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June 19th, 2009 10AM

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The SuperLiga competition -- Mexican clubs vs. MLS clubs -- kicks off this weekend with a pair of games on both Saturday and Sunday. In the USL Game of the Week, Portland hosts Minnesota. The weekend is full of MLS action and a WPS clash between Los Angeles and FC Gold Pride. Weekend FIFA Confederations Cup action includes USA-Egypt and Italy-Brazil on Sunday.

(All times Eastern unless noted. TV programming is always subject to change. Check your local listings.)

FRIDAY, June 19

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
USL
PORTLAND-MINNESOTA (live), 11 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
UEFA U-21 Championship
SWEDEN-ITALY (live), 10 am.
UEFA U-21 Championship BELARUS-SERBIA (live), 12:10 pm.

SATURDAY, June 20

MLS DIRECT KICK
MLS
NEW YORK-SEATTLE (live), 7:30 pm.
MLS HOUSTON-REAL SALT LAKE (live), 8:30 pm.
MLS COLORADO-D.C. UNITED (live), 9:30 pm.

ESPN2
FIFA Confederations 2009
SPAIN-SOUTH AFRICA (live), 2:25 pm.
MLS SAN JOSE-LOS ANGELES (live), 4:30 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
MLS
SAN JOSE-LOS ANGELES (live), 4:30 pm.

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
MLS
FC DALLAS-COLUMBUS (live), 8:30 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
USL
PORTLAND-MINNESOTA (delay), 1 pm.
MLS FC DALLAS-COLUMBUS (delay), 11:30 pm.

GOL TV
Brazil
ATL. PARANAENSE-PALMEIRAS (live), 3 pm.

TELEFUTURA
FIFA Confederations 2009
IRAQ-NEW ZEALAND (live), 2:30 pm.
SuperLiga CHICAGO-SAN LUIS (live) 8 pm.
SuperLiga CHIVAS USA-TIGRES (live) 10 pm.

UNIVISION
FIFA Confederations 2009
SPAIN-SOUTH AFRICA (live), 2:30 pm.

SUNDAY, June 21

ESPN
FIFA Confederations 2009
ITALY-BRAZIL (live), 2:30 pm.

ESPN2
FIFA Confederations Cup 2009
EGYPT-USA (live), 2:30 pm.

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
WPS
LOS ANGELES-FC GOLD PRIDE (live), 6 pm.
Argentina LANUS-VELEZ SARSFIELD (delay), 8 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
Argentina
LANUS-VELEZ SARSFIELD (live), 4 pm.
WPS LOS ANGELES-FC GOLD PRIDE (delay), midnight.

GOL TV
Uruguay NACIONAL-DEFENSOR (live), 3 pm.
Colombia LA EQUIDAD-TOLIMA (delay), 5 pm.
Colombia CALI-JUNOR (live), 7 pm.
Brazil FLAMENGO-INTERNACIONAL (delay), 9 pm.

TELEFUTURA
FIFA Confederations 2009
EGYPT-USA (live), 2:30 pm.
Superliga KANSAS CITY-ATLAS (live), 4:30 pm.
Superliga NEW ENGLAND-SANTOS (live) 6:30 pm.

UNIVISION
FIFA Confederations 2009
ITALY-BRAZIL (live), 2:30 pm.

MONDAY, June 22

SETANTA SPORTS USA
UEFA U-21 Championship
(live), 2:45 pm.

 



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