This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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By MICHAEL KLINE

All eyes will be on Wembley this weekend, where Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund  will clash in the Champions League final.

The stage has been set for the German rivals to square off on Saturday, and while Dortmund may be relishing being the underdogs, surely Bayern remember what happened  when they were favorites in last season’s final.

Dortmund has won the only Champions League Final they participated in, in 1997, while Bayern will look to join an exclusive club by winning their fifth Champions League trophy.

In Spain, a less glamorous matchup will be watched this weekend, when Real Sociedad play hosts to Real Madrid.

Real Sociedad are tied on points with Valencia in fourth place heading into the last two matches of the season, and both clubs will be looking to qualify for the Champions League next season.

If Valencia are able to beat Granada, and Real Madrid manage to beat Sociedad, then Valencia will be in sole possession of fourth place, and will control their own destiny in Spain’s final match week.

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

THIS WEEKEND’S SOCCER ON TV

SATURDAY

2:45pm – FOX – Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich

6pm – Fox Soccer Channel – Manchester City vs. Chelsea

7pm – Univision Deportes – DC United vs. Portland Timbers

7:30pm – MLS Direct Kick – New England vs. Toronto FC

8:30pm – MLS Direct Kick – Dallas FC vs. San Jose Earthquakes

9pm – MLS Direct Kick – Colorado Rapids vs. Chivas USA

9pm – MLS Direct Kick – Real Salt Lake vs. Chicago Fire

SUNDAY

12pm – beIN Sport – Roma vs. Lazio

2pm – beIN Sport en Español – Real Sociedad vs. Real Madrid

2pm – beIN Sport – Espanyol vs. Barcelona

3:30pm – NBC Sports Network – Sporting Kansas City vs. Houston Dynamo

5pm – Univision Deportes – New York Red Bulls vs. Columbus Crew

9pm – Univision – América vs. Cruz Azul

11pm – ESPN2 – Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Seattle Sounders

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7 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. junkie says:

    must….have….podcast

  2. Anton aus Tirol says:

    No Götze, no problem. Silky Ilkay thrive against the cheaters from München.

  3. Pete says:

    What about Monday’s Promotion Playoff Final at Wembley on Monday? That’s where all eyes will be. At least in Watford. Go Hornets!

  4. Old School says:

    Any more signings by Bayern that are “injured” and unable to play that we should know about for the Final?

  5. D says:

    11pm for Seattle v LA, ehhs, Time Zones are stupid.

  6. beachbum says:

    ManCity-Chelsea fun to watch…no fouls but good effort

    fun