How to Watch ESPN’s Truth Be Told: The Fight for Women’s Professional Soccer | Time, TV station, live stream, more

ESPN E60 investigates allegations of abuse and sexual misconduct in the National Women’s Soccer League.

In the fall of 2021, the entire league went through a crisis that saw many coaches and executives fired. The commissioner resigned and the owner of the marquee franchises was forced to sell his controlling stake in the team. How did this all happen? What caused the games to be cancelled?

ESPN will chronicle what happened Tuesday, October 4 at at least 7:00 p.m. ET in their new E60 documentary, Truth Be Told: A Fight for Women’s Professional Soccer. A live stream of the documentary will be available on fuboTV, DirectTV streamand other live streaming services listed below.

When will Truth Be Told air?

“Truth Be Told” will air Tuesday, October 4 at 7 p.m. ET.

Where can I stream the documentary?

Streaming is available on fuboTV, DirecTV Stream, ESPN+, Sling, Hulu+ Live TV and YoutubeTV

What TV station is “Truth Be Told” on?

“Truth Be Told” will air on ESPN.

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, DirectTV stream, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimal/Altice, cox, DIRECTTV, court.

What is the documentary about?

According to ESPN, “Almost a year ago, the National Women’s Soccer League faced a crisis. Explosive allegations by players of abuse, sexual harassment and relentless coercion by one of the NWSL’s most successful head coaches sparked a reckoning across the league. The commissioner resigned. Games have been cancelled. The players had no collective bargaining agreement and the specter of a canceled season loomed as governing bodies launched investigations into misconduct and toxic work environments.”

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