If it feels like there aren't that many marquee games this weekend, it could be because of the international fixture date at mid-week. With World Cup qualifiers and high-profile friendlies filling out an impressive schedule during the week, it looks as though leagues throughout Europe scheduled fewer of the top match-ups you circle the calendar for.
That doesn't mean there aren't good story lines and rivalries today. David Beckham takes the field with AC Milan for the first time since his public declaration that he wants to stay in Italy rather than return to MLS. You also have Peter Crouch leading Portsmouth against his old club Liverpool, as well as a good La Liga tilt between Real Madrid and Racing Santander.
The most anticipated match of the day isn't one you will find on TV when Jozy Altidore should make his debut for Xerez against Albacete. The game isn't scheduled for TV, but the internet tends to provide feeds for matches throughout the world so look for that one and please feel free to share any feeds below.
The full schedule of today's soccer on TV is after the jump. If you will be watching today's soccer action on TV, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action (schedule after the jump):
Saturday Soccer on TV
10am- Hull City at Chelsea
10am- FSC- Aston Villa at Blackburn
11:30am- GolTV- Werder Bremen at Schalke 04
12:30pm- Setanta USA- Newcastle at West Brom
12:30pm- FSC- Liverpool at Portsmouth
2pm- GolTV- Racing Santander at Real Madrid
2:30pm- FSC- Reggina at AC Milan
3pm- Setanta USA- Sochaux at Lille
4pm- GolTV- Real Betis at Sevilla
4:30pm- FSC- Inter Milan at Lecce
5pm- Setanta USA- Stoke City at Sunderland
6pm- Telefutura- Atlas at San Luis
6pm- GolTV- Portuguesa at Corinthians
8pm- FSC- Bolton at Everton
8pm- Telemundo- Necaxa at Chivas de Guadalajara
8:30pm- Setanta USA- Middlesbrough at Manchester City
10pm- Telemundo- Chiapas at Atlante