Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

  Neymar (Reuters)

The Women's World Cup Final will be grabbing most of the attention of American soccer fans today, but it certainly isn't the only match on today's schedule.

The final two places in the Copa America semifinals will be filled today as Brazil looks to avoid the fate of fellow favorite Argentina by beating Paraguay. Chile will also be looking to avoid an upset against surprising Venezuela.

If the Women's World Cup has made you interested in watching more women's soccer, then today's Sky Blue FC-Western New York Flash match could be of interest. On the MLS front, the New England Revolution take on Eastern Conference rival Philadelphia Union.

If you will be watching today's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's TV Schedule is after the jump):

TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV

2:45 p.m. - ESPN/ESPN3.com/Galavision - USA vs. Japan (WWC final)

3 p.m. - GOLTV - Botafogo vs. Corinthians

3 p.m. - Univision/YouTube - Brazil vs. Paraguay (Copa America)

6 p.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Sky Blue FC vs. Western New York Flash

6:15 p.m. - Univision/YouTube - Chile vs. Venezuela (Copa America)

7 p.m. - MLS Direct Kick/MatchDay Live - New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

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17 Responses to Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

  1. Phil Lesh says:

    Can’t wait for the bitches cup! Go USA!

  2. soccer chica says:

    appreciate the support, but you really needed to use that phrasing?

  3. soccer chica says:

    should be a reply to phil lesh…

  4. GoUSA says:

    Any suggestions on where to find the game online?

  5. buff111 says:

    Espn3.com

  6. Francois says:

    Ives, where are you?

  7. Gacm32 says:

    Shouldn’t the WWC have it’s own commentary? I just think it deserves at least that.

  8. RB says:

    Well it already did, actually — this is the second one…

  9. Francois says:

    I think he was referring to a running commentary, but it’s up now anyways.

  10. joejoe says:

    Copa America on the big screen and WWC on the PC. MLS gets no love in this house.

  11. Phil Lesh says:

    Sorry to offend Chica. My bad.

  12. Josh says:

    Thrilled, even ecstatic, to see BOTH Argentina and Brazil crash out of the Copa. Hooray for the underdogs!

  13. Oranje Mike says:

    It’s a shame you don’t want to help support and cultivate our domestic league.

  14. Oranje Mike says:

    It’s a shame you don’t want to help support and cultivate our domestic league.

  15. RS says:

    Uruguay-Peru, Venezuela-Paraguay

    Who would of thought of this final four in Copa America? Interesting, refreshing, but little star power. That’ll probably mean low attendance and TV ratings, but the games should be wide open as everyone still feels that they have a chance.

    Peru and Paraguay going for their 3rd titles, Uruguay for its 15th (to move ahead of Argentina) and Venezuela for its first. I enjoy watching Uruguay, but I may be pulling for Venezuela.

  16. tony says:

    Too much twists and turns for me in all competitions! World cup qualifying for south america will get even crazier.

  17. marco says:

    Jogo Bonito is no where to be found in Brazil anymore. Dunga rules.