The German Men’s National Team spent the better part of the summer celebrating their World Cup victory, but now it’s time for the world champions to focus on working toward their next potential trophy.
Germany kicks off Euro 2016 qualifying today against Scotland as Euro qualifiers kick off across the Atlantic. Among the more intriguing match-ups are Serbia’s clash with France and Greece’s meeting with Romania.
In the Copa Centroamericano, Costa Rica faces Panama in a clash of Central American powers.
In MLS, Jermaine Jones and the New England Revolution take on the Chicago Fire in a key Eastern Conference matchup that also happens to be a battle between the two teams that tried to sign Jones.
If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action (Today’s Soccer TV schedule is after the jump):
TODAY’S SOCCER ON TV
12 p.m. — Georgia vs. Ireland — ESPN3
12 p.m. — Hungary vs. Northern Ireland — Fox Sports 2 USA
12 p.m. — Denmark vs. Armenia — ESPN3/ESPN Deportes
12 p.m. — Arkansas vs. North Carolina women’s soccer — ESPN3
2 p.m. — Serbia vs. France — Fox Sports 2 USA
2:30 p.m. — Penn State vs. Duke women’s soccer — ESPN3
2:45 p.m. — Germany vs. Scotland — Fox Sports 1 USA
2:45 p.m. — Gibraltar vs. Poland — Fox Soccer Plus
2:45 p.m. — Faroe Islands vs. Finland — ESPN3
2:45 p.m. — Greece vs. Romania — ESPN3
2:45 p.m. — Portugal vs. Albania — ESPN2/ESPN Deportes
3 p.m. — Columbus Crew vs. Chivas USA — MLS Live/Univision Deportes
5 p.m. — Portland Timbers vs. San Jose Earthquakes — ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/MLS Live
5 p.m. — Costa Rica vs. Panama — Univision Deportes
5 p.m. — Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Universidad de Guadalajara — UniMas
7 p.m. — New England vs. Chicago Fire — MLS Live
7 p.m. — Guatemala vs. Belize — Univision Deportes
9 p.m. — Honduras vs. El Salvador — Univision Deportes
Honduras vs. El Salvador was pretty fun. The crowd was well pumped up. The central american fans there were apparently confused by my groups tendency to support whoever had the ball at any given moment.
Also Salvadorians seem to have something agianst Belize. No idea why.
Wow, without CR7, Portugal looks pretty toothless. Either that or Albania is a powerhouse…
Cheers to the Columbus supporters, and the rest of the League, for supporting Luca & AJ De La Garza. Viva MLS!