Live soccer games on US TV for January 27
FOX Soccer: FOX Soccer has one fourth round FA Cup contest this Friday. Everton face off against Fulham, and coverage of that contest begins at 3:00 pm.
FOX Soccer Plus: FSP also has a single FA Cup game this coming Friday afternoon. Watford vs. Tottenham Hotspur kicks off at approximately 2:40 pm.
GolTV: GolTV gives you a live nighttime soccer match from Mexico. Correcaminos take on Veracruz, and that game is scheduled to begin at 9:30 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for January 28
FOX Soccer: FOX Soccer gives fans four live games on Saturday. Your day starts with three FA Cup matches. Liverpool vs. Manchester United kicks off at 7:30 am. Derby County host Stoke City, and that game is scheduled to begin at 10:00 am. Then, Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Newcastle United takes place at noon. A Serie A match, Juventus vs. Udinese, ends FOX Soccer’s day. Coverage of that game begins at 2:30 pm.
FOX Soccer Plus: FSP will air three live games this coming Saturday. Queens Park Rangers host Chelsea, and that game will start at 6:55 am. Leicester City vs. Swindon starts at about 9:55 am. The channel’s final live game of the day, Catania vs. Parma, begins at 11:55 am.
GolTV: GolTV has two La Liga matches on Saturday. Rayo Vallecano vs. Ath. Bilbao kicks off at noon. Real Madrid vs. Zaragoza immediately follows at 2:00 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for January 29
FOX Soccer: Four more live games finish off FOX Soccer’s weekend. Plan for a late night, as Adelaide United vs. Perth Glory, an A-League match, begins at 1:00 am. Lecce face Inter Milan at 9:00 am. Arsenal vs. Aston Villa immediately follows at 11:00 am. The station’s final match of the weekend, AC Milan vs. Cagliari, begins at 2:30 pm.
FOX Soccer Plus: FSP will show three live games on Sunday. Plan to wake up bright and early, as Fiorentina take on Siena at 6:25 am. Sunderland then host Middlesbrough in an FA Cup game at 8:25 am. Stade Rennais FC vs. Olympique de Marseille starts at 2:55 pm.
GolTV: GolTV, like FSP, will show three live games this Sunday. Stuttgart take on Borussia M’gladbach in a Bundesliga match at 11:30 am. Corinthians face off against Linense at 2:00 pm. The channel’s last game of the weekend, Malaga vs. Sevilla, starts at 4:00 pm.
As always, check your local listings for channel availability, scheduling conflicts and to see lists of match replays airing on the stations listed above throughout the upcoming weekend.