This Weekend's Soccer on TV

This Weekend's Soccer on TV

Soccer on TV

This Weekend's Soccer on TV


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La Liga and Serie A are back in action this weekend to give us a full complement of European matches on a packed menu of weekend soccer action on TV.

FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will both be on TV this weekend as we get to see how much better the Spanish powers have gotten this off-season. In Italy, AC Milan and Juventus are two of the teams who will begin their chase of defending champions Inter Milan.

In England, American goalkeepers Brad Friedel and Tim Howard renew their rivalry as Aston Villa faces Everton, while Jermaine Jones and Schalke will meet Steve Cherundolo and Hannover 96 in German Bundesliga action.

In MLS, Freddie Ljungberg's return to Qwest Field for the first time since being traded to Chicago will make for great drama, while the New York-San Jose match features two teams coming off impressive victories.

Here is a rundown of This Weekend's Soccer on TV:

This Weekend's Soccer on TV


7:45am– ESPN2- Blackburn vs. Arsenal

9:30am– Schalke 04 vs. Hannover 96

10am– Fox Soccer Plus- Chelsea vs. Stoke City

10am– Fox Soccer Channel/FSE- Tottenham vs. Wigan

Noon– DirecTV- Hercules vs. Athletic Bilbao

Noon– Fox Soccer Plus- Udinese vs. Genoa

Noon– ESPN Deportes- Schalke 04 vs. Hannover 96 (Delayed)

12:30pm– Fox Soccer Channel/FSE- Manchester United vs. West Ham United

2pm– GolTV- Malaga vs. Valencia

2pm– ESPN Deportes- Blackburn vs. Arsenal (Delayed)

2:45pm– Fox Soccer Channel- AS Roma vs. AC Cesena

4pm– Telefutura- Columbus Crew vs. FC Dallas

4pm– Fox Soccer Plus- Leicester City vs. Reading (Delayed)

4pm– ESPN Deportes/ Levante vs. Sevilla

5:30pm– GolTV- Internacional vs. Botafogo

6pm– Fox Soccer Plus- Wolverhampton vs. Newcastle United (Delayed)

7pm– Direct Kick- Toronto FC vs. Real Salt Lake

7:20pm– GolTV- Once Caldas vs. Nacional

7:30pm– MSG- New York Red Bulls vs. San Jose Earthquakes

7:30pm– Direct Kick- New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

8pm– Telemundo- Monterrey vs. Jaguares

8pm– Telefutura- Santos Laguna vs. Atlas

9:30pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Colorado Rapids vs. Houston Dynamo

9:30pm– GolTV- Independiente Medellin vs. Real Cartagena

9:45pm– Telefutura- San Luis vs. Atlante

10:30pm– ESPN- Seattle Sounders vs. Chicago Fire

10:30pm– Direct Kick- Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Kansas City Wizards


8:30am– Fox Soccer Plus- Bolton vs. Birmingham City

8:30am– ESPN Deportes/ ADO Den Haag vs. PSV Eindhoven

9am– FSE- Udinese vs. Genoa

9am– Fox Soccer Channel- Blackpool vs. Fulham

10am– Sunderland vs. Manchester City

11am– Fox Soccer Channel/FSE- Aston Villa vs. Everton

11am– ESPN Deportes/ Deportivo La Coruna vs. Real Zaragoza

11am– DirecTV- Espanyol vs. Getafe

11am– DirecTV- Real Sociedad vs. Villarreal

11:30am– VfB Stuttgart vs. Borussia Dortmund

Noon– Fox Soccer Plus- AS Bari vs. Juventus

1pm– Telemundo- Toluca vs. Queretaro

1pm– GolTV- Racing Santander vs. Barcelona

2:45pm– Fox Soccer Channel- AC Milan vs. Lecce

2:45pm– Fiorentina vs. Napoli

3pm– FSE- AC Milan vs. Lecce (Delayed)

3pm– GolTV- Mallorca vs. Real Madrid

3pm– Fox Soccer Plus- Bordeaux vs. Marseille

3:15pm– Rio Ave vs. FC Porto

5pm– FSE- Liverpool vs. West Bromwich Albion (Delayed)

5pm– Fox Soccer Plus- Sunderland vs. Manchester City

5:30pm– Univision- Club America vs. Necaxa

6pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Philadelphia Independence vs. Boston Breakers

7pm– Fox Soccer Plus- Liverpool vs. West Bromwich Albion

10pm– ESPN2- Chivas USA vs. D.C. United


Which matches are you most looking forward to? Think Seattle fans will boo Ljungberg? Who do you see winning between Howard's Everton and Friedel's Aston Villa?

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