Soccer on TV

Relive World Cup history


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If you're a U.S. national team fan who needs a soccer fix to hold you over until Saturday's highly anticipated match against England, you're in luck.

ESPN Classic will air five historic World Cup matches today starting at 2:30pm, including the 2002 Round of 16 match between the United States and Mexico. Also being shown are two of England's more known World Cup losses, one of which is the 1998 loss to Argentina where David Beckham was sent off.

Here's today's line-up:

2:30pm- United States vs. Mexico (Round of 16, 2002)

4:30pm- United States vs. Portugal (Group stage, 2002)

6:30pm- England vs. Argentina (Round of 16, 1998)

8:30pm- United States vs. Colombia (Group stage, 1994)

10:30pm- England vs. Argentina (Quarterfinals, 1986)

What do you think of the matches being shown today? Will you be tuning in? Which match do you feel is most memorable?

Share your thoughts below.

  • Brent McD.

    I had that same glorious experience last week. What, I now have Fox Soccer Plus? When did this happen? And both it and FSC in HD?? Oh yeah, here we go


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