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This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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Either way, the Olympic men's final will end with one of two teams claiming gold for the first time.

High-powered sides Brazil and Mexico do battle for the Olympic crown at Wembley Stadium Saturday to cap an end to what has been an entertaining tournament featuring a number of breakout stars.

Elsewhere, some of Europe's top clubs are in action in meaningful matches, as the Community Shield between Manchester City and Chelsea, German SuperCup between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund and SuperCoppa Italiana between Juventus and Napoli all provide appetizers for the upcoming seasons in England, Germany and Italy.

The Ligue 1 season gets underway as well, meaning the start of Paris Saint-Germain's highly anticipated campaign after a busy, free-spending summer in the transfer market. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his new teammates begin their season against Lorient.

In MLS, the New York Red Bulls get a chance to make up for their lackluster showing in Houston last week, hosting the Dynamo at Red Bull Arena. U.S. Open Cup finalists Sporting Kansas City and Seattle are back in action as well, facing difficult conference foes in D.C. United and San Jose, respectively, and the latest rivalry match between Chivas USA and the Los Angeles Galaxy caps the league's Week 23.

Here is this weekend's soccer on TV:


8 p.m. – NBC Sports Network – New York Red Bulls vs. Houston Dynamo

9:45 p.m. – GOLTV – Universidad Guadalajara vs. Necaxa


8 a.m.beINSport free web streamJuventus vs. Napoli

10 a.m. – NBC Sports Network/MSNBC/Telemundo – Brazil vs. Mexico

1:15 p.m. – – Dinamo Bucarest vs. Barcelona

2 p.m. – ESPN2/ – Real Madrid vs. Celtic

3 p.m. – Univision Deportes, beINSport free web stream - Paris St-Germain vs. Lorient

5:30 p.m. – Univision – America vs. Atlas

5:30 p.m. – GOLTV – Bahia vs. Cruzeiro

7 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Real Salt Lake

8 p.m. – Telefutura – Pachuca vs. Tijuana

8 p.m. – Univision Deportes – Tigres vs. Queretaro

8:30 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – Sporting Kansas City vs. D.C. United

9 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids

10 p.m. – Univision Deportes – Monterrey vs. San Luis

10:30 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – San Jose Earthquakes vs. Seattle Sounders


7:20 a.m. – Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go – Hibernian vs. Heart of Midlothian

8:30 a.m. – Fox Soccer Channel – Chelsea vs. Manchester City

10 a.m. – – Liverpool vs. Bayer Levekusen

10:25 a.m. – – Ajax vs. AZ Alkmaar

11 a.m. – beINSport free web stream - Cologne vs. Arsenal

1 p.m. – Univision Deportes – Pumas UNAM vs. Toluca

2 p.m. – GOLTV – Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund

3 p.m. – – Atletico Mg vs. Vasco de Gama

3 p.m. – Univision Deportes, beINSport free web stream - Reims vs. Marseille

5:30 p.m. – GOLTV – Fluminense vs. Palmeiras

6 p.m. – Telemundo – Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Morelia

7 p.m. – MLS Live/Direct Kick – New England Revolution vs. Montreal Impact

7 p.m. – Galavision – Philadelphia Union vs. Chicago Fire

7:30 p.m. – GOLTV – Boca Juniors vs. Tigre

11 p.m. – ESPN2/ – Chivas USA vs. Los Angeles Galaxy


  1. Hibbs vs Hearts really wow ok I love soccer but not sure I could watch the SPL. Your more die hard then me. A solid weekend good games across the board.

  2. Most of the weekend’s games will be over and JK can see if everyone came through them healthy.

    No sense naming someone on Friday only to see them get hurt on Friday or Saturday.

    There will not be an extended camp; this is just fly in,play,then leave.

  3. Does anybody know if beIN Sport has actually been picked up by any cable/satellite providers? On their site it only lists an option to ask your provider to carry the channel, but doesn’t imply that it’s come to an agreement with a single one. It’d be a shame in Ligue 1, La Liga and Serie A were only available via web stream all season


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