To access soccer content on Xfinity X1, customers can simply say “Soccer” or “Muéstrame fútbol” (when Spanish voice search language is enabled) into the bilingual Xfinity Voice Remote. Once inside the soccer destination, X1 customers can browse and access live matches, favorite clubs, watch on demand replays and the latest news and highlights across the major leagues.
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Another reason to consider Comcast Xfinity for your soccer watching is because of the X1 Sports app. With it, you can check scores, get stats, and track multiple games right on your TV. All while watching another game live. Plus, find games fast with Xfinity’s Voice Remote and Xfinity Stream app. Your X1 Voice Remote is easy to use.
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