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Following the strongest regional television ratings in club history – including an 11 percent increase in year-over-year viewership and the highest regional household ratings in MLS throughout 2015 – Sounders FC continues its relationship with Q13 FOX (KCPQ-Channel 13) and JOEtv (KZJO-Channel 22) as the regional television home of the Rave Green.
Additionally, ROOT SPORTS is set to continue as the live out-of-market television home of Sounders FC throughout the Pacific Northwest, with Univision-Seattle (KUNS-TV) returning to provide Spanish-language coverage of the Rave Green in Western Washington. Additionally, Sounders FC continues its agreement with Bonneville Seattle Radio Group, as KIRO Radio 97.3 FM remains the English radio home of the Rave Green, while the club has renewed its Spanish-language radio partnership with El Rey 1360 AM.
An active part of FOX Sports Media Group’s international and domestic soccer coverage, Keith Costigan brings more than 11 years of professional broadcast experience to the CenturyLink Field booth, having worked as a play-by-play commentator, analyst and reporter during that span. Currently Costigan serves in a play-by-play role for FOX’s coverage of the German Bundesliga and UEFA Europa League, in addition to freelance work on Univision’s English-language MLS broadcasts.
As a reporter, Costigan has secured exclusive interviews on behalf of FOX Sports with some of the biggest names in global football, including current Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho, Manchester United and England forward Wayne Rooney and Real Madrid star Gareth Bale. Costigan has also been assigned to onsite coverage of some of world soccer’s biggest events, including the UEFA Champions League and 2012 UEFA European Championship in Poland and Ukraine. A native of Dublin, Ireland, Costigan holds a UEFA A coaching license following a professional playing career that included stops with Bray Wanderers, Monaghan United and the Portland Timbers during the club’s USL era.
Following a decorated 20-year playing career across the highest levels of European football and three successful campaigns with Sounders FC from 2009-2011, Kasey Keller reprises his role as broadcast analyst on Sounders FC’s regional telecasts in 2016. Keller capped his playing career with the 2011 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award while also earning MLS Best XI honors, serving as Sounders FC captain and earning an All-Star selection in each of his three MLS seasons. From 1991 to 2008, the Olympia native played in Europe while accumulating U.S. Men's National Team goalkeeping records for most caps (102), wins (53) and shutouts (47). Keller played in three of the world's strongest topflight leagues throughout his career: England's Premiership, Spain's La Liga and the German Bundesliga.
Returning for his second year on Sounders FC’s broadcasts, analyst Steve Zakuani was Seattle's first overall selection in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft, going on to record 17 goals and 17 assist in 97 appearances before retiring following the 2014 campaign. He set career highs with 10 goals and six assists in 2010, then was off to a hot start in 2011 before suffering a devastating double-leg break in an April match against the Colorado Rapids. Zakuani then endured a long road to recovery, finally making his way back to the lineup almost a year-and-a-half later. His journey back to the pitch is chronicled in his book, 500 Days, which was released in early 2015.