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Soccer on TV

On Saturday, the USA hosts Colombia in a women's friendly. The U.S. U-20s begin knockout play at the Concacaf men's championship.

Programming Note: In addition to Univision outlets, the Concacaf U-20 Men's Championship is available on the Concacaf App, and its Facebook and YouTube channels.

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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.

(All times are Eastern unless noted; all games are live except otherwise noted. Games on same-day delay are included in some cases.) 

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SATURDAY, June 25
 
ABC
Major League Soccer
Seattle-Kansas City 3 pm.
 
ESPN
USL Championship
Hartford-Louisville 1 pm.
Major League Soccer
D.C.-Nashville 5 pm.
 
FS1
Women’s International Friendly
USA-Colombia 7:30 pm.
 
ESPN DEPORTES
Major League Soccer
Seattle-Kansas City 3 pm.
D.C.-Nashville 5 pm.
 
FOX DEPORTES
Men's Club Friendly
Monterrey-America de Cali 8 pm.
 
GOLTV
Uruguay
Danubio-Nacional 2 pm.
Peru
Sporting Cristal-Alianza Atl. 4:30 pm.
 
TUDN
UEFA U-19 Championship
Israel-England 2 pm.
Major League Soccer
Houston-Chicago 8 pm.
 
UNIMAS
Major League Soccer
Houston-Chicago 8 pm.
 
ESPN3
UEFA U-19 Championship
Israel-England 11:30 am.
Austria-Serbia 2 pm.
 
ESPN+
Major League Soccer
Montreal-Charlotte 7:30 pm.
Toronto-Atlanta 7:30 pm.
Miami-Minnesota 8 pm.
Austin-Dallas 9 pm.
Salt Lake-Columbus 10 pm.
Portland-Colorado 10:30 pm.
USL Championship
Miami-La Galaxy II 7 pm.
Pittsburgh-Tampa Bay 7 pm.
Orange County-Loudoun 8 pm.
Tulsa-Charleston 8:30 pm.
Memphis-Detroit 8:30 pm.
New Mexico-Birmingham 9 pm.
El Paso-NYRB II 9:30 pm.
Monterey Bay-Sacramento 10 pm.
Oakland-Atlanta II 10 pm.
San Diego-Indy 10 pm.
USL League One
Greenville-Northern Colorado 7 pm.
Tormenta-Omaha 7:30 pm.
Chattanooga-Tucson 7:30 pm.
Central Valley-North Carolina 10:30 pm.
 
PARAMOUNT+
Argentina Primera Division
Defensa y Justicia-Velez Sarsfield 2:30 pm.
Talleres Cordoba-Central Cordoba SdE 2:30 pm.
Colon-Huracan 5 pm.
Estudiantes-Newell’s Old Boys 5 pm.
River Plate-Lanus 7:30 pm.
Brazilian Brasileirão
Athletico PR-RB Bragantino 3:30 pm.
Corinthians-Santos 6 pm.
Flamengo-America Mineiro 6 pm.
Atlético Mineiro-Fortaleza 8 pm.

ViX
Concacaf Under-20 Men's Championship
Cuba-Panama 4 pm.
Costa Rica-Trinidad & Tobago 6 pm.
USA-Nicaragua 8:30 pm.
Honduras-Curacao 10:30 pm.
Women’s International Friendly
Mexico-Peru 8:50 pm.

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SUNDAY, June 26
 
ABC
Major League Soccer
LAFC-NYRB 3 pm.
 
FS1
Major League Soccer
Philadelphia-NYCFC 6 pm.
 
ESPN DEPORTES
Major League Soccer
LAFC-NYRB 3 pm.
 
FOX DEPORTES
Major League Soccer
Philadelphia-NYCFC 6 pm.
 
GOLTV
Peru
AD Cantolao-ADT Tarma Noon.
César Vallejo-Binacional 2 pm.
Sport Huancayo-Universitario 4:30 pm.
Alianza Lima-Ayacucho 7 pm. 
 
TUDN
Liga MX (Campeon de Campeones 2022)

Atlas-Cruz Azul 8:30 pm.
 
UNIVISION
Liga MX (Campeon de Campeones 2022)
Atlas-Cruz Azul 8:30 pm.
 
ESPN+
Swedish Allsvenskan 
Hammarby-BK Hacken 9 am.
Major League Soccer
Vancouver-New England 8 pm.
USL League One
Charlotte-Madison 6 pm.
 
PARAMOUNT+
Argentina Primera Division
San Lorenzo-Tigre Noon.
Platense-Sarmiento 2:30 pm.
Racing Club-Aldosivi 5 pm.
Argentinos Juniors-Arsenal 7:30 pm.
Brazilian Brasileirão
Avaí-Palmeiras 3 pm.
Botafogo-Fluminense 3 pm.
Ceara-Atletico Goianiense 5 pm.
Goiás-Cuiabá 5 pm.
Sao Paolo-Juventude 5 pm.

ViX
Concacaf Under-20 Men's Championship
Guatemala-Canada 4 pm.
Haiti-Jamaica 6 pm.
El Salvador-Dominican Republic 8:30 pm.
Mexico-Puerto Rico 10:30 pm.

2 comments about "Soccer on TV".
  1. Santiago 1314, June 2, 2022 at 6:36 a.m.

    Pretty sure it's grEnada, because grAnada is a City in Spain... We would be better Served playing GrAnada, then GrEnada...Even though they got Relegated... Grenada (pop. 111k) Granada (232k)

  2. Bob Ashpole, June 20, 2022 at 5:26 p.m.

    Thank goodness for Spanish language networks or else I would miss a lot of US internatinal matches. For a long time the big English language networks get exclusive rights and then don't broadcast the ones that they feel won't get a big enough share of the market.

    My impression is that the problem is not the soccer, but rather the broadcaster's production including the commentators. Even when they do carry the matches, 90% of the time I watch the Spanish language broadcasts. I speak Spanish very poorly, but I get more out of their shows.

    I wonder if the ratings are artificially low because a lot of people record the matches and then watch them at a convenient time. I suspect this doesn't get counted in the share. How different the ratings would be if recording the match counted as watching the match. 

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