Miami Beach, Florida (May 18, 2013) – Two matches highlight beIN Sports’ incredible live soccer coverage this Sunday. Before that, though, beIN Sports followers will be able to witness all the emotion surrounding David Beckham’s very final game as a footballer. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) reminds you not to miss PSG vs Brest, Siena vs Milan, FC Barcelona vs Real Valladolid or any of beIN Sports live telecasts this weekend.
In Italy, Milan’s battle away to relegated Siena will capture wide attention as the Rossoneri aim to secure the third and final UEFA Champions League spot in the Serie A. Last weekend, Milan played out a goalless draw away to Roma in an encounter that was marred by boos – identified as racist chants – from the crowd.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 10, 2013) – Five matches headline beIN Sports’ packed three-day action dominated by the Italian Serie A, the Spanish La Liga and the Championship. Crystal Palace vs Brighton & Hove Albion kick starts the party at 14:45 EST on Friday to make way for more entertainment on May 11 and May 12. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) breaks down beIN Sport USA and beIN Sport en Español’s live TV listings for you.
La Vecchia Signora cannot stop winning, even after clinching the Scudetto. Fresh from the 1-0 win away to Atalanta, Juve return to their stadium looking to thrill the home crowd again. Watch Juventus vs Cagliari live from 12:00pm EST / 16:00 GMT / 18:00 CET on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
The La Liga title has been all but confirmed for quite sometime, but a mid-week slip up from Real Madrid could finally confirm what many have known, or at least believed.
Although Tito Vilanova's side could already be crowned champions before their next match against Atletico Madrid, what started off looking like a brilliant campaign for the Blaugrana has slowly lost some of is bright spots.
From their first 18 matches, Barcelona looked destined for yet another record breaking season, if that was even possible, after what they had already accomplished with Pep Guardiola at the helm. The transition to Vilanova did not appear to cause any problems for the Catalans as they kicked off at a remarkable pace.
Not many people would have expected Barcelona to have gone out of the Champions League the way they did, but after watching those two very one sided matches, Tito Vilanova's side clearly has some weak spots.
Starting from the back, they have been struggling defensively for some time now, but with such a comfortable lead in La Liga, Puyol and Mascherano certainly will not be rushed back. Eric Abidal will likely get the start along side Pique, while Pinto should start in goal for Valdes who is out with a foot injury.
Keeping teams off the score-sheet has not been easy for the Blaugrana, and it could be very much of the same scenario on Sunday.
Miami Beach, Florida (May 3, 2013) – Three big fixtures – two from the Spanish La Liga and one from the Italian Serie A – headline beIN Sports’ coverage this weekend. Real Madrid vs Real Valladolid, Juventus vs Palermo and Barcelona vs Real Betis will feature on both channels – beIN Sport USA and beIN Sport en Español. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) offers you a full view of beIN Sports’ live TV listings between May 3 and May 5, 2013.
A few days ago, the Santiago Bernabeu’s home supporters were on the brink of witness a momentous comeback of Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund. Although it did not happen this way, Los Blancos showed tremendous zeal throughout the match and this is the kind of spirit they will want to maintain until the end of the campaign.
Pep Guardiola may not have taken the hot seat at the Allianz Arena just yet, but judging by Bayern's performance against Barcelona last week, the Spanish manager could be on his way to more success with his new club.
Munich's showing in the first match of this two leg affair was not only impressive, but it was beyond outstanding. How could it be that a team like Barcelona had been dominated and pushed around the pitch for 90 minutes?
The German side did their homework and knew that if they were going to have a chance of making it to another Champions League Final, they would need to be physical and force Barcelona to make mistakes.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 29, 2013) – This Wednesday, make Sportsnet (in Canada), Sky Sports (in UK) and Fox networks (in USA) your home if you want to watch Barcelona vs Bayern Munich live. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has a packed list of live stream and TV schedules information ahead of this engaging UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg fixture at the Camp Nou.
Barcelona want to believe that their Champions League dream is not over. They suffered the shock of the year at the Allianz Arena as Bayern Munich mercilessly hit them with four unanswered goals. Inevitably, Tito Vilanova’s coaching credentials have gone under scrutiny. Was Pep Guardiola’s successor right to play Lionel Messi for the full 90 minutes?
4-1 and 4-0 are astounding score lines in semifinals. Dortmund demolished Real Madrid thanks to Robert Lewandowski, following Bayern’s demolition job on Barcelona. However, the ties are not over yet. Many teams have pulled off seemingly impossible comebacks in the past. Barcelona in fact is one of them.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 26, 2013) – beIN Sports end-of-month coverage starts this Friday with a Championship fixture between Leicester City and Watford which will air on both channels from 14:45 EST / 18:45 EST / 20:45 CET. The weekend will then be filled with a total of seven Spanish La Liga matches. Inevitably, the games that are set to attract wide viewership are Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona and Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) provides you with full live TV listings for beIN Sport en Español and beIN Sport USA.
