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Soccer Friendlies on U.S. TV (March 26, 2008)

For soccer fans in the United States, it’s often confusing trying to figure out which matches will be on what channels. Especially today when there are so many friendlies being played around the world. So to make life easier, here’s where you can find the matches on TV today:

Estonia v Canada, Noon ET, Setanta Sports
Egypt v Argentina, 2pm ET, GolTV
Ghana v Mexico, 3:30pm ET, Telemundo
Poland v USA, 3:30pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel
Switzerland v Germany, 3:45pm ET, Setanta Sports

France v England, 4pm ET, Setanta Premium (check your nearest pub here) or purchase it via pay-per-view for $24.95

Brazil v Sweden, 5:30pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel [delayed]
Scotland v Croatia, 11pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel [delayed]

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4 Responses to Soccer Friendlies on U.S. TV (March 26, 2008)

  1. dragonki2012 says:

    thanks for that,
    i dont have to go thru the tv guide and find out what’s playing where

  2. United4life says:

    I noticed this weekends Old Firm match will be shown on FSC on Sunday night. Does anybody know if FSC will continue to show SPL matches?I know they used to show all Celtic/Rangers game on tape delay.

  3. Simon Burke says:

    25 for England – hilarious. A friendly with a gazillion players used – I can watch Chelsea v Arsenal for free on FSC at the weekend and yet they want me to pay for this – daft. No chance.

  4. Bet Blogger says:

    Well I hope people didn’t bother with the England game in the end – awful. I honestly thought this friendly would be entertaining but so it turned out to be as dull as pretty much every other friendly over the past few years. Clearly players with much to play for still for their clubs were playing at half-pace so as not to get injured and this was no more than an exhibition game to ensure Beckham got his 100th cap. Very disappointing.

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