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UEFA Champions League semifinals headline This Week’s Soccer on TV

Lyon finds itself on a magical run of form late in the UEFA Champions League but hits a major stumbling block with its semifinal test on Wednesday.

After knocking out Juventus and Manchester City in the last two weeks, manager Rudi Garcia is now tasked with slowing down red-hot Bayern Munich who is coming off an 8-2 victory that shook Barcelona to its core.

On the other side of the bracket, RB Leipzig flies the underdog flag in its match against Paris Saint-Germain, who was tested greatly last week by Atalanta but found two goals in stoppage time to pull off a thrilling comeback.

Sevilla booked its ticket to the Europa League final on Sunday, and will see the winner of Monday’s Inter Milan-Shakhtar Donetsk match on Friday.

If you haven’t yet, be sure to sign up for your free trial of fuboTV and ESPN+ for all your soccer streaming needs.

Here are this week’s soccer viewing options:


UEFA Europa League

3 p.m. –fuboTV, CBS All Access, TUDN USA, UniMás – Inter vs Shakhtar Donetsk

Liga MX

10 p.m. –fuboTV, TUDN USA – León vs Tijuana


UEFA Champions League

3 p.m. –fuboTV, TUDN USA, Univision – RB Leipzig vs PSG

Major League Soccer

8 p.m. –ESPN+– Toronto FC vs Vancouver Whitecaps

Primera A

6 p.m. –fuboTV– Deportivo Cuenca vs Barcelona

Club Friendly

12 p.m. -ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes+ – Wolfsberger AC vs Ajax
12 p.m. -ESPN3, ESPN App- Schalke 04 vs Uerdingen

USL League One

7 p.m. –ESPN+– Orlando City II vs Tucson


UEFA Champions League

3 p.m. –fuboTV, CBS All Access, TUDN USA, Univision – Lyon vs Bayern München


5:30 a.m. –ESPN+– Western United vs Melbourne City

Primera A

6 p.m. –fuboTV– LDU Quito vs Universidad Católica
8:15 p.m. –fuboTV– Emelec vs Mushuc Runa

USL Championship

5 p.m. –ESPN+– LA Galaxy II vs Phoenix Rising
7 p.m. –ESPN+– North Carolina vs Charleston Battery
7 p.m. –ESPN+– Loudoun United vs Pittsburgh Riverhounds
7:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Philadelphia Union II vs Hartford Athletic
7:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Miami FC vs Atlanta United II
8 p.m. –ESPN+– FC Tulsa vs Austin Bold
8 p.m. –ESPN+– Louisville City vs Sporting Kansas City II
9 p.m. –ESPN+– San Antonio vs OKC Energy
10 p.m. –ESPN+– Real Monarchs vs New Mexico United
10:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Las Vegas Lights vs Tacoma Defiance

USL League One

8 p.m. –ESPN+– Union Omaha vs Forward Madison
8 p.m. –ESPN+– Fort Lauderdale vs North Texas

Primera Division

2 p.m. –fuboTV– Deportivo Maldanado vs Peñarol


Major League Soccer

7 p.m. –ESPN+, fuboTV– New York Red Bulls vs NYCFC
7:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Columbus Crew vs Chicago Fire

Super League

6 a.m. –ESPN+– Guangzhou Evergrande vs Jiangsu Suning

Liga MX Femenil

4:55 p.m. –fuboTV, TUDN USA, Cruz Azul vs Atlas

Primera Division

4:30 p.m. –fuboTV– Nacional vs Torque


    • I don’t see any MLS games at all broadcast on actual TV, even cable, all week, until one on Saturday and one on Sunday. It seems to me that the cost to you, if you put it that way, is handing over your personal data too cheaply, in order to watch soccer on a small screen that used to be more easily and widely available on the large screen.
      The other cost, to the sport and its growth in the US, is missing out on potential viewers who might have seen a game on TV and decided to watch, if the sport had still been featured on the most watched sports channels.
      Thank heavens for the Champions League on Univisión. Live, over the air, for everybody.

    • Given how poorly MLS is Back did ratings why ESPN+ won’t go up do to MLS anytime soon. The whole reason it’s on ESPN+ is because no one was buying their season package. I watched Sunday night till the wee hours and will watch tonight and probably 3 or 4 more this weekend but I’m under no illusion that the typical soccer fan in the US is going to watch. Look at the comments sections on here if it’s an MLS story the comments section is empty unless it’s about a transfer.


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