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This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Carlos Tevez of Manchester City and David Luiz of Chelsea


All eyes will be on Wembley Stadium this weekend, when Manchester City and Chelsea clash in a huge FA Cup semifinal match.

Both clubs will be looking to make amends for an unfulfilling league campaign by reaching this season’s FA Cup final.

Chelsea overcame a two-goal deficit in their quarterfinal match against Manchester United to force a replay, which they won 1-0 at Stamford Bridge earlier this month. Demba Ba’s goal that day put Chelsea into the semis, where they will meet a Manchester City team coming off of their own victory against rivals Manchester United.

Roberto Mancini’s squad defeated their crosstown rivals, 2-1, on Monday, but a minor injury to David Silva numbed the victory a bit, and the acclaimed Spaniard is a doubt for the match against Chelsea.

The Italian league has a high-profile match of its own this weekend, with AC Milan hosting Napoli on Sunday afternoon.

Napoli have won their last three matches in the league, and with Edinson Cavani and Blerim Dzemaili on blazing goalscoring form, having scored eight of the clubs’ ten goals during their three-match win streak, Milan will have a tough time slowing the Azzurri’s attack down.

In Spain, both Barcelona and Real Madrid will be in action on Sunday afternoon.

League-leaders Barcelona will visit Real Zaragoza, who haven’t won a league-match since December, and are locked in a tight relegation battle at the bottom of the table. Real Madrid will also be on the road, kicking off just two hours after Barça at the San Mamés. Athletic Bilbao will be hoping to fare better than the first time they met Los Blancos this season, a fixture that saw Madrid win easily 5-1.

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



2:30pm – Univision Deportes – Valenciennes vs. Saint-Étienne

4pm – beIN Sport en Español – Real Betis vs. Sevilla

10:30pm – ESPN Deportes – Morelia vs. Querétaro

10:30pm – Univision Deportes – Santos Laguna vs. Toluca


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

10am – Fox Soccer Channel – Arsenal vs. Norwich City

10am – – Aston Villa vs. Fulham

10am – – Everton vs. Queens Park Rangers

10am – Fox Soccer Plus/ – Reading vs. Liverpool

10am – – Southampton vs. West Ham United

11am – Univision Deportes – Troyes vs. Paris Saint-Germain

12pm – beIN Sport en Español – Levante vs. Deportivo La Coruña

12:15pm – Fox Soccer Plus/ – Millwall vs. Wigan Athletic

12:30pm – GolTV – Schalke vs. Bayer Leverkusen

2pm – MLS Direct Kick – Montreal Impact vs. Columbus Crew

2pm – beIN Sport en Español – Espanyol vs. Valencia

2:45pm – beIN Sport – Atalanta vs. Fiorentina

4pm – MLS Direct Kick – Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Real Salt Lake

4pm – MLS Direct Kick – Seattle Sounders vs. New England Revolution

4pm – MLS Direct Kick – Philadelphia Union vs. Toronto FC

4pm – beIN Sport en Español – Málaga vs. Osasuna

6pm – ESPN2 – Cruz Azul vs. Club Tijuana

7pm – MLS Direct Kick – D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls

7:30pm – NBC Sports Network – Dallas FC vs. Los Angeles Galaxy

8pm – Univision Deportes – Monterrey vs. Pachuca

9:05pm – Telemundo – León vs. América

10pm – Univision Deportes – San Luis vs. Atlas

10:30pm – MLS Direct Kick – Chivas USA vs. Colorado Rapids


7am – ESPN Deportes – Newcastle United vs. Sunderland

9am – beIN Sport en Español – Cagliari vs. Internazionale

9:05am – Fox Soccer Channel – Stoke City vs. Manchester United

11am – Fox Soccer Channel – Chelsea vs. Manchester City

11am – beIN Sport – Olympique Lyon vs. Toulouse

11am – beIN Sport en Español – Atlético Madrid vs. Granada

11:30am – GolTV – Augsburg vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

1pm – beIN Sport – Real Zaragoza vs. Barcelona

1pm – Univision – Pumas UNAM vs. Tigres UANL

1pm – ESPN2 – Puebla vs. Jaguares

2:45pm – beIN Sport en Español –  AC Milan vs. Napoli

3pm – beIN Sport – Athletic Bilbao vs. Real Madrid

5pm – UniMás – Houston Dynamo vs. Chicago Fire

6pm – Telemundo – Chivas Guadalajara vs. Atlante

10:30pm – NBC Sports Network – Portland Timbers vs. San Jose Earthquakes



  1. Glad to see NBC Sports pick up an extra game when ESPN doesn’t broadcast one.
    Dallas-LA should be a great game and watching Portland at home is always fun.

    Do I get UniMas ? What the heck is UniMas ?

  2. No Newcastle/mackems derby on regular ESPN broadcast channels – boo on ESPN! And maybe they should put the Cruz Azul/Club Tijuana match on ESPN Deportes where it belongs.

    • Why does Tijunana/Azul belong on ESPN Deportes, instead of ESPN2 but Newcastle vs unknown belong on ESPN ?

      Fail to understand that.

    • Tijuana, a team known for it’s American players that is also doing well in Copa Libertadores, is fighting to keep playoff spot vs one of Mexico’s most popular teams. And you are worried about some unknown derby? THIS right here ladies and gentlemen is why fans look dumb every year when it comes to understanding why we have not won a CCL and why we fail to truly apreciate the competition in our region. Fans that may be really into the Euro teams, know players and managers of UCL teams but don’t get the teams in their own backyard. No one complains about La Liga games in English And now people have a chance to finally see select Liga MX games in English and there should really be no excuse to not catching at least a couple of games.


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