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Where To Watch La Liga This Weekend On US TV and Internet

soccer on tv Where To Watch La Liga This Weekend On US TV and Internet

After the excitement of the Spanish Super Cup between Real Madrid and Barcelona, it’s a great feeling to know that the 2011-12 La Liga season is returning this weekend after a week of strikes by the players association.

For those of you who live in the United States, here’s where you can watch La Liga games on television and Internet this weekend:

Saturday, August 27, 2011:

  • Real Sporting Gijon v Real Sociedad, Noon ET, ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes
  • Valencia v Racing Santander, 2pm ET, GolTV

Sunday, August 28, 2011:

  • Mallorca v Espanyol, Noon ET, ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes
  • Real Zaragoza v Real Madrid, 2pm ET, GolTV
  • Seville v Malaga, 4pm ET, GolTV

Monday, August 29, 2011:

  • Barcelona v Villarreal, 3pm ET, ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes

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One Response to Where To Watch La Liga This Weekend On US TV and Internet

  1. Efrain says:

    Shame that ESPN or GolTV will not air the Barca game on Monday. Its nice to have the ESPN3 option. I assume ESPN2 has an EPL game around the same time, but it would be nice if GolTv could air it. Wish it was the other way around and ESPN had Barca away games with GolTv having the home games.

    So far, ESPN3′s picture quality on my tv through my xbox has not been as good as last year.

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