Ted Lasso soundtrack: Which songs play in season 3 episode 11, Mom City?

Jason Sudeikis in "Ted Lasso," now streaming on Apple TV+.
Jason Sudeikis in "Ted Lasso," now streaming on Apple TV+. /

Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ still has questions to answer and stories to wrap up, but we are going to save that stress for another day! In this post, we are focusing on the Ted Lasso soundtrack for the penultimate chapter, season 3 episode 11.

We are going to miss Ted Lasso so so much! Not only did we all fall for the wonderful characters and stories of love, second chances, loss, mental health, just to name a few, but the soundtrack has always been a fun one to follow.

There is only one episode left before the series is over, and I can’t think of a single episode that didn’t deliver a great soundtrack. Did you miss any of the songs that played in season 3 episode 11? We’ve got your back! But first, spoiler alert check! Go stream the latest episode of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ before reading ahead. We won’t be diving into any major details, but there could be light spoilers you don’t want to know about before watching.

Ted Lasso soundtrack: Season 3 episode 11 song list

  • “Long Road” by The Tremeloes
  • “Manchester England (From Hair)” by Galt MacDermot, James Rado & Company
  • “Fat Bottomed Girls” by Queen
  • “Fought & Lost” by Sam Ryder
  • “Home” by Brandi Carlile

I don’t know about you, but I think the last song as the credits roll, “Home” by Brandi Carlile, is very telling. It’s where Ted wants to be, and where he will likely go after Richmond’s last game of the season. Replacing him as head coach? Probably Nate, unfortunately. But that’s a story for another day.

Which songs from tonight’s episode will you be adding to your playlist? All of Queen’s songs are already in ours, but “Fought & Lost” by Sam Ryder and “Long Road” by The Tremeloes have just joined the growing list of songs on my Ted Lasso soundtrack playlist!

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