This Weekend's Soccer on TV

This Weekend's Soccer on TV

European Soccer

This Weekend's Soccer on TV


Lionel Messi 3 (AP)

FC Barcelona will be looking to lift the Spanish First Division championship trophy this weekend, while Real Madrid will be hoping for a slip from the champions so they can pounce.

Barcelona leads Real Madrid by a point heading into this final weekend, with relegation-battling Real Valladolid standing between the champions and a repeat. A Barcelona tie or loss could open the door for Real Madrid, which faces Malaga on Sunday.

Chelsea will be hoping to lift a trophy of its own on Sunday, with the Blues taking on Portsmouth in the FA Cup Final. Chelsea has already won the English Premier League title, and will be looking to do the double under head coach Carlo Ancelotti.

MLS action will be in full swing on Saturday, with Eastern Conference strugglers Kansas City and Chicago facing off in the national FSC match, while the New York Red Bulls face the Seattle Sounders in another intriguing match-up.

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


10am– FSC/FSE- Chelsea vs. Portsmouth (FA Cup Final)

Noon– ESPN Deportes/ESPN3- Athletic Bilbao vs. Deportivo La Coruna

1:55pm– ESPN Deportes/ESPN3- Werder Bremen vs. Bayern Munich

2:40pm– ESPN3- AC Milan vs. Juventus

4pm– ESPN Deportes/ESPN3- Almeria vs. Sevilla

4pm– GolTV- Mallorca vs. Espanyol

4pm– Telefutura- Philadelphia Union vs. FC Dallas

6pm– Direct Kick- New England Revolution vs. San Jose Earthquakes

7pm– Telefutura- Santos Laguna vs. Morelia

7:30pm– Direct Kick/MSG- New York Red Bulls vs. Seattle Sounders

7:30pm– Direct Kick- Columbus Crew vs. Chivas USA

7:30pm– Direct Kick- D.C. United vs. Colorado Rapids

8pm– GolTV- Millonarios vs. Medellin

8:30pm– FSC- Kansas City Wizards vs. Chicago Fire

9pm– Telemundo- Toluca vs. Pachuca

10:30pm– Direct Kick- Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Toronto FC


1pm– ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ESPN3- Barcelona vs. Real Valladolid

1pm– DirecTV- Osasuna vs. Xerez

1pm– DirecTV- Valencia vs. Tenerife

1pm– DirecTV- Malaga vs. Real Madrid

1pm– Mexico vs. Chile (Friendly)

3pm– GolTV- Gremio vs. Corinthians

5:30pm– GolTV- Vasco da Gama vs. Palmeiras

6pm– FSC- Atlanta Beat vs. Washington Freedom


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