USA vs Cuba, Beach World Cup and More on TV

USA Draws Panama in Final Gold Cup Soccer group Match

A day without soccer it seems, as the Gold Cup takes a break until the Quarterfinals this weekend. The action ramps up quickly again Friday however and I’ve got the highlights for you. As always, bookmark my Soccer on TV calendar to see all of the live options available. It’s not completely quiet Thursday with […]

EPL Season Starts in Four Weeks


NBC Sports Group has released its television schedule for the first two months of the English Premier League season. The TV slate features live coverage of all 70 matches beginning Saturday, August 8 at 6:45 am CT on NBCSN with Manchester United v. Tottenham. The networks of NBCUniversal will present at least five games each […]

Soccer on TV This Weekend


Happy Independence Day to all! I’m glad to see that the weather looks prepared to cooperate with most of our gatherings and celebrations with friends and family. There’s at least one game that is going to pull us inside on Sunday as the US Women’s National team faces Japan in the 2015 World Cup Final. […]

A Beautiful Game


Despite last nights shock ending that sends Japan to the World Cup Final against the USA Sunday, there are games of equal if not greater import going on. Fox Soccer shared this one post-game last night. A wonderful story from Fox Sports. Well done!

Copa America Opens


Chile are determined to build on their World Cup showing and progress deep into the Copa America on home soil, according to captain Claudio Bravo. Jorge Sampaoli and Co. host the 44th edition of the Copa America and open the tournament against Group A rivals Ecuador in Santiago on Thursday. What: Copa America Opener – […]

Sepp Blatter Stepping Down, Calls for New Election


Via The Guardian: Sepp Blatter is to resign. He continues: “I will organise extraordinary congress for a replacement for me as president. I will not stand. I am now free from the constraints of an election. I will be in a position to focus on profound reforms. For many years we have called for reforms. […]

USWNT Final Friendly, Four Cups and more

April 4, 2015:  Hope Solo (1) of the USA during the International friendly between the USA Women's National Team and New Zealand at Busch Stadium in St. Louis Missouri. Team USA wins 4 - 0. (Photo: Danny Reise/

The U.S. Women’s National Team will conclude its three-game Send-Off Series leading into the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup when it takes on Korea Republic today at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey. The match is almost sold out for what will be the U.S. WNT’s final game before departing to Canada to begin […]

FIFA Officials Arrested, Face Extradition to USA


Via the New York Times – Swiss authorities began an extraordinary early-morning operation here Wednesday to arrest several top soccer officials and extradite them to the United States on federal corruption charges. As leaders of FIFA, soccer’s global governing body, gathered for their annual meeting, Swiss law enforcement officials arrived unannounced at the Baur au […]

English Premier League Sunday Finale Relegation Battles


NBC/Universal presents a blockbuster “Championship Sunday,” with all 10 matches presented live simultaneously on 10 different NBC/Universal television networks this Sunday, May 24 at 9 a.m. CT. NBC and TELEMUNDO host coverage of Hull City v. Manchester United, with 2014-15 Champions Chelsea v. Sunderland on NBCSN and NBC UNIVERSO. In addition, all 10 matches will […]

Will it be Barca vs Juve in the Champions League Final?

The 2nd leg of the UEFA Champions League semifinals will be played Tuesday and Wednesday this week, leading up the the Final on Saturday June 6th (Amsterdam Tavern will be packed!) Find some time to catch these matches as they often exceed the Final. If the post-match mood was any kind of guide, then FC […]