New York City FC and NYC Media announced a renewal of their partnership as WNYE will broadcast City games this Major League Soccer season.

WNYE (91.5 FM) is New York City’s official radion season.

The station is managed and operated by NYC Media, which has five TV channels as well as the radio station, and reaches an audience of 18 million. NYC Media is a division of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.

The partnership will continue to provide live play-by-play action for the club’s remaining 32 matches with the next match taking place on March 17 when NYCFC hosts LAFC at 3 p.m.

Glenn Crooks will return to the radio booth and will be on every game call. He will be joined in a majority of the matches by former Crystal Palace and Millwall defender Matthew Lawrence. A rotating group of other former players and journalists will join Crooks during the season.

NYCFC CEO, Brad Sims, said: “We are excited to continue our partnership with NYC Media to build on a hugely successful first year of broadcasting together,” NYCFC CEO Brad Sims said.

“It’s important for us as a club to have our games accessible to all New Yorkers across the five boroughs and beyond. This allows our fans to stay close to the club, as well as giving an opportunity to those who are new to the game to get an understanding of what makes soccer so special.”

The station is managed and operated by NYC Media, which has five TV channels as well as the radio station, and reaches an audience of 18 million. NYC Media is a division of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.