Miami Beach, Florida (April 19, 2013) -- Juventus vs Milan is one of the biggest matches set to take place in Europe this weekend. LiveSoccerTV.com's data team has gathered information for live stream and TV schedules. The detailed list, sorted by country, features Canada, UK, USA, India and 125 other location around the world.
Matchday 33 in the Italian Serie A will save the best for last as big rivals Juventus and Milan will face off in Turin at 14:45 EST on Sunday, April 21. This match is a matter of first versus third in the standings. Antonio Conte’s men are on course to lifting the Scudetto while the Rossoneri are eying a second-place finish.
Both teams suffered an UEFA Champions League heartbreak and must now concentrate solely on their domestic campaign. Without Mario Balotelli who is suspended, what are Milan’s chances of upstaging La Vecchia Signora?
Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama and the United States are the six teams in contention for the three automatic World Cup spots.
The atmosphere is tense ahead of Honduras vs USA. Both teams are determined to commence this phase of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers on a high.
Mexico vs Jamaica is another big fixture on the night. El Tri, reigning Gold Cup champions, will be backed by the home crowd at the Estadio Azteca.
Panama and Costa Rica are seen as the underdogs of the CONCACAF Fourth Round six-team table. Both teams will clash at the Rommel Fernandez stadium at 21:00 local time.
Miami, Florida – 29 January 2013 -- The North American soccer audience anxiously anticipates Tuesday night’s international friendly match between North American rivals Canada and USA. This fixture, which opens the U.S. MNT’s Centennial Year celebration, is set to take place at the BBVA Compass Stadium at 21:00 EST.
Thanks to multiple channels available across the globe, fans who cannot make their way to the venue will be able to follow the action live from their television or computer screens. Live streaming and TV schedule information from various sections of the world has been made available on LiveSoccerTV.com’s USA vs Canada match page.
Watch the United States play to beat Jamaica on Watch ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 or Galavision from 20:00 EST this Tuesday. Another channel listed to provide live coverage in its available countries is Al Jazeera Sports +6.
USA vs Jamaica is not the only enticing CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match tonight. In Mexico, El Tri will look to extend their perfect run and hit 12 points against Costa Rica.
Millions of fans in Mexico will not have the chance to watch their national team at the stadium tonight. However, they will be able to follow the action live on their screens thanks to Canal 5 Televisia, TDN Mexico, TelevisaDeportes.com and TV Azteca 7.
Argentina secured a vital victory at home to Paraguay last Friday. The Albiceleste’s attacking line lived up to expectations. Angel Di Mari put the Argentines on the right track as early as inside the third minute.
Jonathan Fabbro equalized for Paraguay from the penalty spot after 17 minutes but Gonzalo Higuain restored the hosts’ advantage on the half-hour mark. Lionel Messi cemented his nation’s win with a sumptuous free-kick 30 minutes from time.
With this victory, the Albiceleste rocketed to the very top of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying table. The Argentines will be hoping to pounce on Peru’s inferiority this Tuesday. The Peruvians seat outside of the qualification zone with only six points from six games.
The month of July has come to an end and UEFA Euro 2012 is over. A total of 16 nations took part in the continent’s most prestigious international football tournament.
As expected, several records got broken. Meanwhile, no team managed to prevent Spain from defending their European Championship title.
For European footballing nations, the focus has now shifted to Brazil 2014. The European qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup will commence later this year, in September.
However, there is more to look forward to than just the World Cup in two years’ time. In other words, the long-term future of highly ranked countries like Spain, Portugal, France and England is always a concern.