This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

 

FC Barcelona is enjoying a dream season in La Liga, and has left Real Madrid in the dust in the title chase, but there is one team that hasn’t quite lost sight of Barca in the standings.

Atletico Madrid sits just six point behind Barcelona in the Spanish League standings, and if they want any chance of catching Lionel Messi and Co., they must win this weekend. Making that task tougher is the fact Atletico could be without Radamel Falcao, who is nursing an injury.

In Serie A, second-place Inter Milan faces fourth-place Lazio in what should be an exciting affair. Inter is four points behind leader Juventus and need a win against the Roman side to stay without touching distance. Lazio can pull into third place with a victory and a Napoli loss.

In England, Everton will look to continue their outstanding start to the season going with a win against a streaking Stoke City side. The Potters are unbeaten in six matches, but they face a tough test against an Everton side that has just one loss in their past 13 matches.

If you are willing to wake up very early, or stay up very late, you could watch the Club World Cup Final, where Chelsea takes on Brazilian side Corinthians in what should be an interesting encounter.

Here is a rundown of This Weekend’s Soccer on TV:

This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

FRIDAY

2:30pm- GolTV- Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Moenchengladbach

3:15pm- ESPN3.com- Vitoria Setubal vs. Porto

SATURDAY

7:45am- ESPN2- Newcastle United vs. Manchester City

9:30am- GolTV- Bayer Leverkusen vs. Hamburg

10am- Fox Soccer Channel- Manchester United vs. Sunderland

10am- Fox Soccer Plus- Queens Park Rangers vs. Fulham

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Liverpool vs. Aston Villa

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Norwich City vs. Wigan Athletic

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Stoke City vs. Everton

10am- beIN Sport Espanol- Getafe vs. Osasuna

11am- Univision Deportes- Toulouse vs. Marseille

Noon- beIN Sport- Udinese vs. Palermo

Noon- beIN Sport Espanol- Mallorca vs. Athletic Bilbao

12:30pm- GolTV- Schalke 04 vs. Freiburg

2pm- Univision Deportes- Troyes vs. Ajaccio

2pm- beIN Sport- Lazio vs. Inter Milan

2pm- beIN Sport Espanol- Granada vs. Real Sociedad

3:30pm- ESPN3.com- Benfica vs. Maritimo

4pm- beIN Sport Espanol- Sevilla vs. Malaga

7pm- NBC Sports/Univision Deportes- USA vs. China

SUNDAY

2:30am- Fox Soccer Channel- Al Ahly vs. Monterrey (Club World Cup Third-Place Match)

5:30am- Fox Soccer Channel- Corinthians vs. Chelsea

8am- Univision Deportes- Nancy vs. Bordeaux

8:30am- Fox Soccer Channel- Tottenham vs. Swansea City

9am- beIN Sport- Juventus vs. Atalanta

9am- beIN Sport Espanol- AC Milan vs. Pescara

9:30am- GolTV- Hoffenheim vs. Borussia Dortmund

11am- Fox Soccer Channel- West Bromwich Albion vs. West Ham United

11am- beIN Sport Espanol- Valencia vs. Rayo Vallecano

11:30am- GolTV- Werder Bremen vs. Nuremburg

1pm- beIN Sport- Real Madrid vs. Espanyol

3pm- Univision Deportes- Paris St. Germain vs. Lyon

3pm- beIN Sport- Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid

 

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12 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Mysterious J says:

    For some reason the arrival of beIN on my Comcast system has resulted in the disappearance of Gol. Soccer meda doesn’t seem interested in covering a story about one channel (backed by unlimited funds) driving another out of business though.

    • Bobb says:

      beIn replaced GolTV on DirecTV long ago. It sucks that GolTV is being driven out, it would have been nice to have an additional soccer channel instead of one driving the other out.

    • apw40 says:

      Same happened to me, but Bein is still only in Spanish

  2. Dillon says:

    Curses Bein Sport Curses!

  3. Ryan says:

    I have Directv and enjoy Goltv on channel 456! We lost the HD version but I love Brazilian, Argentine, Uruguayan, and German football so it’s worth the Spanish package price!!

    • Dudester says:

      Lol at Uruguayan

      • Ryan says:

        Peñarol is one of the oldest clubs in S. America and Uruguay won the first 2 World Cups back in the 30’s. There is some rich footballing history down there. Watch a Nacional v Penarol match!

        • Dudester says:

          Any league that averages 4500 fans per match is prob not worth watching on tv

          • Mysterious J says:

            But yet the soccer league with the highest average attendance in the world (German Bundesliga) has now been driven off of most Comcast systems and is pretty much ignored by Fox Channel and Ives.

  4. Oscar says:

    GOL TV is still on Directv on channel 456.

  5. Steve O says:

    Where is the FIFA Club World Cup Coverage?