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Highlighting this weekend's MLS slate is Cuauhtemoc Blanco's visit to the New York Red Bulls with the Chicago Fire on Saturday.


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Soccer on TV

David Beckham hopes to be back to the field for Los Angeles when it faces Pachuca in the SuperLiga final on Wednesday (TeleFutura). The USA faces Germany in the round of 16 of the U-17 World Cup on Thursday, early morning U.S. time (ESPNU).


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Soccer on TV

The Italian Serie A (Fox) and Spanish La Liga (Gol TV) seasons kick off this weekend. There's six MLS games and the USL-2 championship. In their final home game before departing for the Women's World Cup in China, the U.S. women face Finland on Saturday. The U.S. boys fight for survival in the U-17 World Cup very early on Sunday ...
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GAMES: Live and same-day delay on national TV

Midweek action includes a crowded slate on Wednesday, with Sweden-USA, Mexico-Colombia, Brazil-Algeria and England-Germany friendlies, plus two MLS clashes. The U-17 World Cup continues on ESPNU and Spanish-language Galavision (and on the Web at ESPN360.com). Click HERE for complete ESPNU & ESPN360.com schedule.


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Soccer On TV

The U-17 World Cup kicks off on Saturday (late on Friday night for West Coasters) and will be broadcast on ESPNU and Spanish-language Galavision (and on the Web at ESPN360.com). Click HERE for complete ESPNU & ESPN360.com schedule. The weekend also serves up EPL, Bundesliga and MLS action, including David Beckham and the Galaxy's clash at New ...
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Soccer on TV

The semifinals of the SuperLiga will be broadcast Tuesday and Wednesday on TeleFutura. The Under-17 World Cup begins this weekend on ESPNU.


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Soccer on TV

The Bundesliga kicks off on Friday with 2006-07 champion Stuttgart hosting runner-up Schalke. Defending English Premier League champion Manchester United begins its title defense on Sunday against Reading.


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Soccer on TV

American DaMarcus Beasley should be in action on Tuesday as Scottish club Rangers look to move on in UEFA Champions League qualifying. The Bundesliga kicks off on Friday with 2006-07 champion Stuttgart hosting runner-up Schalke. Defending English Premier League champion Manchester United begins its title defense on Sunday against Reading.


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Soccer on TV

With or without David Beckham, ESPN2 will be in Toronto for Sunday's MLS game between Toronto FC and the Los Angeles Galaxy. Manchester United faces Chelsea Sunday in the FA Community Shield. The Mexican season kicks off with eight First Division games on U.S. television.


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