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UEFA Champions League final headlines This Weekend’s Soccer on TV and Online


2022’s UEFA Champions League final is set to be one for the ages when Liverpool and Real Madrid square off at the Stade de France to duke it out for the highest prize on the club side of soccer.

Liverpool is on the cusp of a treble after claiming the EFL Cup and FA Cup in England this season, but has shown the occasional vulnerability which kept the Premier League title out of the Reds’ clutches.

Real Madrid is also working on a treble. Los Blancos just celebrated their capture of a 35th La Liga title in addition to winning the Supercopa de España this year.

Of the two, Real Madrid’s UCL resume is much more impressive as it features a flair for the dramatic with comeback wins over Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City in the knockout rounds, but for good reason, Liverpool is the odds on favorite and is the more talented team when you compare player for player.

We’ll also find out who gets to join the Premier League next season when the EFL Championship final kicks off on Saturday. Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest are vying for promotion after falling out of the Premier League for three and 22 seasons respectively.

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Here are the Top 5 Matches to Watch, and a full rundown of This Weekend’s Soccer on TV and Online:

This Weekend’s Top 5 Matches to Watch

1. Liverpool vs Real Madrid – The crown jewel of the European season is never one to miss, and this matchup is as good as any we’ve seen in recent years.

2. Huddersfield Town vs Nottingham Forest – They call it “The richest game in football” for a reason.

3. Mexico vs Nigeria – El Tri kicks off the international break against a Nigerian side looking to regroup after missing the World Cup cut.

4. LA Galaxy vs Austin FC – Another week, another stiff test for Western Conference leader Austin FC, which knocked off to stay in control of the conference last week.

5. Pachuca vs Atlas – Atlas posted a 2-0 win in the first leg of this Liga MX final, but Pachuca is at home and ready to show why it ran away with the Clausura during the regular season.

This Weekend’s Soccer on TV



7 p.m. – CBS Sports Network, Paramount+, fuboTV – Orlando Pride vs Washington Spirit

Argentine Primera B Nacional 

5:10 p.m. – fuboTV – Agropecuario vs Brown de Adrogué

USL Championship 

7 p.m. – ESPN+ – New York RB II vs Birmingham Legion
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Atlanta United II vs Orange County SC
10 p.m. – ESPN+ – Las Vegas Lights vs El Paso Locomotive

MLS Next Pro 

7 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – New England II vs Philadelphia Union II
7 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Toronto II vs Chicago Fire II


UEFA Champions League 

3 p.m. – CBS, Paramount+, fuboTV, TUDN – Liverpool vs Real Madrid

Major League Soccer 

6 p.m. – fuboTV, TUDN USA, UniMás – Los Angeles FC vs San Jose Earthquakes
7 p.m. – ESPN+ – Atlanta United vs Columbus Crew
7 p.m. – ESPN+, fuboTV – New York Red Bulls vs D.C. United
7 p.m. – ESPN+ – Toronto FC vs Chicago Fire
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – CF Montréal vs FC Cincinnati
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – New England Revolution vs Philadelphia Union
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Orlando City SC vs FC Dallas
8 p.m. – ESPN+ – Inter Miami vs Portland Timbers
8 p.m. – ESPN+, fuboTV – Minnesota United vs New York City FC
9 p.m. – ESPN+ – Colorado Rapids vs Nashville SC
9 p.m. – ESPN+ – Sporting Kansas City vs Vancouver Whitecaps
9:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Real Salt Lake vs Houston Dynamo


8 p.m. – Paramount+ – Chicago Red Stars vs Portland Thorns


3:30 p.m. – Paramount+ – Goiás vs RB Bragantino
6 p.m. – Paramount+ – São Paulo vs Ceará
7:30 p.m. – Paramount+ – Fortaleza vs Juventude

Canadian Premier League 

7 p.m. – Fox Soccer Plus, fuboTV – Pacific vs Valour

Primera A 

2 p.m. – fuboTV – Mushuc Runa vs Deportivo Cuenca
4:30 p.m. – fuboTV – Orense vs Guayaquil City
7 p.m. – fuboTV – Técnico Universitario vs Emelec

English League Two 

11 a.m. – ESPN+ – Mansfield Town vs Port Vale

Men’s International Friendly

8:08 p.m. – fuboTV, TUDN USA, UniMás – Mexico vs Nigeria

Peruvian Primera Division 

12 p.m. – fuboTV – Universidad San Martín vs ADT

USL Championship 

2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Louisville City vs FC Tulsa
4 p.m. – ESPN+ – Indy Eleven vs New Mexico United
7 p.m. – ESPN+ – Miami FC vs Pittsburgh Riverhounds
7 p.m. – ESPN+ – Hartford Athletic vs Phoenix Rising
7 p.m. – ESPN+ – Loudoun United vs Charleston Battery
8:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Rio Grande Valley vs San Antonio
10 p.m. – ESPN+ – Oakland Roots vs Sacramento Republic
10 p.m. – ESPN+ – Monterey Bay vs Colorado Springs
10:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – LA Galaxy II vs San Diego Loyal

