South American Soccer

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

Dimitar Berbatov (AP)

If you have been yearning for a weekend day loaded with high-profile soccer matches to watch, then today is your day.

This Sunday boasts a plethora of must-see match-ups from every top league in Europe. From the Carling Cup final featuring Manchester United and Tottenham, to the Bayern-Bremen, Roma-Inter, Barcelona-Atletico Madrid and Rennes-Lyon match-ups, there is something for everybody.

Would you prefer some Latin American soccer? There's some of that as well, with San Luis-Club America and Sao Paolo-Santos also on the slate.

If you will be watching today's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's full TV schedule is after the jump).

Sunday Soccer on TV

9:30am- ESPN360.com- Vitesse Arnhem at Feyenoord

9:55am- Setanta USA/ESPN360- Manchester United vs. Tottenham (Carling Cup Final)

10am- FSC- Stoke City at Aston Villa

11am- GolTV- Bayern Munich at Werder Bremen

11am- Fox Sports Espanol- River Plate at San Lorenzo

Noon- FSC- AC Milan at Sampdoria

1pm- GolTV- Barcelona at Atletico Madrid

1pm- Telemundo- Tigres at UNAM Pumas

2:30pm- FSC- AS Roma at Inter Milan

2:55pm- Setanta USA- Rennes at Lyon

3pm- Telefutura- Santos Laguna at Necaxa

3pm- Azteca America- Atlas at Puebla

3pm- GolTV- Sao Paulo at Santos

4:30pm- FSC- Newcastle at Bolton

5pm- Setanta USA- Blackburn at Hull

5pm- Univision- San Luis at Club America

6pm- Azteca America- Jaguares vs. Indios


  • EDB

    inter roma was entertaining.. but Roma should have come out with the win disappointing


  • marksonm

    91st minute – rennes 1 – 1 lyon.

    Briand gets a third chance and this time puts it away.
    crowd is stunned

    game ends a draw


  • northzax

    no. there is no uefa spot for spurs. the runner up of the FA cup get the stop if the champion qualifies in the league. the Carling Cup spot goes to the next highest League position that hasn’t qualified. which, if the season ended today, would be Everton in 6th.


  • MemRook

    Good lord I am so tired of sifting through the ridiculous number of posts by “manic messiah” … yesterday’s running commentary and today’s plus the previous few weeks. I might be the only one annoyed, but I felt like I had to speak up lol.


  • jh


    Like the title of the post says, this is “[Our] Running Commentary.” Manic is just taking it literally.

    Honestly, though, I don’t mind.


  • Scott A

    Really MemRook? Ives tags these posts as Your Running Commentary and I think it’s an appreciated service when people do commentaries for anyone who doesn’t have access to a stream or the channel


  • Erik Abarca

    Manic, keep doing ur thing, I read it all the time. You do a good job, keep it up. Thanks!


  • Chosun

    I agree with Erik: Manic’s posts are a lifesaver if you can’t actually watch the game. Thanks!


  • jddjsjsjdd

    Yeah dpn’t hate on Maniac. He may be a crazy Man U supporter but he sure helps the rest of us know what’s going on.

    Thanks northzax, So if Everton are most likely heading to Europe. If they consolidate on 6th place or move up to 5th or win the FA Cup.


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