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Weekend TV

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All times EST


DC United- New England  7pm ESPN 2


Aston Villa- West Ham   9:30 am SETANTA

Boro-Fulham  4:30 pm FSC

Puerto Rico Islanders-Vancouver  7pm USL LIVE

Carolina-Rochester  7pm USL LIVE

RBNY- RSL   7:30 pm MLSDK

Charleston-Montreal 8pm USL LIVE

Moreila- Pachuca 8 pm ESPN Deportes

Miami FC-Cleveland 8pm USL LIVE

Chicago-KC Wiz   8:30pm FSC

Austin-Minnesota 8:30pm USL LIVE

Nexaca-Tigres  10pm Telefutura

SJ-LA Galaxy   10:30pm MLSDK

Seattle-Chivas USA 10:30pm MLSDK


Man U- Everton 11am FSC

Houston-Colorado 3pm Telefutura

Santos-Atlas, 5pm Univision

Chicago Red Stars-Sky Blue FC 6pm FSC

FC Dallas-Toronto  7pm MLS DK

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About Kartik Krishnaiyer

A lifelong lover of soccer, the beautiful game, he served from January 2010 until May 2013 as the Director of Communications and Public Relations for the North American Soccer League (NASL). Raised on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the old NASL, Krishnaiyer previously hosted the American Soccer Show on the Champions Soccer Radio Network, the Major League Soccer Talk podcast and the EPL Talk Podcast. His soccer writing has been featured by several media outlets including The Guardian and The Telegraph. He is the author of the book Blue With Envy about Manchester City FC.
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8 Responses to Weekend TV

  1. Rebecca says:

    You left off Arsenal – Chelsea 12pm SETANTA under Saturday.

  2. Rebecca,

    We only list matches where Americans are featured. Neither Chelsea nor Arsenal has any American footballers. That’s why it was not listed.

  3. Lars says:

    I believe you maybe be able to watch the TFC FCD game on for free.

  4. Rebecca says:

    Ah, that makes sense. I’m a new reader. I made it over this way from with Jamie Trecker’s mention on being on the podcast from his most recent time. I thoroughly enjoyed y’all talking about the men’s national team world cup qualifying matches. (I mentioned the Arsenal-Chelsea game as an Arsenal fan, fyi.) Will enjoy all the American soccer, as well.

  5. Thanks Rebbecca. Hope you enjoy the rest of the site and you can also download the previous podcasts via Itunes.

  6. Mexican Football says:

    ESPN in Spanish has rights to the Mexican 1st Division? I thought only Univision networks, Aztec TV America and Teleworld had U.S. rights. Kartik, can you give us details on the rights to the Mexican league in the US? Thanx

    • Deportes has the rights to Moreila home games through Azteca. Azteca America shows most Monarcas home matches but some are sold to ESPN.

      The Televisa teams go to Telemundo and Univision’s family have the non Televisa/non Azteca owned clubs.

      Confusing? Yes, but more football from Mexico on the tube is a good thing not a bad thing!

  7. Mexican Football says:

    Yes, that is confusing, but hey, any football info you can provide us, Kartik, is better than nothing. So keep up the good work.

    If you have the time, can you also provide TV ratings for the CONCACAF CL? I wonder how it’s been doing on English and Spanish American TV, as well on ESPN Latin America.

    Any info you have on TV rights for football in North America would be cool. Like, why wasn’t there English broadcasts of the Superleague. And stuff like that.

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