It's the conclusion of the 2017-18 Bundesliga season on Saturday and the Premier League on Sunday on the weekend soccer TV schedule. NBC is all in on the final day of the Premier League, but unfortunately there's not a lot of excitement left in the various scenarios. We previewed the final day of the Bundesliga for USMNT players as well as the Premier League. In Serie A, Juventus can win the title on Sunday at Roma on beIN Sport. Our highlight game comes from MLS with the latest installment of the Cascadia Cup.
Seattle Sounders vs Portland Timbers at 4pm on Sunday on ESPN. Seattle is coming off of a big midweek result, beating Toronto FC 2-1 at BMO Field. Portland is coming off of an epic hype video that drew the attention of the filmmaker they were spoofing.
Saturday Soccer TV
Bundesliga on FS1: Bayern Munich vs Stuttgart at 9:30am. FSPlus has Wolfsburg vs Cologne at 9:30am. FS2 hs wraparound coverage of the rest of the Bundesliga final day schedule at 9:30am. La Liga on beIN Sport: Getafe vs Atletico Madrid at 12:30pm and Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo at 2:45pm. beIN en Espanol has Real Betis vs Seville at 12:30pm. Primeira Liga on GolTV: Vitoria vs Porto at 11am.
MLS on Univision: FC Dallas vs LA Galaxy at 3:30pm.
Sunday Soccer TV
All Premier League games are at 10am. NBC has Liverpool vs Brighton at 10am, NBCSN has Newcastle vs Chelsea at 10am, Southampton vs Manchester City is on SyFy, Swansea City vs Stoke City on CNBC, Spurs vs Leicester City on Bravo, West Ham vs Everton on E!, Burnley vs Bournemouth on Olympic, Crystal Palace vs West Brom on Oxygen, Huddersfield Town vs Arsenal on MSNBC, and Manchester United vs Watford on USA.
Serie A on beIN Sport: Fiorentina vs Cagliari at 9am, Roma vs Juventus at 2:45pm. La Liga on beIN Sport: Espanyol vs Malaga at 10:15am. beIN en Espanol has Levante vs Barcelona at 2:45pm. Primeira Liga on GolTV: Benfica vs Moreirense at 1pm.
Liga MX playoffs on Univision Deportes: Toluca vs Tijuana at 1pm with Tijuana up 2-1. Univision has Club America vs Santos Laguna at 8pm with Santos up 4-1. MLS on ESPN: Portland vs Seattle at 4pm. FS1 has Orlando vs Atlanta at 6pm and LAFC vs NYCFC at 8:30pm.
Monday Soccer TV
No games today. All Times Eastern