Soccer on TV


An MLS doubleheader is on tap for Friday  includes a game between two teams that recently fired their head coaches, Orlando City and Houston .. More MLS action and a USA-South Africa women's friendly top the docket Saturday.'

The NWSL streams games live on the NWSL YouTube channel.

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(All times Easternunless noted. TV programming is always subject to change. Besides the exclusive streaming programming listed here, many networks make TV programming available on streaming devices -- online, tablets and mobile. Check your local listings and network programming listings. Soccer on TV is updated daily throughout the day.) 

FRIDAY, July 8

UniMas
Major League Soccer
ORLANDO-HOUSTON (live) 8 pm.
SAN JOSE-DALLAS (live) 10:30 pm.


SATURDAY, July 9

BeIN SPORTS
North American Soccer League
INDY ELEVEN-MINNESOTA UNITED (live) 7:30 pm.

ESPN
Major League Soccer
SEATTLE-LA GALAXY (live) 3 pm.

FOX SPORTS 1
Women's International Friendly
USA-SOUTH AFRICA (live) 1 pm.

ONE WORLD SPORTS
North American Soccer League
MIAMI-NY COSMOS (live) 8 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
Major League Soccer
SEATTLE-LA GALAXY (live) 3 pm.

GOLTV
Brazil
CHAPECOENSE-CORINTHIANS (live) 3:30 pm.
North American Soccer League
MIAMI-NY COSMOS (live) 8 pm.

MLS DIRECT KICK/MLS LIVE
Major League Soccer
PHILADELPHIA-D.C. UNITED (live) 7 pm.
TORONTO-CHICAGO (live) 7:30 pm.
NEW ENGLAND-COLUMBUS (live) 7:30 pm.
VANCOUVER-COLORADO (live) 10 pm.
REAL SALT LAKE-MONTREAL (live) 10 pm.


SUNDAY, July 10

ESPN 
European Championship Final
FRANCE-PORTUGAL (live) 3 pm.

ESPN2
Major League Soccer
NY RED BULLS-PORTLAND (live) 6 pm.

FOX SPORTS 1
Major League Soccer
SPORTING KANSAS CITY-NEW YORK CITY FC (live) 8 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
European Championship Final
FRANCE-PORTUGAL (live) 3 pm.

GOLTV
Brazil
SAO PAULO-AMERICA MG (live) 3 pm.
VITORIA-FLUMINENSE (live) 6:30 pm.

* U.S. Leagues: Live Streaming

NWSL -- NWSL YouTube (free)
USL -- USL YouTube (free)
MLS -- MLS Live

16 comments about "Soccer on TV".
  1. jason tims, May 30, 2016 at 2:09 p.m.

    Forgot to mention the US Open Cup games on wednesday

  2. Brian Something, June 3, 2016 at 4:16 p.m.

    Are those broadcast on television?

  3. David V, June 11, 2016 at 12:55 p.m.

    And you get to see debut of guilty drunk driver (running red lights)...http://www.socceramerica.com/article/68683/tv-report-wambach-joins-espn.html

  4. R2 Dad replied, June 13, 2016 at 10:26 p.m.

    If NFL fans were such prudes there wouldn't have been any Oakland fans--ever. Turns out NFL announcer Frank Gifford was not so clean cut. So we don't really care how straight-laced they are, just that the folks in the booth are entertaining. Hopefully she's not a bore.

  5. Joseph LaRose replied, June 25, 2016 at 7:33 p.m.

    This comment section of SA is always full of mouth breathers. I expect y'all are all over 40, expect for a few. Must have sucked watching the US suck even harder all those years before '94.

  6. Joseph LaRose replied, June 25, 2016 at 7:35 p.m.

    And, I'll never comment again. This is some seriously old school shit. I didn't even want to comment to that link.

  7. Brian Something replied, August 13, 2016 at 5:21 p.m.

    This is not Peter Vermes' debut. He's coached many games since his DUI plea.

  8. David V, June 11, 2016 at 4:02 p.m.

    Who else is sick of all the ESPN UK-Bias reporters, reporting everything thing as if the U.S.A is England-West? Don't you get tired of these guys talking to you about everything as if you were an English expatriate?

  9. R2 Dad replied, June 13, 2016 at 10:20 p.m.

    sorry, only the old guys are complaining. all the kids play FIFA 2016 and are used to the commentators being brits. and they're not all the same--everyone has favorites. I actually tire of all the american voices--what does Dwight Stones know about the game? I liked the espn lineup with that old argentinian guy, who kept the ginger ninja in check.

  10. Brian Something replied, June 15, 2016 at 9:13 p.m.

    You mean you mind the incessant references to obscure Premier League matches from 20 years ago regardless of what teams/players are in action?

  11. David V, June 11, 2016 at 5:01 p.m.

    ENGLAND-West reporters on ESPN are so disappointed about Russia (even Mike Ballack has to curtail his lack of bias for England because he is working for an England-West TV station).

  12. Julio Moreira, June 20, 2016 at 12:04 p.m.

    I actually enjoy the commentators and broadcasters very much, Lalas as always is very good, have some good chemistry with Fernando Fiori and in general they are informative and their knowledge of the game is excellent
    .I.m fully bilingual but I see the games in English, much more pleasant to the ears, try the Spanish and they have a not so good crew.
    Thank you Guys, keep up the good work⚽️⚽️⚽️

  13. Ginger Peeler, June 21, 2016 at 5:54 p.m.

    I'm with you, Julio! Fiori is an absolute hoot!! Lalas is highly opinionated, but tends to be right a lot. And when he's wrong, he doesn't hesitate to admit it. I like when Wynalda is doing the color commentary and I would l like to hear Donovan do a couple more games to see if he can get comfortable with it. I'm okay with most of the Brits except for Ian Darke. He's so steeped in Premier League minutiae, I feel my eyes crossing as soon as he begins talking and I lose interest.

  14. David V, June 27, 2016 at 3:02 p.m.

    you guys are talking about a refreshing 30%, the rest are UK reporters... what a sales job they've done on UK-West (er, USA)... go Iceland!

  15. David V, June 27, 2016 at 3:03 p.m.

    GO ICELAND!

  16. Karl Schreiber, July 7, 2016 at 10:39 p.m.

    You could skip Ian Darke et al by subscribing to the Spanish language package, even if your Spanish is limited. At least you get the ambient sound. But I agree, too many EPL references. On the other hand, I remember the days when we had NO soccer on TV and had to watch the Euros or the World Cup on close-circuit TV.

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