This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Steven Gerrard

By MICHAEL KLINE

It’s that time again! The major European leagues are disrupted by the international break this weekend, which means World Cup Qualifying takes center stage.

England faces Moldova in UEFA’s Group H, with The Three Lions needing a full three points to keep their World Cup dreams alive.

England trails Montenegro by one point heading into the match, and will be hoping Poland can steal points from Stevan Jovetić and company so they can move into the automatic qualifying spot of Group H.

Group C features the tightest qualifying race in UEFA, with three teams all square on 11 points in the playoff spot.

The Republic of Ireland will attempt to go clear in second place when they meet Sweden in Dublin today. Ireland haven’t qualified for a World Cup since 2002, while Zlatan will try to steer Sweden back to the World Cup after missing out in 2010.

In CONMEBOL, Uruguay will clash with Peru and Colombia will square off with Ecuador.

Uruguay currently sit in the CONMEBOL’s playoff spot, but will hope to pick up maximum points through the rest of their fixtures, and jump either Chile or Ecuador for the last automatic qualifying spot.

FRIDAY

2pm – ESPN3 - Macedonia vs Wales

2pm – ESPN3 - Malta vs Denmark

2pm – ESPN3 - Turkey vs Andorra

2pm – ESPN3 - Romania vs Hungary

2:10pm – ESPN3 - Latvia vs Lithuania

2:15pm – ESPN3 - Georgia vs France

2:15pm – ESPN3 - Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Slovakia

2:30pm – ESPN Deportes - Finland vs Spain

2:30pm – ESPN3 - Switzerland vs Iceland

2:30pm – ESPN3 - Slovenia vs Albania

2:30pm – ESPN3 - Estonia vs Netherlands

2:45pm – GolTV - Ireland Republic vs Sweden

2:45pm – Univision Deportes - Germany vs Austria

2:45pm – ESPN3 - Serbia vs Croatia

2:45pm – ESPN3 - Northern Ireland vs Portugal

3pm – Fox Sports 1 - England vs Moldova

4:30pm – beIN Sport - Colombia vs Ecuador

6:30pm – beIN Sport - Paraguay vs Bolivia

8:30pm – beIN Sport en Español - Chile vs Venezuela

8:30pm – ESPN Deportes - Querétaro vs Puebla

9:30pm – UniMás - Mexico vs Honduras

10pm – beIN Sport - Costa Rica vs The United States of America

10:30pm – beIN Sport en Español - Peru vs Uruguay

10:30pm – ESPN Deportes - Tijuana vs Veracruz

SATURDAY

 1:45pm – ESPN3 - Israel vs Azerbaijan

3:15pm – beIN Sport en Español - Brazil vs Australia

6pm – Univision - América vs Monterrey

8pm – UniMás - Pachuca vs Pumas UNAM

8pm – Univision Deportes - Tigres UANL vs Guadalajara

8:30pm – MLS Direct Kick - Dallas vs Vancouver Whitecaps

8:30pm – MLS Direct Kick - Sporting KC vs Columbus Crew

9:05pm – Telemundo - León vs Chiapas

10pm – NBC Sports Network - Seattle Sounders vs Chicago Fire

10pm – Univision Deportes - Atlas vs Santos Laguna

10:30pm – MLS Direct Kick - Los Angeles Galaxy vs Colorado Rapids

10:30pm – ESPN Deportes –  Tijuana vs Veracruz

11pm – MLS Direct Kick - Portland Timbers vs Toronto FC

SUNDAY

1pm – UniMás - Toluca vs Cruz Azul

5pm – UniMás - Houston Dynamo vs New York Red Bulls

7:30pm – MLS Direct Kick - New England Revolution vs Montreal Impact

9pm – MLS Direct Kick - Chivas USA vs DC United

11pm – ESPN2 - San Jose Earthquakes vs Philadelphia Union

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12 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Jersey2Colorado says:

    Cheers to pirating the USA game…. Any BeIn reps looking for feeds… I will gladly and spitefully be pirating your material because of your desperate attempt to be exclusive.. God I hate Dish… And yes, I am a badass

    • Chupacabra says:

      When you have Dish, you miss US away matches. When you miss US away matches, you pirate BeIn material. When you pirate BeIn material, you end up in prison with a cellmate named Bubba. Don’t end up in prison with a cellmate named Bubba. Get DirecTV.

  2. johnnycougar says:

    “…with The Three Lions needing a full three points to keep their World Cup dreams alive” is untrue beyond belief. They are 2 points back of Montenegro for the group lead with a game in hand, with four games left to play, and also the 2nd place teams do a playoff to determine participation in the WC.

  3. 20 says:

    You post a picture of Steven Gerrard and he immediately scores, that’s the Soccer By Ives magic

  4. SonicDeathMonkey says:

    Much to my shock, U-Verse has added BeIN Sports as of today, so I will get to watch the US match on my tv, and not some terrible, pirated feed from my laptop.

  5. Pingunça says:

    Colorado–> get some points in LA

    do it

  6. Jacknut says:

    Anyone bitching about BeIn has forgotten about the days of CCTV.