USL League One 

7 p.m. – ESPN+ – North Carolina vs Richmond Kickers
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Tormenta vs Tucson
7:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Chattanooga Red Wolves vs Greenville Triumph
8 p.m. – ESPN+ – Union Omaha vs Northern Colorado
10:30 p.m. – ESPN+ – Central Valley Fuego vs Forward Madison


Major League Soccer 

6 p.m. – fuboTV, TUDN USA, UniMás – LA Galaxy vs Austin FC
9:30 p.m. – Fox Sports 1, fuboTV, FOX Deportes – Seattle Sounders vs Charlotte FC

Liga MX 

9:10 p.m. – fuboTV, TUDN USA, Univision – Pachuca vs Atlas


3 p.m. – Paramount+ – OL Reign vs San Diego Wave
7 p.m. – Paramount+ – Houston Dash vs North Carolina Courage
8 p.m. – Paramount+ – Angel City vs NJ/NY Gotham FC


3 p.m. – Paramount+ – Santos vs Palmeiras
3 p.m. – Paramount+ – Coritiba vs Botafogo
5 p.m. – Paramount+ – Fluminense vs Flamengo
5 p.m. – Paramount+ – Corinthians vs América Mineiro
5 p.m. – Paramount+ – Cuiabá vs Athletico-PR
6 p.m. – Paramount+ – Atlético Mineiro vs Avaí

Canadian Premier League 

2 p.m. – Fox Soccer Plus, fuboTV – York United vs Cavalry

Ecuadoran Primera A 

7 p.m. – fuboTV – Barcelona vs Cumbayá

English Championship

11:30 a.m. – ESPN+ – Huddersfield Town vs Nottingham Forest

French Ligue 2 

10 a.m. – fuboTV – Quevilly Rouen vs Villefranche
1 p.m. – beIN SPORTS, fuboTV – Saint-Étienne vs Auxerre

Honduran Liga Nacional 

6 p.m. – fuboTV, FOX Deportes – Real España vs Motagua

Toulon Tournament 

8 a.m. – fuboTV – Argentina U20 vs Saudi Arabia U20
11:30 a.m. – fuboTV – France U20 vs Panama U23

Dutch Eredivisie 

8:30 a.m. – ESPN+ – AZ vs Vitesse

Peruvian Primera Division 

4:30 p.m. – fuboTV – Melgar vs Universitario

Spanish Segunda

2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Real Valladolid vs Huesca
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Alcorcón vs Eibar
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Burgos vs Girona
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Leganés vs Almería
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Real Oviedo vs Ibiza
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Sporting Gijón vs Las Palmas
2 p.m. – ESPN+ – Tenerife vs Cartagena

Swedish Allsvenskan 

9 a.m. – ESPN+ – Norrköping vs Elfsborg

MLS Next Pro 

2 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Columbus Crew II vs Rochester New York
2 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Sporting Kansas City II vs Whitecaps II
2 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Minnesota United II vs Colorado Rapids II
7 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Inter Miami II vs New York City II
7 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – Orlando City B vs FC Cincinnati II
8 p.m. – MLS Next Pro – St. Louis City II vs San Jose Earthquakes II

Uruguayan Primera Division 

2 p.m. – fuboTV – River Plate vs Peñarol


  1. the irony, Ives, is that the USMNT played a very similar tactical game vs. Spain all those years ago to break Spain’s winning streak, and Spain and the rest of the world freaked out on that style of play and cried and whined and moaned. We ended up with Klinsmann. Now the Carlo is praised for it…in Spain. LOL

  2. and that is before even addressing the delay and the chaos outside the stadium because of the ticket fiasco. What a complete and utter joke this final failure was

  3. Pathetic final. Wimp ball rewarded. Madrid didn’t even come to play, Carlo…what a wimp. Kept 6 to 7 players behind midfield when they countered all flipping game. Just booted long and didn’t try to construct anything, all flippin game. Played like Burnley, except with less attacking courage. And literally parked the bus with everybody the entire game…in the final of what is supposed to be the showcase event of European football…LOL! And then rewarded by the french official when Diaz was mauled, not only a no call but the foul was somehow in Diaz. Madrid soon scored. Truly an embarrassing final. And folks will wax on about the genius and the greatness of Real Madrid.


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