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World Soccer Talk debuts specific TV schedules for soccer teams

TV schedules for soccer teams

In a new feature, World Soccer Talk’s TV schedules for soccer teams keeps fans up to speed. Whether that be what providers carry each team’s games or an actual TV schedule, the team pages have it all.

The launch of the TV schedules for soccer teams is fairly diverse. With teams in Italy, England, Spain, Germany, France and Mexico on the current list, the true world soccer fan can rest assured with the most up-to-date information.

There are several features included in these pages. The main one is, of course, the TV schedule. However, some people simply want to learn more about a club. Therefore, World Soccer Talk included links to each club’s social media pages. There, soccer fans, regardless of team they support, get a deeper look at each club.

Also, there is a team lineup graphic. With these major clubs, it is challenging to predict each lineup for each game given injuries, form, tactics and more reasons. However, each TV schedule for a soccer team page has a potential lineup with more information of substitutes and replacements.

Finally, there is a list of feature news and stories compiled by World Soccer Talk over the years. For some clubs, it could be a greatest starting XI of all time. For others, it could be transfer aims or financial issues affecting the club.

TV schedules for soccer teams

The biggest part, and likely most important part for soccer fans, of these team pages is the TV schedule. World Soccer Talk provides all the information necessary for when and how to watch each of a certain club’s games over the next two weeks.

Take, for example, Liverpool. Liverpool plays in many different competitions. Whether it be a Premier League game, Champions League game, FA Cup tie or even a friendly, the team schedule page will show anything within two weeks of when you, the user, checks out the page.

You can access all of these pages via the top bar of the World Soccer Talk website. The “TEAMS” dropdown features all of the current sides with designated pages.

As of writing, the Premier League teams featured include Arsenal, Spurs, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United and Man City. In Serie A, we’ve got Juventus. Liga MX heavyweights Chivas, América and Cruz Azul are featured. So too are the European powerhouses such as PSG, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid. And last but not least, we have a USMNT TV schedule page so you won’t miss any upcoming Team USA games.

World Soccer Talk® is the leading media company for U.S. viewers delivering the most comprehensive world soccer TV & streaming schedules combined with the latest soccer news and information. Launched in 2005, World Soccer Talk has served more than 46 million soccer fans generating an average 4.3 million page views every year.

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  1. Sean Johansen

    May 5, 2022 at 1:34 pm

    Thanks muchly

  2. Sean+Johansen

    April 28, 2022 at 2:28 pm

    I can’t see Manchester United yet

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