This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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By DAN KARELL

The second installment of “El Clasico” takes center stage in soccer on TV this weekend.

Barcelona travels to Real Madrid with their season on the line. Media in Spain are already claiming that the winner of the match will win the title. Real Madrid currently lead La Liga with 70 points and lead Barcelona by four points with ten matches remaining.

A top-three clash takes place on Saturday morning as Arsenal visit Stamford Bridge and Chelsea. Arsene Wenger will take charge of his 1,000th game since joining Arsenal in 1996, but Jose Mourinho’s side will be motivated to overcome last Saturday’s surprise defeat at Aston Villa.

Other games to watch this weekend are Mainz 05 taking on Bayern Munich, Lorient host Paris Saint-Germain, and Cruz Azul visit Liga MX Apertura champions Club Leon.

FRIDAY

3:30pm – Lorient vs. Paris Saint-Germain – beIN Sport USA

3:30pm – Freiburg vs. Werder Bremen – GolTV USA

3:30pm – Heart of Midlothian vs. Dundee United – Fox Soccer Plus

4pm – Celta de Vigo vs. Malaga – beIN Sports en Español

9:30pm – Morelia vs. Santos Laguna – Azteca America/ESPN Deportes

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

SATURDAY

2:30am – Newcastle Jets vs. Wellington Phoenix – One World Sports

4:45am – Brisbane Roar vs. Melbourne Victory – Fox Soccer Plus

8:15am – Derby County vs. Nottingham Forest – beIN Sports USA

8:45am – Chelsea vs. Arsenal – NBC Sports Network

10:30am – Mainz 05 vs. Bayern Munich – GolTV USA

11am – Cardiff City vs. Liverpool – NBC Sports Network

11am – Everton vs. Swansea City – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Hull City vs. West Bromwich Albion – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Manchester City vs. Fulham – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Newcastle United vs. Crystal Palace – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Norwich City vs. Sunderland – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Granada vs. Elche – beIN Sports en Español

11am – Middlesbrough vs. Queens Park Rangers – beIN Sports USA

11am – Aberdeen vs. Kilmarnock – Fox Soccer Plus

12pm – Marseille vs. Rennes – Univision Deportes

1pm — Torino vs. Livorno – beIN Sports USA

1pm – Espanyol vs. Levante – beIN Sports en Español

1:30pm – West Ham United vs. Manchester United – NBC Sports Network

1:30pm – Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. Hertha BSC – GolTV USA

2pm – New England Revolution vs. Vancouver Whitecaps – MLS Direct Kick

3pm – Real Valladolid vs. Rayo Vallecano – beIN Sports en Español

3:45pm – Chievo vs. AS Roma – beIN Sports USA

3:45pm – PSV Eindhoven vs. Roda JC – GolTV USA

4pm – Montreal Impact vs. Seattle Sounders – MLS Direct Kick/Univision Deportes

4pm – Real Salt Lake vs. LA Galaxy – NBC Sports Network

4:30pm – Toronto FC vs. D.C. United – MLS Direct Kick

5pm – Athletic Bilbao vs. Getafe – beIN Sports en Español

6pm – Colorado Rapids vs. Portland Timbers – MLS Direct Kick

6pm – Columbus Crew vs. Philadelphia Union – MLS Direct Kick

6pm – Peñarol vs. Cerro – GolTV USA

7pm – Club America vs. Veracruz – Univision Deportes/Univision

8:30pm – Sporting KC vs. San Jose Earthquakes – MLS Direct Kick

8:30pm – FC Dallas vs. Chivas USA – MLS Direct Kick

9pm – Pachuca vs. Chiapas – Univision Deportes

9:30pm – Tigres UANL vs. Queretaro – UniMás

10:05pm – Club Leon vs. Cruz Azul – Telemundo Deportes/Telemundo

11pm – Atlas vs. Chivas de Guadalajara – Univision Deportes

SUNDAY

12am – Melbourne Heart vs. Central Coast Mariners – Fox Sports 2

2am – Western Sydney Wanderers vs. Perth Glory – One World Sports

9:30am – Tottenham vs. Southampton – NBC Sports Network

10am – Inter Milan vs. Atalanta – beIN Sports USA

12pm – Aston Villa vs. Stoke City – NBC Sports Network

12pm – Real Betis vs. Atletico Madrid – beIN Sports USA

2pm – Pumas UNAM vs. Monterrey – Univision Deportes/Univision

3pm – Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls – UniMas

3pm – Santos vs. Palmeiras – GolTV USA

3:45pm – Lazio vs. AC Milan – beIN Sports Play

4pm – Real Madrid vs. Barcelona – beIN Sports USA/beIN Sports en Español

4pm – Monaco vs. Lille – Univision Deportes

5:15pm – River Plate vs. Lanus – GolTV USA

7pm – Atlante vs. Toluca – Univision Deportes

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8 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Kevin_H says:

    Surprised to see Liverpool beat out Man City for the 11 a.m. NBC Sports Network slot. I like it.

  2. Jack Del says:

    Van Persie out 4-6 weeks.

    United are going to lose by 5.

  3. Bac says:

    Heart Of Midlothian…. such a cool name

  4. Jack Del says:

    This needs to be written about!

    CONCACAF has a formal complaint before them that Toluca cheated by sneaking a staff member into the Earthquakes practice before the game and filming their tactics and training.

    • Boyd says:

      You want to know what’s cheating? When your league is so lame and unappealing that the games aren’t shown on local tv much less international. The only chance Toluca had to review SJ’s tape was to film it themselves.

  5. Elber Galarga says:

    When will espn televise an MLS game? Did MLS forget to send them the memo?