Clint Dempsey is set to join the U.S. men's national team next week, but before he makes the trip West, he will be taking on West Ham today in a clash of London clubs.
In other Premier League action involving Americans, Tim Howard will look to help Everton climb out of the Premier League basement with a win against Birmingham, while Marcus Hahnemann and Wolves will take on Wigan.
MLS features some juicy match-ups, with Kansas City taking on New York and the Chicago Fire facing FC Dallas in a match-up of teams desperate to keep their playoff hopes alive.
If you will be watching today's soccer on TV, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action (Today's TV Schedule is after the jump):
TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV
7:45am- ESPN Deportes- Wigan vs. Wolverhampton
9:30am- GolTV- Hamburg vs. Kaiserslautern
(*) 10am- Fox Soccer Channel/FSE- Tottenham vs. Aston Villa
10am- ESPN2- Sunderland vs. Manchester United
(*) 10am- Fox Soccer Plus- West Ham vs. Fulham
Noon- Fox Soccer Channel- Birmingham vs. Everton (Delayed)
Noon- Fox Soccer Plus- Udinese vs. AC Cesena
Noon- ESPN3.com- Real Zaragoza vs. Sporting Gijon
2pm- GolTV- Real Sociedad vs. Espanyol
2:45pm- Fox Soccer Channel- Parma vs. AC Milan
3:30pm- Direct Kick- Toronto FC vs. Seattle Sounders
4pm- Telefutura- Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo
4pm- GolTV- Valencia vs. Athletic Bilbao
5:30pm- GolTV- Botafogo vs. Flamengo
7:20pm- GolTV- America de Cali vs. Nacional de Medellin
(*) 7:30pm- MSG/Direct Kick- New York Red Bulls vs. Kansas City Wizards
7:30pm- Direct Kick- Columbus Crew vs. San Jose Earthquakes
8pm- Telefutura- Santos Laguna vs. Toluca
(*) 8:30pm- Fox Soccer Channel- FC Dallas vs. Chicago Fire
9:30pm- GolTV- Once Caldas vs. Cucuta
10pm- Telemundo- Atlante vs. Pachuca
10pm- Telefutura- San Luis vs. Tigres (Delayed)