GolTV to Broadcast Germany v England Friendly on U.S. TV

goltv logo GolTV to Broadcast Germany v England Friendly on U.S. TVGolTV has achieved quite a coup in the United States by acquiring the exclusive rights to Germany’s 2010 World Cup qualifying matches. The U.S-based broadcaster has also acquired rights to six friendlies involving the German national team. Most importantly, especially for EPL Talk readers, is that one of those matches is the friendly against England, scheduled November 19, 2008 in Berlin, Germany.

In Germany’s 2010 World Cup qualifying matches, they face the following teams in their group: Wales, Russia, Finland, Azerbaijan and Liechtenstein.

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4 Responses to GolTV to Broadcast Germany v England Friendly on U.S. TV

  1. m says:

    how come it say’s goaltv will be broadcasting game yet on my comcast listing it say’s that the game will not be shown? Does anyone know if it will realy be passed and if so at what time?

  2. m says:

    anyone know if any tv channel will broadcast usa vs. england?

  3. Michael says:

    ESPN Classic, tomorrow.

  4. The Gaffer says:


    The game will be broadcast on ESPN Classic at 3pm ET. See http://epltalk.com/england-usa-friendly-on-tv/2133 for more details.

    The Gaffer

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