This weekend's soccer on TV

This weekend's soccer on TV

European Soccer

This weekend's soccer on TV



With the English Premier League and German Bundesliga in their second weeks of action, it is time to bring back the weekly series that fills you in on all the soccer matches you can watch on TV.

This weekend’s slate of games has some good ones, including the Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Valencia, Bayern Munich’s visit to Borussia Dortmund and the All-London encounter between Arsenal and Fulham.

You also have tonight’s Olympic final between Argentina and Nigeria, which will be shown on CNBC and Telemundo (but you’ll be watching it online at the NBC Olympic website, where you can follow my running commentary, right?)

Now, without any further ado, here are this weekend’s soccer matches on TV:


  • 11pm- FSC- Portland at Vancouver
  • Midnight- Telemundo, C-NBC- Argentina vs. Nigeria (Olympic Final)


  • 7:30am- Setanta USA- Reading at Charlton
  • 9:30am- Setanta USA- Middlesbrough at Liverpool
  • 9:30am- GolTV- Bayern Munich at Borussia Dortmund
  • 10am- FSC- Sunderland at Tottenham
  • 11:30am- GolTV- Schalke 04 at Werder Bremen
  • 12:30pm- FSC- Arsenal at Fulham
  • 2:30pm- FSC- Aston Villa at Stoke City
  • 5pm- Setanta USA- Bolton Wanderers at Newcastle United
  • 6:45pm- Setanta USA- Everton at West Bromwich Albion
  • 7:15pm- GolTV- Atletico Nacional at Deportivo Cali
  • 7:30pm- FSC- New England Revolution at Toronto FC
  • 10:30pm- HDNet- Chivas USA at San Jose Earthquakes
  • 3am- FSC- Adelaide United at Queensland Roar


  • 8:30am- Setanta USA- Chelsea at Wigan
  • 11am- FSC- West Ham United at Manchester City
  • 11am- GolTV- Eintracht Frankfurt at Cologne
  • 11am- Setanta USA- Plymouth at Swansea
  • 3pm- Telefutura- Houston Dynamo at New York Red Bulls
  • 4pm- FSC- Valencia at Real Madrid (Spanish Super Cup)
  • 6pm- FSC- Lanus at Boca Juniors
  • 6:30pm- GolTV- Millonarios at Pereira

If there are matches that I missed, please feel free to post them in the comments section below and I will be glad to add them.

So what game or games are you most looking forward to watching? Share your thoughts below.

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