This Week’s Soccer on TV

They may be far apart in the Spanish League standings, but that won’t make the latest installment of the Barcelona-Real Madrid derby any less intriguing.

The Spanish giants meet on Wednesday in the week’s most high-profile match-up, with Barcelona riding high and Real Madrid enduring controversy amid reported tension in the locker room. Wednesday’s Copa Del Rey semifinal will offer Madrid a respite from the headlines and rumors, but only if they can find a way to slow down the seemingly unstoppable Catalans.

On the international front, the United States and Canada are not the only CONCACAF teams in action this week. Mexico will face off against Denmark at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. on Wednesday night, El Tri’s final tune-up before their World Cup qualifier versus Jamaica on Feb. 6. Mexico is missing some of their key players but they also have a number of their top domestic-based contributors available for selection, including goalkeeper Jose Corona and the well-experienced Carlos Salcido.

If you need some club soccer to satisfy your soccer cravings, then you will be hard-pressed to find a better week to do so. Along with the latest installment of Barcelona-Real Madrid, the English Premier League will feature a full slate of mid-week action, including Arsenal’s clash with Liverpool.

Here is the schedule for This Week’s Soccer on TV:

THIS WEEK’S SOCCER ON TV

TUESDAY

12pm- ESPN3.com- Burkina Faso vs. Zambia

12pm- ESPN3.com- Ethiopia vs. Nigeria

2:45pm- Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes- Aston Villa vs. vs. Newcastle United

2:45pm- ESPN Deportes/ESPN3.com- Queens Park Rangers vs. Manchester City

2:45pm- Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go.com- Stoke City vs. Wigan Athletic

2:45pm- ESPN3.com- Sunderland vs. Swansea City

2:45pm- beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Espanol- Lazio vs. Juventus

4:45pm- ESPN Deportes- Sunderland vs. Swansea City (delayed)

5pm- Fox Deportes- Anzoategui vs. Tigre

7:30pm- Fox Deportes- Deportes Iquique vs. Leon

9pm- ESPN2/Univision- USA vs. Canada

WEDNESDAY

12pm- ESPN3.com- Algeria vs. Ivory Coast

12pm- ESPN3.com- Togo vs. Tunisia

2:45pm- Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes- Arsenal vs. Liverpool

2:45pm- ESPN3.com- Norwich City vs. Tottenham

2:45pm- ESPN3.com- Everton vs. West Bromwich Albion

3pm- ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ESPN3.com- Manchester United vs. Southampton

3pm- Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go.com- Reading vs. Chelsea

3pm- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Fulham vs. West Ham United

3pm- beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Espanol- Real Madrid vs. Barcelona

5pm- ESPN Deportes- Everton vs. West Bromwich Albion (delayed)

7pm- Fox Deportes- Gremio vs. LDU Quito

10pm- ESPN2/ESPN3.com/Univision- Mexico vs. Denmark

11:59pm- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Arsenal vs. Liverpool (delayed)

THURSDAY

4pm- beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Espanol- Atletico Madrid vs. Sevilla

5pm- Fox Deportes- Olimpia vs. Defensor Sporting

7:30pm- Fox Deportes- Universidad Cesar Vallejo vs. Deportes Tolima

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4 Responses to This Week’s Soccer on TV

  1. Daniel says:

    Wondering if anyone has information on whether the USA game tonight will be available to watch on espn3 after the original play of the game, I may miss it and try and watch it tomorrow but espn3 has it posted as a blackout showing only in Alaska.

  2. m says:

    whats great about that picture is that it shows how important keeping local players is for Barcelona and how Madrid just hires a bunch of mercenaries. In that picture for Madrid, there is not ONE Spanish player or a player from the madriz system. (they are also some of the most hated players in the world, not saying they suck , just hated). Compare that to the Barcelona players who are either catalan or spanish- but they are all from the Barcelona system.

  3. TomG says:

    Big Geoff starting for Stoke so any injury concerns can be allayed.