This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

Santi Cazorla of Arsenal and Leighton Baines of Everton


There’s plenty of soccer on TV this weekend with Major League Soccer returning and some big games abroad.

The campaign for the FA Cup continues with Arsenal set to host Everton for the quarterfinal match Saturday. Everton has never won at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, having drawn in their last two visits, but they will be traveling to face an Arsenal side still feeling the sting of their league defeat against Stoke City last weekend.

Everton may need to play without captain Phil Jagielka as a hamstring injury looks like it won’t be resolved soon, manager Roberto Martinez has told media.

Meanwhile, Chelsea will be looking to continue their 26-game unbeaten streak against Tottenham at Stamford Bridge and collect three points to solidify their position at the top of the Premier League.

In Italy, second-place AS Roma visits third-placed Napoli in a key Serie A match. It’s the first time these two teams have faced since Napoli thrashed AS Roma in the Coppa Italia.

Here’s a rundown of this weekend’s soccer on TV:


2:30pm – Marseille vs. Nice – beIN Sports USA

5:30pm – Nacional vs. El Tanque Sisley – GolTV USA

8:30pm – Morelia vs. Pumas UNAM – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America

9:05pm – Club Leon vs. Veracruz –

9:30pm – Toluca vs. Puebla – Univision Deportes

10:30pm – Club Tijuana vs. Chivas de Guadalajara – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America


1:00am – Newcastle Jets vs. Melbourne Heart – Fox Sports 2

7:45am – West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United – NBC Sports Network

7:45am – Arsenal vs. Everton – Fox Sports 1

9:30am – Wolfsburg vs. Bayern Munich – GolTV USA

10am – Cardiff City vs. Fulham – Premier League Extra Time

10am – Crystal Palace vs. Southampton – Premier League Extra Time

10am – Norwich City vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extra Time

10am – Real Valladolid vs. Barcelona – beIN Sports USA

10:30am – Bastia vs. Paris Saint-Germain – Univision Deportes

12pm – Udinese vs. AC Milan – beIN Sports USA

12:30pm – Chelsea vs. Tottenham – NBC Sports Network

12:30pm – Nurnburg vs. Werder Bremen – GolTV USA

2pm – Nantes vs. Ajaccio – Univision Deportes

2pm – Celta de Vigo vs. Atletico Madrid – beIN Sports USA

2:45pm – PSV Eindhoven vs. Utrecht – GolTV USA

3pm – Seattle Sounders vs. Sporting KC – NBC Sports Network

4pm – Granada vs. Villarreal – beIN Sports en Español

6pm – Club America vs. Santos Laguna – Univision Deportes/Univision

7pm – D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew – MLS Direct Kick

7:30pm – Vancouver Whitecaps vs. New York Red Bulls – MLS Direct Kick

8pm – Pachuca vs. Monterrey – Univision Deportes

8pm – Tigres UANL vs. Cruz Azul – UniMás

8:30pm – Houston Dynamo vs. New England Revolution – MLS Direct Kick

8:30pm – FC Dallas vs. Montreal Impact – MLS Direct Kick

10pm – Atlas vs. Chiapas – Univision Deportes

10:30pm – LA Galaxy vs. Real Salt Lake – MLS Direct Kick

10:30pm – Portland Timbers vs. Philadelphia Union – MLS Direct Kick


3am – Brisbane Roar vs. Adelaide United – One World Sports

7:30am – Juventus vs. Fiorentina – beIN Sports USA

8am – Sheffield United vs. Charlton Athletic – Fox Soccer Plus

10am – Inter Milan vs. Torino – beIN Sports USA

10am – Hull City vs. Sunderland – Fox Soccer Plus

10:30am – Freiburg vs. Borussia Dortmund – GolTV USA

11am – Ajax vs. Cambuur – ESPN3

12pm – Almeria vs. Sevilla – beIN Sports en Español

12:05pm – Manchester City vs. Wigan Athletic – Fox Sports 2

12:30pm – Mainz vs. Hertha Berlin – GolTV USA

2pm – Real Madrid vs. Levante – beIN Sports USA

3pm – Chivas USA vs. Chicago Fire – UniMas

3pm – Corinthians vs. Sao Paulo – GolTV USA

3:45pm – Napoli vs. Roma – beIN Sports USA

4pm – Valencia vs. Athletic Bilbao – beIN Sports en Español

7pm – Atlante vs. Queretaro – ESPN Deportes/Azteca America

8:30pm – Racing Club vs. Boca Juniors – GolTV USA

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9 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Steven C says:

    MLS really should look into creating an app for the Xbox/Playstation to allow subscribers to watch MLS Direct Kick. Just seems like a logical “next step”.

    • Cavan says:

      You can watch MLS Live (Direct Kick on cable) on an Apple TV, Roku, PC, Mac, iOS, or Droid. If you don’t have an Apple TV or Roku, try hooking up an HDMI cable to connect your computer to your TV.

    • hot male @ says:

      I completely agree. I would totally subscribe to this in a heartbeat.

  2. Frank says:

    As a Bundesliga and Crew fan as well as a DirecTV subscriber, I’m left in the dark. Very disappointing that I won’t be able to watch any soccer I care about this weekend.

  3. Derek says:

    How are EPL games on Fox? I thought NBC had the tv rights?

  4. Don Hawkins Jr. says:

    EPL games are not on Fox. The FA Cup games are. All EPL matches in the USA are on NBC.

  5. Don Pelayo says:

    Just signed up for MLS Live! I cannot wait for this weekend!

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