Beginning in August 2013, NBC Sports will have exclusive rights to English (Barclay's) Premier League soccer. All games not aired on a designated NBCUniversal channel will be made available to distributors on Premier League Extra Time, a package of overflow television channels available at no extra cost for each of their customers who receives NBC Sports Network. (see: http://epltalk.com/2013/04/23/everything-you-need-to-know-about-nbcs-coverage-of-the-premier-league-...).
Will Verizon/FiOS be making that service available to subscribers?
NBC just released this (http://nbcsportsgrouppressbox.com/2013/07/29/nbc-sports-group-announces-u-s-tv-schedule-for-first-th...), which excludes FiOS as a provider for Premier League Extra Time. FiOS, first it was FSCHD, then it was BeIN, if you drag your feet on this one like you have in the past, i may finally have to pull the plug! Get your act together and provide the content your subscribers want!
I heard they were dumping GolTV as well or at least the English speaking channel (313). It may be time to revisit Comcast Xfinity. It would be a shame as I have been with FIOS for 8 years but they are consistently behind the other major providers with respect to the sports programming. Not really sure what they are thinking.