Miami Beach, Florida (February 5, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com has ensured its users with top quality information on live and repeat television broadcast listings in over 80 countries worldwide ahead of tomorrow’s international friendly matches across the globe.
Soccer fans have been treated with intense club football action since the beginning of the year. On February 6, players will don their country’s colours as a host of national teams keep building plans ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Big guns from South America and Europe are set to engage in thrilling friendly matches. Seven of the most gigantic clashes are Spain vs Uruguay, Netherlands vs Italy, Sweden vs Argentina, England vs Brazil, France vs Germany, Portugal vs Ecuador and Ireland Republic vs Poland.
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No major upset was recorded in the Third Round of the FA Cup as England’s Big Six all qualified for the next stage. The Britannia Stadium will be on fire when English Premier League champions Manchester City will face Stoke City on Saturday.
Like their city rivals, Manchester United will take part in an all-Premier League tie as they will host Fulham at Old Trafford. Arsenal’s reward for passing the test against Swansea City is a trip to Brighton & Hove Albion’s stadium.
FA Cup titleholders Chelsea missed out on Capital One Cup final tickets in midweek. They will be keen to dismantle Brentford in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are both scheduled to play as visitors on Sunday against Leeds United and Oldham Athletic respectively.
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Chelsea are the only team from England’s Big Six to have kick-started 2013 with defeat. On New Year’s Day, Spurs, Manchester United and Manchester City all enjoyed convincing wins while Arsenal secured nothing more than a draw against Southampton.
On Wednesday, the Anfield crowd were offered a spectacle as Liverpool, powered by captain Steven Gerrard and striker Luis Suarez, demolished Sunderland. The odd result happened at Stamford Bridge as former Chelsea boy Shaun Wright-Phillips forced the hosts to their first ever defeat to Queens Park Rangers in 30 years.
UK fans will be playing especially close attention to the UEFA EURO 2012 this June as England is in the tournament in Group D with Co-Hosts Ukraine, Sweden and France.
The Euro 2012 will be broadcast LIVE on ITV and BBC. STV will be broadcasting the EURO 2012 in Scotland.
All 31 matches will be broadcast live across both English networks BBC and ITV, as well as on their online and mobile platforms. Both channels will air the final live on July 1st. BBC will broadcast the first and fourth quarter-finals, whereas ITV will broadcast the second and third quarter-final matches. Both semi-finals will be aired exclusively on the BBC.
A daily EURO 2012 programme will provide highlights of the event at the end of each matchday which will air on both ITV and the BBC.