Soccer on TV

This Weekend's Soccer on TV

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Arch-rivals Manchester United and Liverpool will renew acquaintances on Sunday morning at Anfield in what should be as emotional and intense as usual.

Liverpool is still searching for a first win of the season, and will look to ride the momentum of an inspired home crowd to take down a United side that has gotten off to a solid start to the new campaign.

The Premier League will boast two top-notch clashes this weekend, with Arsenal taking on Manchester City. The Gunner have gotten off to a strong star and will be looking to keep City from earning full points from the second straight match.

A tasty tilt in the Bundesliga will feature mighty Bayern Munich paying a visit to Schalke to take on Jermaine Jones and the Gelsenkirchen outfit.

Here is a rundown of all of this weekend's soccer on TV:



7:45am- ESPN2- Swansea City vs. Everton

9:30am- GolTV- Schalke 04 vs. Bayern Munich

10am- Fox Soccer Channel- Chelsea vs. Stoke City

10am- Fox Soccer Plus- West Bromwich Albion vs. Reading

10am- FoxSoccer2Go- Southampton vs. Aston Villa

10am- FoxSoccer2Go- West Ham vs Sunderland

10am- FoxSoccer2Go- Wigan Athletic vs. Fulham

10am- BeIN Sport- Real Zaragoza vs. Osasuna

11am- Univision Deportes- Bastia vs. Paris St. Germain

11:30am- GolTV- Hamburg vs. Borussia Dortmund (Delay)

Noon- beIN Sport Espanol- Parma vs. Fiorentina

1pm- MLS Direct Kick- Montreal Impact vs. Sporting Kansas City

2pm- beIN Sport- Real Betis vs. Espanyol

2pm- Univision Deportes- Loriente vs. Nice

3:30pm- ESPN3.com- Porto vs. Beira-Mar

4pm- beIN Sport- Barcelona vs. Granada

7:30pm- MSG/MLS Direct Kick- New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls

8pm- NBC Sports Network- Real Salt Lake vs. Portland Timbers

8:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew

10:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- LA Galaxy vs. Toronto FC

10:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- Seattle Sounders vs. San Jose Earthquakes


8:30am- Fox Soccer Channel- Liverpool vs. Manchester United

9am- beIN Sport en Espanol- Inter Milan vs. Siena

9am- bein SPORT- Udinese vs. AC Milan

9:30am- GolTV- Bayer Leverkusen vs. Borussia Moenchengladbach

10am- Fox Soccer 2go- Newcastle United vs. Norwich City

10:30am- ESPN3.com- PSV Eindhoven vs. Feyenoord

11am- Fox Soccer Channel- Manchester City vs. Arsenal

11am- Fox Soccer Plus- Tottenham vs. Queens Park Rangers

11am- beIN Sport- Olympique Marseille vs. Evian TG

11:30am- GolTV- Werder Bremen vs. Stuttgart

Noon- beIN Sport en Espanol- Atletico Madrid vs. Real Valladolid

2:45pm- RAI- Lazio vs. Genoa

3pm- Univision Deportes- Lille vs. Lyon

3:15pm- ESPN3.com- Academica vs. Benfica

3:30pm- beIN Sport- Rayo Vallecano vs. Real Madrid

4pm- MLS Direct Kick- Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo

7pm- Galavision- D.C. United vs. Chivas USA

7:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Colorado Rapids


  • ChrisTheLSUTiger

    Let’s take away handshakes from the pregame hoopla. After Terry/Ferdinand and Evra/Suarez, it’s just an unnecessary distraction from what is really important.


  • abc

    Seriously. How are a few dbags in the Premier League reason to eliminate pregame handshakes, which have happened all over the world for many years? Just bizarre thought process… probably a Liverpool fan.


  • David JS

    handshakes are a recent trend in european football. they aren’t mandatory in most leagues. they have zero meaning so why have them? it’s not like they’re a longstanding tradition in england, and it’s not anything more than token pregame formality. if it meant something, like postgame handshakes in hockey, then fine. you don’t need to have required handshaking to prove the mutual respect between competitors. it’s just phony.


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