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This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Jozy Altidore

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A full slate of World Cup warm-up games will air this weekend as many teams are days away from packing up and heading to Brazil.

For U.S. Men’s National Team fans, the weekend will include games featuring all four members of the “Group of Death”. Germany is the first to kick-off, playing Armenia at 2:45pm on Friday, shortly followed by Portugal vs. Mexico at Gillette Stadium. Saturday, the USMNT takes on Nigeria at 6pm and on Monday night Ghana will take on South Korea in Miami.

Among the other important games this weekend, World Cup host Brazil, perennial contenders Argentina and current champions Spain will all be in action.

MLS fans will also be excited to see big match ups in both conferences. In a battle of surprising play-off contenders D.C. United will take on the Columbus Crew, a Real Salt Lake side without Nick Rimando, Alvaro Saborio, and Kyle Beckerman will face-off against the Portland Timbers, and Eastern Conference leaders New England Revolution will play host to the New York Red Bulls.

For these exciting match-ups and more here is This Weekend’s Soccer on TV: 


10am –  Russia vs. Morocco –  ESPN Deportes/ESPN3

2:45pm – Germany vs. Armenia – Univision Deportes/ ESPN3

3pm – Brazil vs. Serbia – BeIN Sports USA/ BeIN SPORTS en Español 

7pm – Columbia vs. Jordan – BeIN Sports en Español

8pm – Greece vs. Bolivia – BeIN Sports USA

8:30pm – Mexico vs. Portugal – ESPN2/ UniMas

8:30pm – Houston Dynamo vs. Sporting Kansas City – MLS Direct Kick


12:30pm – Girona vs. Deportivo La Coruna – BeIN Sports en Español

2:45pm – Argentina vs. Slovenia – BeIN SPORTS USA/BeIN Sports en Español

4pm – Spain vs. El Salvador – Univision

4pm- Toronto FC vs. San Jose Earthquakes- MLS Direct Kick

4:45pm – England vs. Honduras – BeIN Sports USA

6 p.m. – USA vs. Nigeria – ESPN/UniMas

6:30pm – D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew – MLS Direct Kick

7pm – Philadelphia Union vs. Vancouver Whitecaps – MLS Direct Kick

8:30pm – F.C. Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids – MLS Direct Kick

8:30pm – Chicago Fire vs. Seattle Sounders – MLS Direct Kick

10pm – Real Salt Lake vs. Portland Timbers – MLS Direct Kick/Univision Deportes


12pm – Numancia vs. Eibar – BeIN Sports en Español 

3pm – Montevideo Wanderers vs. Danubio – GolTV USA

5pm – New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls – MLS Direct Kick

5pm – New York Cosmos vs. Ottawa Fury – One World Sports

8pm – LA Galaxy vs. Chivas USA – Univision Deportes/MLS Direct Kick




  1. Is that the Reggae Wiggy, getting Jiggy?.
    Jah Man, we puffing on them island man.
    Say, while chasing dragons man,
    I saw Nana in Ghana, you know that witch doctor man?.
    I said bomboclatt man!, I cant believe it.
    eye and eye, I say we got the power of Da Rasta Man.
    Feeling good vibrations man.
    talisman go I say, don’t know why, don’t know where?
    Nana, told me the American Bomb Pops are OK.
    I believe it man, you are all going to play a beautiful game.
    Got them power of the Jah Bless Rastafari.
    Everything got to be all good man.
    peace and best wishes to the team.

  2. And I just drew Brazil in my office pool! I will gladly take the 20% runner up payout instead of 70% winner payment going to United States.

    • Option one: pass
      Option two: fall over in box and wave arms
      Option three: dribble right at goal keeper and shoot three inches from him.

    • Mexico has a better following right now. And LigaMX is still a little better too, but would like to see top MLS teams get consistent air time. Maybe NYCFC will get the ball rolling on that one.

      • I must have missed “El Tri: Camino de Brazil”

        My Spanish is bad, so forgive me if that isn’t correct.

        Anyway. ESPN is a business. They want to make money. I really like being able to watch Mexico/Liga MX in English.

    • What is shocking about this isn’t the fact itself, it is how long ESPN realized what a draw the Mexican Nat team is.

      Ditto with Liga MX, which is on spanish speaking TV, but still isn’t on English speaking TV.

      We are very lucky.

    • Yep. Once again it is impossible to find MLS on NBC for a casual fan just looking for some soccer to throw on the TV.

  3. Really was hoping Mexico would be able to pay us back for San Zusi by beating the hell out of Ronaldo in this match.


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