This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Manchester City's Edin Dzeko is mobbed by team mates after scoring the second goal

By RYAN TOLMICH

The Premier League season comes to a close this weekend with a full slate of Sunday morning games to headline This Weekend’s Soccer on TV.

Manchester City highlight Sunday’s action as the Premier League leaders host West Ham needing only one point needed to secure the club’s second title in three seasons. Sitting just behind them are Luis Suarez and Liverpool, who will take on Newcastle with one eye on the matchup in Manchester.

In Spain, Atletico Madrid could potentially clinch their first La Liga title since 1995-96 Sunday afternoon when they take on Malaga. Second-place Barcelona will need to at least match Atletico’s result in their contest with Elche in order to set up a winner-take-all match with Atletico for the season’s final week.

In this weekend’s other action, Serie A winners Juventus take on AS Roma, Paris Saint-Germain face Lille, and Club Léon tries to make it to their second consecutive Liga MX title when they meet Toluca on Sunday evening.

Here’s a rundown of this weekend’s soccer on TV:

SATURDAY

9:30am – Schalke 04 vs. Nurnberg – GOLTV USA

12:oopm – Hellas Verona vs. Udinese – beIN Sports USA

2:00pm – Villareal vs. Rayo Vallecano – beIN Sports en Espanol

2:30pm – Nacional vs. Miramar Misiones – GolTV USA

2:45pm – Internazionale vs. Lazio – beIN Sports USA

3:00pm – Lille vs. Paris Saint-Germain – beIN Sports USA

3:00pm – Valenciennes vs. Monaco – beIN Sports Play

4:00pm – Levante vs. Valencia – beIN Sports en Espanol

4:00pm – Philadelphia Union vs. DC United – MLS Direct Kick

4:00pm – Montreal Impact vs. Sporting KC – MLS Direct Kick

5:30pm – Internacional vs. Atletico Paranaense – ESPN3

7:00pm – New York Red Bulls vs. Chicago Fire – MLS Direct Kick

7:30pm – Columbus Crew vs. Vancouver Whitecaps – MLS Direct Kick

8:30pm – San Antonio Scorpions vs. Carolina RailHawks – ESPN3

8:55pm – Santos Laguna vs. Pachuca – UniMas

9:00pm – Universidad Guadalajara vs. Estudiantes Tecos – GolTV USA/Azteca America

10:30pm – San Jose Earthquakes vs. FC Dallas – MLS Direct Kick

SUNDAY

6:30am – Atalanta vs. Milan – beIN Sports USA

9:00am – Livorno vs. Fiorentina – beIN Sports USA

9:00am – Sampdoria vs. Napoli – beIN Sports Play

9:00am – Torino vs. Parma – beIN Sports Play

10:00am – Manchester City vs. West Ham – NBC

10:00am – Liverpool vs. Newcastle – NBCSN

10:00am – Cardiff City vs. Chelsea – CNBC

10:00am – Norwich City vs. Arsenal – MSNBC

10:00am – Southampton vs. Manchester United – SyFy

10:00am – Fulham vs. Crystal Palace – E!

10:00am – Hull City vs. Everton – Bravo

10:00am – Sunderland vs. Swansea City – Esquire Network

10:00am – Tottenham Hotspur vs. Aston Villa – USA Network

10:00am – West Brom vs. Stoke City – Oxygen

11:00am – Athletic Bilbao vs. Real Sociedad – beIN Sports Play

11:45am – Roma vs. Juventus – beIN Sports Play

12:50pm – Toluca vs. Leon – Univision

1:00pm – Atletico Madrid vs. Malaga – beIN Sports USA

1:00pm – Elche vs. Barcelona – beIN Sports USA

1:00pm – Celta de Vigo vs. Real Madrid – beIN Sports USA

2:30pm – Portland Timbers vs. LA Galaxy – NBCSN

3:00pm – Colorado Rapids vs. Chivas USA – UniMas

6:00pm – New England Revolution vs. Seattle Sounders – MLS Direct Kick

7:00pm – Houston Dynamo vs. Real Salt Lake – MLS Direct Kick

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18 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. yikes says:

    I believe in the Reds. reds never say die

    best PL season ever

  2. yikes says:

    also finally La Liga is something to watch besides Barca n Madrid crushing teams 7-0. been a decade since Valencia won the league

  3. Dainja says:

    Talk about the final kick to the gonads when you’re down:

    Fulham’s last game in the EPL…and it will be televised on the E! network.

    OUCH. (Kardashians will be doing the play by play)

  4. Bean says:

    Come on you Hammers!

  5. Findley is the American Bofo says:

    Nothing indicates how bad a season this has been for Manchester United than playing on the SyFy network on the final day of the season.

    Also, how awesome is it that Stoke City vs. West Brom is on Oxygen!?

  6. apw says:

    Will MLS be on ESPN at all this year?

    • EspinDOHla says:

      Yes. Starting at the end of May. I think the first game is airing before (or after?) the Azerbaijan USMNT game. I saw the promo yesterday during the USWNT game.

  7. Dimidri says:

    You could just see how increasingly crestfallen Rebecca Lowe and Arlo White were after each event unfolded that made “Championship Sunday” almost irrelevant.

    Relegation over, top all but over, champions league over. To be totally honest, the last Europa League spot might be the most up for grabs. United is 3 points back of Tottenham but has superior GD.

    Tottenham has been the only English team who has cared about the EL recently, but it hasn’t really done them any good. The Glazers are on the record saying they want to play in the EL next year because they count on European mid-week revenue. Wouldn’t be surprised at all to see Tottenham lose and Man U win.

  8. Dan says:

    Btw, even the Telegraph agrees that Jozy was one of the worst transfers this season:

    link to telegraph.co.uk

    • Freddy Adu says:

      Btw, who the hell asked you?

    • Bac says:

      Wow..Great writers…
      They included DeMichaelis as one of the 10 worst transfers, but no mention of Van Wolfswinkle.
      They included Ozil, he was expensive, but he made a difference at Arsenal so I can’t see how he’s one of the worst…
      Fellaini and Soldado.. Ok, they got a few right