ESPN today announced that its ESPN+ streaming service has locked in a mult-year deal for three international soccer leagues. Games from Australia's Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League, the Chinese Super League, and the Dutch Eredivisie league.

More than 300 games will be streamed live each season on ESPN+. The Australian contingent will see up to 140 games of the men's A-Leage games from October to April, and at least 17 women's games from the W-League from October to February.

Some 60 Super League games will stream from March through November.

And 102 regular-season Eredivisie matches will be streamed, at three per week from August through May.

Update August 15, 2018: ESPN also has announced that ESPN+ will play host to 79 FA Cup matches, starting Nov. 10, and concluding with the FA Cup Final on May 18, 2019.

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