This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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This weekend, it's all about Survival Sunday. Mostly, anyway.

One of the two Manchester clubs will be crowned Premier League champion, while Arsenal, Newcastle and Tottenham jockey for UEFA Champions League positioning and Bolton and QPR try to fend off relegation in Sunday's highly anticipated simultaneous slate of English soccer.

There's drama elsewhere, as well, though. German powers Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund clash in Saturday's final of the German Cup, Munich's final tune-up before next weekend's Champions League final. The Serie A Scudetto is already in Juventus' hands, but the fight for the league's final UCL place is fierce, with Udinese, Napoli, Lazio and Inter Milan all vying for the spot behind Juve and AC Milan.

The Mexican liguilla will be whittled down to two teams after this weekend's semifinals, while this weekend in MLS is focused on the opening of BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston and the Seattle-Real Salt Lake clash out West. 

Here is this weekend's soccer on TV:

THIS WEEKEND'S SOCCER ON TV

SATURDAY

1:30 p.m. – ESPN3.com – Rio Ave vs. Porto

1:50 p.m. – ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes – Real Sociedad vs. Valencia

2 p.m. – ESPN3.com – Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich (DFB Pokal Final)

3 p.m. - GOLTV – Nacional vs. Rampla Juniors

3:30 p.m. – CONCACAF.com – Panama vs. Mexico (CONCACAF U-17 women third-place game)

4 p.m. – ESPN2/ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes – Real Betis vs. Barcelona

4 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – Montreal Impact vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

4:30 p.m. – NBC Sports Network – Houston Dynamo vs. D.C. United

5:30 p.m. – GOLTV – Atletico Tucuman vs. River Plate

6:30 p.m. – CONCACAF.com – USA vs. Canada (CONCACAF U-17 women championship)

7:30 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – New England Revolution vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

7:30 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – Columbus Crew vs. FC Dallas

8:30 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick - Chicago Fire vs. Sporting Kansas City

10 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – Seattle Sounders vs. Real Salt Lake

10 p.m. - Univision – Monterrey vs. Club America

SUNDAY

7:30 a.m. – Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go – Celtic vs. Heart of Midlothian

7:30 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – St. Johnstone vs. Rangers

9 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go/ESPN3.com – Juventus vs. Atalanta

9 a.m. – ESPN3.com - AC Milan vs. Novara

10 a.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Tottenham vs. Fulham

10 a.m. – FX/Fox Deportes/FoxSoccer2Go – Sunderland vs. Manchester United

10 a.m. - ESPN2/ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes – Manchester City vs. Queens Park Rangers

10 a.m. – Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go – Stoke City vs. Bolton

10 a.m. – Fox Sports Net/FoxSoccer2Go – West Brom vs. Arsenal

10 a.m. – Speed/FoxSoccer2Go – Chelsea vs. Blackburn

10 a.m. – Fuel TV/FoxSoccer2Go – Swansea City vs. Liverpool

10 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Everton vs. Newcastle

10 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Norwich City vs. Aston Villa

10 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Wigan Athletic vs. Wolverhampton

12:30 p.m. - ESPN2/ESPN3.com – Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls

2 p.m. – GOLTV – Real Madrid vs. Mallorca

2 p.m. - ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes – Levante vs. Athletic Bilbao

2 p.m. – DirecTV – Racing Santander vs. Osasuna

2 p.m. – DirecTV – Espanyol vs. Sevilla

2:45 p.m. – Fox Soccer Channel/ESPN3.com - Lazio vs. Inter Milan

2:45 p.m. – Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go/ESPN3.com – Napoli vs. Siena

2:45 p.m. – ESPN3.com – Catania vs. Udinese

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Ajaccio vs. Lyon

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Bordeaux vs. Lorient

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Brest vs. Valenciennes

3 p.m. - FoxSoccer2Go – Caen vs. Sochaux

3 p.m. - FoxSoccer2Go – Dijon vs. Toulouse

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Marseille vs. Auxerre

3 p.m. - FoxSoccer2Go – Montpellier vs. Lille

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go - Nancy vs. St. Etienne

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Nice vs. Evian Thonon Gaillard

3 p.m. – FoxSoccer2Go – Paris-St. Germain vs. Stade Rennes

3 p.m. – GOLTV – Santos vs. Guarani

7 p.m. – Galavision – San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chivas USA

9 p.m. – Univision Deportes – Santos Laguna vs. Tigres UANL

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11 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. b says:

    This is turning into a real cluster**** with Dempsey missing Fulham’s final game with a hip injury. Fox should put Everton or Bolton in that big FSC spot instead…

  2. huhe888 says:

    For you fanboys of Yanks playing abroad:

    Check out Dallas-born Marco Vidal, who plays for Club Leon in Mexico.

    Saturday

    8:55pm ET – Mexican Promotion Final 2nd Leg – Leon vs Correcaminos – FOX Deportes

    Correcaminos (Beep Beep!) have a 2-1 lead from the 1st Leg.

  3. Missoula says:

    I’m disappointed that there’s not a game on Fox (regular Fox) this Sunday. Is there a reason why they aren’t showing Man U’s game on their flagship station?

  4. huhe888 says:

    Too many FOX affiliates want to air paid programming such as church shows on Sundays. Those paid programs make more money for the affiliates than EPL even if EPL were to draw 1 million viewers across the U.S.

  5. Russell says:

    This weekly post is in the top 10 of all of the internets.

  6. Russell says:

    Dempsey’s not playing because he doesn’t want to be “Cup Tied”. Aka help put the spurs out of champions league next year when he’s playing for them.

  7. CplDaniel says:

    I think you mean Sunday Morning News interview programs.

  8. Mig22 says:

    actually, he is at least 1/2 right. at 10Am it’s Paid Programming and at 10:30 it’s a god show. Then the news starts at 11.

    At least that’s what’s on in the Southeast.

    I too am kind of disappointed that they didn’t run a heavy game on the main broadcast channel. Oh well, still a lot of choices tomorrow.

  9. Joe Creighton says:

    You have no idea how much I wish this were true.

  10. Matt S says:

    Very let down i can’t watch Newcastle v Everton on TV. I’m so hyped for that game and hope that Newcastle can make it into the CL.

    Also very bored with FSC TV listings today. All Man U/City, Chelsea, Arsenal games. *snoooooorrrre*

  11. huhe888 says:

    FOX Soccer will have the ever popular Manchester United Summer Film Festival during the off season. Man United every night. Get used to it…