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Soccer Stars O'Reilly, Lindsey Team for SiriusXM Show


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SiriusXM taps soccer stars and former U.S. Women's National Team members Heather O'Reilly and Lori Lindsey to host a new weekly show on SiriusXM's 24/7 soccer channel. "Played In" with Heather O'Reilly and Lori Lindsey will debut March 20 and air every Monday night at 7pm ET on the SiriusXM FC channel (channel 157). O'Reilly and Lindsey, teammates on the USWNT from 2005-2013, will cover the world of women's soccer, including international play and the U.S. Team, the National Women's Soccer League at home, American stars competing abroad, and more.

On their debut show, O'Reilly and Lindsey will preview the 2023 NWSL season, which kicks off on March 25. SiriusXM subscribers can hear a NWSL Game of the Week live on the SiriusXM FC channel and the SXM App as the league's 12 teams compete for a regular season NWSL Shield and a NWSL Championship title.

"I am thrilled to join the SiriusXM FC team and launch this show," said O'Reilly. "First of all, I am excited to be working with Lori again. We were teammates on the US Women's National Team for years and had approximately one million laughs together on trips and at the World Cup. I'm also thrilled to help bring women's soccer to the masses with Played In. The women's game is growing at an unprecedented rate globally, and it is important that listeners are kept in the conversation on SiriusXM, a platform with such a large reach."

"I'm so excited to be joining forces again with my longtime friend and teammate, Heather O'Reilly, for our new show, Played In," added Lindsey. "I love this game and with the growth of the women's game globally it only makes sense for it to be on a platform that reaches as many fans as SiriusXM does. So thank you to SiriusXM and I can't wait to get started."

"Heather and Lori are two of the best to play the game and they bring a tremendously experienced and entertaining perspective on soccer to SiriusXM FC," said SiriusXM VP of Sports Programing Eric Spitz. "We are very excited to have them joining our team."

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