This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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By MARC SERBER

There’s a top of the table clash on tap this weekend in the English Premier League as first-place Arsenal take on a rampant Liverpool. Despite Arsenal’s recent success over Liverpool (just one loss in the last twelve meetings), the Gunners have won just twice against the Reds in their last seven home matches since moving to the Emirates in 2006. Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge who have scored six goals in four BPL matches and eight in Liverpool’s last nine games respectively.

Over in Germany, Bayern Munich are looking to tie Hamburger SV’s 36 games unbeaten streak in the Budesliga. A record that has stood since the 1982-1983 season. A win or a tie for the current Champions League holders (29-6-0) against Hoffenheim would see the Bavarians equal that feat.

In Spain, Barcelona take on cross-town rivals Espanyol while in Italy, AS Roma look to continue their ten-game winning start to the season with a trip to Torino. In the United States, the MLS Conference Semifinals of the playoffs get underway with the New York Red Bulls visiting the Houston Dynamo and the Seattle Sounders facing Cascadia Cup rivals Portland Timbers.

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

FRIDAY

9am- U17 WC – Honduras vs. Sweden – ESPN3/Univision Deportes

12pm- U17 WC- Brazil vs. Mexico- ESPN3/Univision Deportes

3:30pm – Borussia Dortmund vs. Stuttgart – GolTV USA

3:30pm – PSG vs. Lorient – beIN Sport Play/Univision Deportes

4pm – Barcelona vs. Espanyol – beIN Sport USA/beIN Sport en Espanol

9pm- Stanford vs. UCLA – Pac-12 TV Network

9:30pm – Queretaro vs. Club America – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America

11:30pm – Club Tijuana vs. Atlante – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America

SATURDAY

8:45am – Newcastle vs. Chelsea – NBCSN

9am – U17 World Cup – Argentina vs. Cote d’Ivoire – ESPN3

10:30am – Hoffenheim vs. Bayern Munich – GolTV USA

11am – Fulham vs. Manchester United – NBC Sports Network

11am – Hull City vs. Sunderland – NBC Sports Live Extra

11am – Manchester City vs. Norwich City – NBC Sports Live Extra

11am- Stoke City vs. Southampton – NBC Sports Live Extra

11am – West Bromwich Albion vs. Crystal Palace – NBC Sports Live Extra

11am – West Ham United vs. Aston Villa – NBC Sports Live Extra

11am – Real Sociedad vs Osasuna – beIN Sport en Español

11am – St. Mirren vs. Ross County – Fox Soccer Plus

12pm – U17 World Cup- Uruguay vs. Nigeria – ESPN3

12pm- Rennes vs. Olympique Marseille – beIN Sport Play

1pm – Almeria vs. Real Valladolid – beIN Sport en Espanol

1pm – Parma vs. Juventus- beIN Sport USA

1:30pm – Arsenal vs. Liverpool – NBC

1:30pm – Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Wolfsburg – GolTV USA

1:45pm – Ajax vs. Vitesse – ESPN3

3pm – Rayo Vallecano vs. Real Madrid – beIN Sport USA/beIN Sport en Español

3pm – Ajaccio vs Valenciennes – Univision Deportes

3pm – Olympique Lyon vs Guingamp – beIN Sport Play 

3:45pm – Milan vs. Fiorentina – beIN Sport Play

3:45pm – Napoli vs. Catania – beIN Sport USA

3:45pm – PSV Eindhoven vs. PEC Zwolle – GolTV USA

5pm – Sevilla vs. Celta Vigo – beIN Sport en Español

7pm – Veracruz vs. Monterrey – Univision Deportes

7pm – Cruz Azul vs. Morelia – UniMas

8pm – New England vs. Sporting KC – NBC Sports Network

9pm – Tigres UANL vs. Club Leon – Univision Deportes

10pm – Seattle Sounders vs Portland Timbers – NBC Sport Network

11pm – Chiapas vs. Santos Laguna – Univision Deportes

SUNDAY

7:30 – Motherwell vs Hibernian – Fox Soccer Plus

8:30am – Everton vs. Tottenham – CNBC

9am- Lazio vs Genoa – beIN Sport en Español

9am – Udinese vs. Inter Milan – beIN Sport USA

11am – Cardiff City vs. Swansea City- NBC Sports Network

11am – Montpellier vs. Nantes – beIN Sport USA

11am – Atletico Madrid vs. Athletic Bilbao – beIN Sport en Español

11:30am – Werder Bremen vs. Hannover 96 – GolTV USA

1pm – Levante vs. Granada – beIN Sport en Español

1pm – Toluca vs. Atlas – Univision

1pm – Puebla vs. Pachuca – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America 

2:45pm- Torino vs. AS Roma- beIN Sport USA

3pm- Lille vs. Monaco – Univision Deportes

3pm – Malaga vs Real Betis – beIN Sport en Español

3:30pm – Houston Dynamo vs. New York Red Bull – NBC

6pm – Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Pumas UNAM – UniMas

9:00pm – LA Galaxy vs. Real Salt Lake- ESPN

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9 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. byob el paso tx says:

    wow nice breakdown. spicy

  2. Reid Davis says:

    Sorry to be That Guy, but It’s *Brendan* Rodgers,

  3. Byrdman says:

    Kind of out of no where, but anyone know whats up with Sebastien Lletget?

    • Kingsly Alexander says:

      Somebody had reported that Jack Collison was going to be loaned out so that could possibly open up the door for Lletget to get a place back in the 1st team.

      Worth noting though that Jack Collison played pretty well in the last cup match for West Ham.

  4. Bugs says:

    You missed the NASL Soccer Bowl which will be on ESPN3 and ESPN Deportes at 7:30PM Saturday.

  5. Gerald says:

    Actually the Soccer Bowl is next Saturday but he same 2 teams meet this weekend to end the fall season that the Cosmos have already clinched

  6. Steven C says:

    Slightly off-topic, but the Brazil U-17 Squad has a forward named “Mosquito” on it. Just thought that was funny. Carry on.