The weekend soccer TV schedule makes the case against Premier League scheduling. The highlight game of the weekend is Liverpool hosting Manchester United and it starts at 7:30am ET. That means the national broadcast window on NBC gets Watford hosting Arsenal. Also on the schedule, Borussia Dortmund is home against RB Leipzig. FS1 has two MLS games on Sunday. Liverpool vs Manchester United at . . .
It's the final match day for CONCACAF World Cup qualifying with one automatic place left. The USMNT sits in 3rd-place and controls their own World Cup destiny at Trinidad & Tobago. That game is on beIN Sport and NBC Universo. Trinidad & Tobago vs USMNT at 8pm on beIN Sport. The USMNT knows that a win will advance them to the World Cup. Trinidad & Tobago started the October qualifiers . . .
Though most of the league is taking the international break off, there are still MLS games on the weekend soccer TV schedule. New York plays Vancouver on UniMas. The rest of the weekend schedule is all about World Cup qualifying and the U-17 World Cup. New York Red Bulls vs Vancouver Whitecaps at 5pm on Saturday on UniMas. The Red Bulls hold the last playoff spot in the East, four points ahead of . . .
World Cup qualifying resumes in CONCACAF on Friday's soccer TV schedule with the USMNT looking for three points at home against Panama. Costa Rica hosts Honduras and Mexico is at home against Trinidad & Tobago. There are also World Cup qualifiers on the schedule from Europe and Africa and the U-17 World Cup begins in India. USMNT vs Panama at 7:30pm on ESPN2. All USMNT fans know what's at . . .
The weekend soccer TV schedule has Chelsea hosting Manchester City in the Premier League and MLS on Univision on Saturday. In the Bundesliga, FS1 has Borussia Dortmund at Augsburg. On Sunday, it's a 1pm start in MLS for Philadelphia vs Seattle. Chelsea vs Manchester City at 12:30pm on Saturday on NBCSN. Manchester City is top of the Premier League table after six games, tied on 16 points with . . .
The weekend soccer TV schedule has a Sunday MLS doubleheader on Fox. Yes, two MLS games on national television. Well, sort of. Fox isn't distributing either game across the country. Check the map to see if it's on in your area. The day before, NBC is going with Leicester City hosting Liverpool in the Premier League. All games in Liga MX are postponed due to the earthquake. Atlanta United vs . . .
The London derby is on CNBC on Sunday, with most of us thinking cable news when considering our options on the weekend soccer TV schedule. Also on the schedule, MLS is on Univision on Saturday with Atlanta hosting Orlando as their run of home games continues. That game should set a new attendance record for the league. Chelsea vs Arsenal at 8:30am on Sunday on CNBC. It's the marquee version of . . .
Wednesday's soccer TV schedule has more from the group stage kickoffs in the Champions League. Christian Pulisic's Borussia Dortmund open their Group H schedule at Wembley Stadium. Also from the Champions League, Real Madrid is at home on FS2. The Copa MX schedule continues on Univision Deportes and ESPN Deportes. Spurs vs Borussia Dortmund in Champions League Group H on FS1 at 2:45pm. It's a . . .
Coverage of the 2017-18 Champions League group stage begins on Tuesday's soccer TV schedule. Group D opens with a meeting of two super clubs with Barcelona hosting Juventus. Manchester United is also in action. Barcelona vs Juventus in Group D of the Champions League at 2:45pm on FS1. Group D isn't playing around with Barcelona, Juventus, Sporting, and Olympiacos. It might be tempting to pencil . . .
The weekend soccer TV schedule has Atlanta opening their new stadium on Sunday on FS1. There are two more MLS games available on national cable on Sunday. Geoff Cameron's Stoke City gets the national TV coverage, hosting Manchester United on NBC on Saturday. Atlanta United vs FC Dallas at 3:30pm on Sunday on FS1. Atlanta United's successful home run at Bobby Dodd Stadium is over, with the team . . .