US TV Schedule For Today’s Games Featuring Real Madrid, Man Utd, Arsenal, Spurs & More Plus Open Thread

Six matches featuring international clubs will be played across the United States today including the likes of Real Madrid, Manchester United, Arsenal and even Fulham.

With so many games scheduled, many of them overlapping, the toughest challenge soccer fans will have tonight is figuring which games to watch. Or hopping from channel to channel.

For those of you who will be watching on television and/or online, here’s the TV/Internet schedule for today’s International Champions Cup games and friendlies.

• Manchester United vs AS Roma (International Champions Cup), 4pm, FOX, ESPN Deportes, and FOX Soccer 2Go

• New York Red Bulls vs Arsenal, 5pm, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes+

• Real Madrid vs Inter Milan, 6pm, FOX Sports 2, ESPN Deportes, and FOX Soccer 2Go

• DC United vs Fulham, 6pm, no TV (radio commentary instead)

• Houston Dynamo vs Aston Villa, 9pm,

• Chicago Fire vs Tottenham Hotspur, 8pm, ESPN

If you’re an Arsenal fan, tonight marks the first time in 25 years that the Gunners will be playing in the United States.

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

14 thoughts on “US TV Schedule For Today’s Games Featuring Real Madrid, Man Utd, Arsenal, Spurs & More Plus Open Thread”

  1. Tom Cleverley starts as captain today for Manchester United over Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata. Interesting!

  2. Which goal did you think was better? Rooney or Mata?

    Two world-class goals, but completely different.

  3. Jon Champion on ESPN. So much better than JP and his constant time checks.

    Where is the clueless screaming idiot? A bunch of friendlies is perfect on the job training.

  4. Chicharito needs a new start at another club to reignite his career. Somewhere like Stoke or West Ham where he’d benefit playing along the line. Hate to see him waste away his best playing days in pointless cup games for Man Utd.

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