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This Weekend’s Soccer on TV


The Barclays Premier League returns to full action this weekend, with Manchester City and Liverpool headlining the English fixtures.

The defending English champions, Manchester City, will attempt to keep this season’s title hopes alive with a win on Sunday against Brendan Rodgers’ transitioning side. Manchester City have only beaten Liverpool a single time in their last five meetings, however, so earning three points will be no easy task for Roberto Mancini’s crew.

Elsewhere in the league, Demba Ba will return to St. James’ Park for the first time since his £7m move to West-London.

Newcastle, who sit just four points above the relegation zone, will hope their recent splurge in January’s transfer window will prevent Ba from getting the last laugh.

If the Premier League isn’t your cup of tea, don’t fret – the rest of the world will be holding its fair share of soccer matches as well.

The Africa Cup of Nations will kick into a new gear on Saturday, when Ghana and the Cape Verde Islands begin the tournament’s quarter-final action live on ESPN3.

In Spain, table-leaders Barcelona will visit Valencia and Grenada will host Real Madrid.

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



2:30pm- Univision Deportes- Toulouse vs. Paris St. Germain

2:45pm- beIN Sport en Espanol- Roma vs. Cagliari

4:45pm- beIN Sport en Espanol- Real Valladolid vs. Athletic Bilbao

8:30pm- Azteca America- Jaguares vs. Atlas


7:45am – ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ – Queens Park Rangers vs. Norwich City

9:30am – GolTV – Mainz vs. Bayern Munich

10am – – Ghana vs. Cape Verde Islands

10am – – Arsenal vs. Stoke City

10am – – Everton vs. Aston Villa

10am – FoxSoccer Channel/Fox Deportes – Newcastle United vs. Chelsea

10am – – Reading vs. Sunderland

10am – – West Ham United vs. Swansea City

10am – – Wigan Athletic vs. Southampton

10am – BeIN Sport en Español – Osasuna vs. Celta Vigo

12pm – BeIN Sport – Getafe vs. Deportivo La Coruña

12pm – BeIN Sport en Español – Torino vs. Sampdoria

12:30pm – FoxSoccer Channel/Fox Deportes –  Fulham vs. Manchester United

1:30pm – – South Africa vs. Mali

2pm – BeIN Sport en Español – Espanyol vs. Levante

2:45pm – RAI – Napoli vs. Catania

4pm – BeIN Sport/BeIN Sport en Español – Granada vs. Real Madrid

6pm – Univision – América vs. Querétaro

8pm – Univision Deportes – Pachuca vs. Toluca

8pm – UniMás – Tigres U.A.N.L. vs. Tijuana

9pm – Telemundo – León vs. Cruz Azul


6am – BeIN Sport en Español – Malaga vs. Real Zaragoza

6:30am – RAI – Chievo Verona vs. Juventus

8:30am – FoxSoccer Channel/Fox Deportes – West Bromwich Albion vs. Tottenham Hotspur

9am – Setanta Sports Ireland – Fiorentina vs. Parma

9am – BeIN Sport – Genoa vs. Lazio

9am – Sky Galcio 4 – Palermo vs. Atalanta

9am – BeIN Sport en Español – Siena vs. Internazionale

9am – Sky Galcio 5 – US Pescara vs. Bologna

9:30am – GolTV – Nurnberg vs. Borussia Monchengladbach

10am – – Ivory Coast vs. Nigeria

11am – FoxSoccer Channel/Fox Deportes – Manchester City vs. Liverpool

11am – BeIN Sport en Español – Sevilla FC vs. Rayo Vallecano

11:30am – GolTV – Bayer Leverkusen vs. Borussia Dortmund

1pm – BeIN Sport/BeIN Sport en Español – Valencia vs. Barcelona

1pm – ESPN Deportes – Puebla vs. Morelia

1pm – Univision/Univision Deportes – Pumas UNAM vs. Santos Laguna

1:30pm – – Burkina Faso vs. Togo

2:45pm – RAI – AC Milan vs. Udinese

3pm – BeIN Sport/BeIN Sport en Español – Atletico Madrid vs. Real Betis

3pm – Canal+ Liga / HD – Real Sociedad vs. Mallorca

6pm – Telemundo – Guadalajara vs. San Luis

7pm – Univision Deportes – Atlante vs. Monterrey


  1. Watchin Tigres vs. Xolos match…. REALLY IMPRESSED with Club Tijuana. SOLID. Cool that 2 of our guys are starters there.

  2. Why list Internet subscription services in the “this weekend on tv” thing? Into everyone has high speed urban Internet, fox2go subscriptions or ESPN 3 access. Watching a game through a feed is pretty horrible still


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