Top Stories

This Weekend’s Soccer on TV


This weekend’s must-see fixture is the African Nations Cup final when Nigeria and Burkina Faso duke it out in Johannesburg.

Burkina Faso will be taking part in its first ever African Nations Cup final, and they have been handed a big boost following a successful appeal of striker Jonathan Pitroipa’s controversial red card in the semi-final match against Ghana.

Nigeria have won the competition on two previous occasions, will attempt to bring the trophy back home for the first time since 1994. Don’t miss it!

The intriguing English match-up of the weekend comes on Sunday when Everton visits Old Trafford.

Everton, who are unbeaten in their last five matches, will be faced with the impossible task of beating Manchester United at home, a place where the Red Devils have enjoyed a staggering 91% win percentage so far this season!

An in-form Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney, who have combined to score the same amount or more goals than six Premier League clubs this season, will give Everton’s back four nightmares, but Everton will remain optimistic after receiving the news that Marouane Fellaini will be fit for the match.

Here is the schedule for This Weekend’s Soccer on TV:



2:30pm – Univision Deportes/beIN Sport – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Bastia

8:30pm – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America – Morelia vs. León


7:45am – ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ – Tottenham Hotspur vs. Newcastle United

9:30am – GolTV – Borussia Dortmund vs. Hamburg SV

10:00am – Fox Soccer Channel/Fox DeportesChelsea vs. Wigan Athletic

10:00am – – Norwich City vs. Fulham

10:00am – – Stoke City vs. Reading

10:00am – Fox Soccer Plus/ – Sunderland vs. Arsenal

10:00am – – Swansea City vs. Queens Park Rangers

10:00am – beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español – Mallorca vs. Osasuna

12:00pm – beIN Sport en Español – Celta Vigo vs. Valencia

12:00pm – beIN Sport/RAI – Juventus vs. Fiorentina

1:00pm – – Mali vs. Ghana – (AFCON Third-Place Match)

2:00pm – beIN Sport en Español – Levante vs. Malaga

2:45pm – RAI – Lazio vs. Napoli

4:00pm – beIN Sport/ beIN Sport en Español – Real Madrid vs. Sevilla

6:00pm – ESPN Deportes/Azteca AmericaCruz Azul vs. UNAM

6:00pm – Univision Deportes – Querétaro vs. Chiapas

8:00pm – Univision Deportes – Monterrey vs. Guadalajara 

8:00pm – UniMás – Tijuana vs. América

10:00pm – UniMás – Atlas vs. Atlanta

10:00pm – Univision Deportes – San Luis vs. Puebla


6:00am – beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español – Barcelona vs. Getafe

6:30am – RAI – Parma vs. Genoa

8:30am – Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes – Aston Villa vs. West Ham United

9:00am – beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español – Cagliari vs. AC Milan

9:00am – beIN Sport – Sampdoria vs. AS Roma

11:00am – Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes – Manchester United vs. Everton

11:00am – beIN Sport en Español – Real Zaragoza vs. Real Sociedad

11:30am – GolTV – SC Freiburg vs. Fortuna Düsseldorf

1:00pm – – Nigeria vs. Burkina Faso – Final

1:00pm – beIN Sport en Español – Athletic Bilbao vs. Espanyol

1:00pm – Univision/Univision Deportes- Toluca vs. U.A.N.L.

2:45pm – beIN Sport/RAI – Inter Milan vs. Chievo Verona

3:00 – beIN Sport Español – Rayo Vallecano vs. Atletico Madrid

5:00pm – Univision Deportes – Santos Laguna vs. Pachuca



  1. Has it been addressed (I’m guessing it has, at great length) here as to the reasons why there’s no American television of the African Cup of Nations? Between GolTV, FSC/FSC Plus, and BeInSport couldn’t one of them at least show the knockout stages? ESPN3 has never worked for me, I’m looking for television, nothing streaming (I know I’m old-fashioned, but streaming = major annoyance for me).

    • been lamenting the same thing among friends

      i’m not the type that only wants Man U, Bayern, and Barcelona on the airwaves but
      there’s no way in hell that some of the fixtures they show (Mallorca v Osasuna???) would be as exciting as these AFCON games

      its a major tournament but isnt treated that way…espn3 isnt bad (its free) but watching football is best in a group

      not much fun getting the family to crowd around a 15″ laptop screen

  2. Breaking News: OTL reporting that several official CONCACAF (gold cup and wcq it looks like) matches involving El Salvador were fixed.

    Chaos is about to break out in CONCACAF.


Leave a Comment