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Barcelona hopes today will be the time to shine.

Victory against Atletico Madrid will see the Catalan club crowned Spanish Primera Division Champions for the seventh time in 10 seasons. In this same match last season, it was Atletico that benefited from a victory to claim its own title.

Real Madrid will attempt to pounce on any miscues with its own favorable result against Espanyol.

Manchester United hosts Arsenal with top-four placing in the English Premier League on the line. The Red Devils can take third away from Arsenal with a victory, though it may be short lived since the Gunners do have a game in hand.

Orlando City and the LA Galaxy kick off this evening’s MLS national broadcast from the Citrus Bowl. The action stays on the East Coast, though it moves north to PPL Park where the Philadelphia Union will take on D.C. United.

The day wraps up with the U.S. Women’s National Team continuing World Cup preparation against Mexico.

If you will be watching any of today’s action, feel free to leave your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (today’s soccer on TV schedule after the jump):

8:30 a.m. — NBCSN — Swansea vs. Manchester City

11 a.m. — NBCSN — Manchester United vs. Arsenal

1 p.m. — beIN Sports en Espanol — Atletico Madrid vs. Barcelona

1 p.m. — beIN Sports USA — Espanyol vs. Real Madrid

2:45 p.m. — beIN Sports USA — Roma vs. Udinese

3 p.m. — ESPN3 — Santos vs. Cruzeiro

3 p.m. — GolTV USA — Penarol vs. Nacional

4 p.m. — ESPN3 — FC Edmonton vs. San Antonio Scorpions

5 p.m. — ESPN2 — Orlando City vs. LA Galaxy

5:30 p.m. — GolTV USA — Internacional vs. Avai

7 p.m. — Fox Sports 1 — Philadelphia Union vs. D.C. United

7 p.m. — UniMas — Atlas vs. Guadalajara

9 p.m. — Univision Deportes — Veracruz vs. Queretaro

9:30 p.m. — Fox Sports 1 — USWNT vs. Mexico


  1. LA Galaxy is putting on a display of old school MLS commanded by Bruce Almighty and is a poor example of soccer. This is my team too, but not the coach. The wheels have been coming off for awhile now. LA Galaxy: no compact play, disjointed, longball passing, and too reliant on a counter attack with Jameison and Zardez. Ugly soccer LA.


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