Over the last few years, the Premier League and NBC Sports have teamed up to give our loyal supporters in the United States Premier League Mornings Live, fan festivals where people can come together to celebrate their love for the Premier League and the coverage provided by NBC.
And it returns next month when PL Mornings Live heads to California and the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to two Olympic Games (1932 and 1984) and two Super Bowls (I and VII).
The event takes place on 23-24 October and will feature live action from nine Premier League fixtures, concluding with Manchester United v Liverpool.
NBC Sports' studio team of host Rebecca Lowe and analysts Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard will broadcast Premier League Mornings Live, presented by Barclays, from the event beginning each day at 04:00 local time on Saturday, 23 October on Peacock and Sunday, 24 October on NBCSN.
The NBC team will be joined by special guests throughout the festival, including former Watford captain and US national men's team player Jay DeMerit, who will help bring the celebration to viewers across the country.
The Los Angeles fan festival is the sixth Premier League Mornings Live supporter event to be presented by NBC Sports and the Premier League, and the first since December 2019 in Miami Beach, Florida.
Previous fan festivals were held in New York, Washington DC, Boston and Austin, Texas. Nearly 35,000 soccer fans in the US have attended Premier League Mornings Live events to date.
Fans in the US can sign up for the event at nbcsports.com.
Those attending the event, which is being held outdoors, will be required to provide proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.