12:30 pm)
Star+
Mexico (1:30 pm)
Star+
Paraguay (3:30 pm)
Star+
Venezuela (2:30 pm)
Star+
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