Barcelona and Real Madrid find themselves in a very embarrassing and awkward position after heavy Champions League defeats, to Bayern and Dortmund respectively. The Catalans and the Blancos have one more away trip on their agenda before returning home for next week’s uphill task in Europe.
If someone had told you that Bayern Munich was going to not only out perform Barcelona, but that they were also going to win 4-0, your initial reaction would have been of disbelief. Unfortunately for Barcelona, just four days later, the hangover of that heavy 4-0 defeat still hangs over their heads.
Not only was it a convincing victory for Bayern, but it may have shifted some prestige from the Spanish La Liga to the German Bundesliga. Could the Germans be on the verge of becoming a more powerful and entertaining league?
Regardless of anyone's opinion, Barcelona's Andres Iniesta believes that his side still deserves respect given what they have been able to achieve in recent years.
Although the Germans have been in breathtaking form recently and many feel that the Bavarians will have the upper hand tonight, one cannot rule out the Catalonian giants who have this amazing tendency to rise when they are down and out.
They did that against Paris Saint-Germain and may do so yet again tonight with or without Lionel Messi.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 21, 2013) – Bayern Munich vs Barcelona is the match that will get millions of spectators locked to their seats to watch the likes of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben clash in an epic UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg battle. Multiple sports networks around the globe will broadcast Bayern vs Barca from 14:45 EST / 18:45 GMT / 20:45 CET live online or on television on Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Live Soccer TV (@LiveSoccerTV) has an extensive list with info.
The Allianz Arena will open its gates to host 2009 and 2011 UEFA Champions League winners Barcelona this Tuesday. The Germans are in devastating form and could argue being the best team in Europe currently.
Mario Mandzukic, unfortunately for Bayern, is suspended for the first leg. The caution he picked up in the second leg of the quarterfinal tie against Juventus was debatable to say the least. Holger Badstuber and attacking midfielder extraordinaire Toni Kroos are out for Bayern. Bastian Schweinsteiger had a minor ankle problem; he is set to feature against Barcelona nonetheless. Everybody else is set to go.
Jose Pinto is suffering from back problems for Barcelona. Sergio Busquets is seemingly ready to go. Lionel Messi returned to training and will perhaps be ready for Tuesday. Carles Puyol and Javier Mascherano are both out for Barcelona. Adriano is suspended for the first leg.
The La Liga title may not be clinched mathematically just yet, but that will not stop Barcelona from having one eye on their mid-week clash with Bayern Munich. A 13 point lead in the domestic league has Tito Vilanova's side beyond cruise control, allowing them to potentially rest some players for their upcoming Champions League match.
Barcelona's first meeting with Levante this season ended very well for the Blaugrana. Despite not being able to score in the first half, Messi, Iniesta and Fabregas found the back of the net in the second 45 to give the Catalans a 0-4 victory away from the Nou Camp.
Barcelona's mid-week performance against a confident and promising PSG side may not have been their best, but at the end of the day, the Blaugrana booked their ticket into the next round. Knowing Bayern Munich is the next team in their way of a European Championship, Tito Vilanova's squad will have to focus on a Zaragoza side who will have no pressure on them Sunday.
The hosts have not managed to win a match in 2013, with their chances on Sunday not looking very promising. Their last victory came in December, when they defeated Bilbao away from home. A match against the current leaders of the La Liga may not be an ideal match to climb out of the relegation zone, but if anything, it should bring the best out of some of their players.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 12, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) reminds you that you can watch over 10 different matches live on beIN Sports this weekend – from April 13 to April 14, 2013.
Once again, Barcelona are expected to play without talisman Lionel Messi. The Argentine had to play half an hour through the barrier of pain on Wednesday. His substitute appearance lifted the Catalans’ spirit at PSG’s anguish. On Sunday, Tito Vilanova will certainly not risk the four-time Ballon d’Or winner. Barcelona are in a very good position in the Spanish La Liga so the match against Real Zaragoza should only be a matter of building momentum. This match will be on both channels.
In San Mames, Real Madrid will be playing catch up for the sake of pride. Jose Mourinho is expected to make a few changes to his starting XI and UEFA Champions League leading scorer Cristiano Ronaldo could once again commence the game on the bench. Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid represents beIN Sport USA’s last telecast of the weekend.