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Where To Find Kazahkstan v England On U.S. TV

2010 world cup Where To Find Kazahkstan v England On U.S. TV

Today’s important World Cup qualifier between Kazahkstan and England kicks off at 11am ET on Setanta Premium in the United States. You can either watch the match in select pubs nationwide that carry the Setanta pub channel (you may need to pay an admission charge), or you can watch it via pay-per-view through our local cable or satellite provider for $24.95.

Here are the other World Cup qualifying matches on U.S. TV today [Saturday, June 6, 2009) (all times eastern):

  • Azerbaijan v Wales, 11am, Setanta Sports
  • Qatar v Australia, Noon, Fox Soccer Channel
  • Bulgaria v Ireland, 1:30pm, Setanta Premium/PPV
  • Croatia v Ukraine, 2:15pm, Setanta Premium/PPV
  • Sweden v Denmark, 1:55pm, Setanta Sports
  • Serbia v Austria, 2:30pm, Fox Soccer Channel
  • Italy v Northern Ireland, 2:40pm, GolTV
  • Uruguay v Brazil, 3pm, Setanta Premium
  • Macedonia v Norway, 4:30pm, Fox Soccer Channel
  • Argentina v Colombia, 5pm, Setanta Premium
  • Paraguay v Chile, 6:50pm, Setanta Premium
  • USA v Honduras, 8:30pm, ESPN
  • Iceland v Netherlands, 8:30pm [tape delay], Setanta Sports

And on Sunday, June 7, 2009:

  • Peru v Ecuador, 4:30pm, Setanta Premium

For me, it’s going to be a busy day with the family so I’ll end up recording most of these matches to watch later (those that aren’t on PPV/Setanta Premium). This will be the last big hurrah for European football fans before the summer officially begins, so you may want to make the most of it! Since I’m Welsh, the one I’m keeping my eyes on the most is Azerbaijan against Wales to see how John Toshack’s youngsters do. But there are plenty of other interesting matches in store today including a depleted England squad away to Kazahkstan.


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