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Benfica-Juventus, Sevilla-Valencia: Time, Date, Streaming – Europa League

The 2013/14 Europa League is getting really interesting with its semi-final ties. Note down where and when to watch the Benfica-Juventus and Sevilla-Valencia ties.

Sevilla vs Valencia and Benfica vs JuventusThere will be no all-Spanish final come May 14, 2014. However, Sevilla coach Unai Emery is content with Friday's results of the draw. Here is why:

“We think it is going to be a really attractive tie and one that will take a Spanish team through to the final, which is good for the national game.”

Likewise, Valencia defender Ricardo Costa was happy with the outcome of the Europa League semis draw. He said

“I wanted us to face Sevilla because we can beat them and get to the final, where I would like to meet Benfica.”

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Barcelona vs Valencia live streaming: Watch on February 1, 2014

Gerardo Martino's squad will get a chance to go three points clear at the top of the table on Saturday afternoon. You can watch this early La Liga match live on beIN Sports USA.

Preview: Barcelona with a chance to put pressure on their rivals

Saturday's afternoon meeting between Barcelona and Valencia will give the Catalans a chance to pull three points ahead of Atletico Madrid. The bad piece of news for Los Che is that they have lost their last six visits to Camp Nou.

With only two goals in six matches when visiting the Catalans, Juan Antonio Pizzi's men are going to have to put together a very good performance.

Barcelona come into the match on great form, having won three straight, after their one goal draw away to Levante. Tata Martino's men followed that draw up with a 4-1 victory over that same Levante in the Copa del Rey, and finished them off mid-week at Camp Nou with a 5-1 drubbing. 

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Valencia vs Real Madrid live streaming: Dec 22, 2013 – Watch Ronaldo & Ramos return

Los Blancos have been boosted by Ramos and Ronaldo's return for the game against Los Che. Watch Valencia vs Real Madrid live on December 22, 2013 as La Liga Matchday 17 ends in style.

Valencia will host Real Madrid in the final La Liga match of the year 2013.Preview: Final hurdle of the year for title hunters Real

Cristiano Ronaldo served his second and final match ban in the Copa del Rey in midweek. The Portuguese winger, who opened the scoring with a header in the 2012/13 Spanish Cup final, was latter dismissed in the match. He was therefore suspended for two games and had to miss both legs against Olimpica de Xativa. 

In his absence, Real Madrid were able to reach the Last 16 of the 2013/14 Copa del Rey. The team’s focus is now on improving in La Liga where they suffered a slip last weekend due to a 2-2 draw away to Osasuna. Los Blancos were forced to end Matchday 16 five points behind joint leaders Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. Ninth-placed Valencia will be keen to further embarrass Carlo Ancelotti and his players. 

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Valencia vs Swansea City live streaming online, on TV - Sep 19, 2013 Europa League

The Mestalla Stadium will be lighted up by the UEFA Europa League’s Valencia vs Swansea City match on Thursday, September 19, 2013. Watch it in live streaming online or on television.

Valencia welcome Swansea City on the opening day of the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League.Preview: Underdogs Swansea City could cause Valencia upset

Valencia have lost their last three La Liga encounters, conceding nine goals in the process. Their tag of favourites in Group A does not seem justified by their current form. Coach Miroslav Djukic revealed that his men are “worried” about their poor run. So how will Los Che rise up to the challenge on the opening day of the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League? Djukic explained in the build up to the Swansea match:

“It's very important to win and put recent defeats behind us. We must stay focused, continue working and stop conceding so many goals. We're all looking in the same direction, with the same aim. We just have to keep things simple, go back to basics.”

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Valencia vs Barcelona live on TV and radio - September 1, 2013

Sunday September 1 2013,
Tags: Live Stream, TV Schedules, Live Scores, Messi, Neymar, Barcelona, La Liga, Valencia
Barcelona will travel to the Mestalla fresh off their Spanish Supercup triumph over Atletico Madrid.

Lionel Messi missed a penalty on his return from injury but might be a big threat to Los Che on September 1, 2013.Preview: Valencia will hope their home form against Barcelona will help

From the last six meetings between these two sides at the Mestalla, the hosts have only lost one match, but have also not won any. The other five matches ended in a draw, but at least that will give Los Che some extra motivation heading into Sunday's match.

After claiming his first piece of silverware since his arrival at the Nou Camp, Gerardo Martino knows that Miroslav Djukic's side will want to claim the full three points.

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La Liga BBVA 2013-14 Fixtures, Official TV info, Online and Radio Broadcasters

Thursday August 15 2013,
Tags: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia, Malaga, La Liga, Live Stream, TV Schedules
Here is all you need to know on broadcast deals for the 2013-14 Spanish La Liga football season!

Spanish La Liga - live TV, live stream, live radio information for the 2013-14 season.LiveSoccerTV offers you a comprehensive La Liga Broadcast Guide. It features an exclusive compilation of TV listings, live streaming and radio broadcasts info for the Spanish La Liga. This guide is subject to change as new updates get released. Bookmark this page and check regularly to know where to watch the 2013-14 Spanish La Liga online or on television.

Who are the 2013-14 La Liga broadcasters in the USA, UK and Canada?

LiveSoccerTV is committed in publishing TV broadcast info for the world’s soccer/football community. The broadcast rights holders of the 2013-14 Spanish La Liga are:

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Watch all International Champions Cup matches live online, on TV – ESPN, FOX Soccer

The 2013 International Champions Cup is on! Watch all 12 matches live online or on TV with ESPN and FOX Soccer from July 27 to August 7, 2013! Count on LiveSoccerTV for updated live streaming and TV info.

Watch all matches of the 2013 International Champions Cup live online or on TV with ESPN, FOX Soccer and other networks.Pleasure guaranteed with Mourinho’s Chelsea, Ronaldo’s Real Madrid and co.

Say goodbye to the World Football Challenge without pouring a single tear because the excitement of its replacement – the International Champions Cup – is just as high. ESPN channels, DirecTV, FOX Soccer, Sony Six and SuperSports are among the competition's broadcasters in USA, Latin America, Asia and Africa.

The United States of America are represented by David Beckham’s former side, Los Angeles Galaxy, while seven other European teams complete the list of participants.

Reigning UEFA Europa League winners Chelsea will be guided by the one and only Jose Mourinho. The Blues are joined by fellow English Premier League contenders Everton. The Toffees will be glad to clinch good results under Roberto Martinez as life with David Moyes is a thing of the past.

The Guinness International Champions Cup has some Italian spices to it in the form of Serie A's trio composed of Mario Balotelli’s AC Milan, Scudetto champions Juventus and 2010 treble winners Internazionale. And of course, the fiesta cannot be sparked without the glamour of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid – currently holders of the Supercopa de Espana. Los Blancos are in USA with their Spanish La Liga rivals, Valencia.

There is so much to witness such as the attacking partnership of Llorente and Tevez in Juve’s team. This friendly contest also appears as an opportunity for young prodigies like Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku, ex-Barcelona B starlet Gerard Deulofeu and Spanish winger Jese Rodriguez to shine.

International Champions Cup 2013 Live Streaming and TV Listings

LiveSoccerTV presents accurate live TV schedules of the matches. The info below is restricted to viewers in USA:

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Valencia vs Milan: watch live 2013 International Champions Cup opener - July 27

Milan look to use International Champions Cup opener in order to prepare for the Champions League qualifiers. Find out where to watch Valencia vs AC Milan live on July 27, 2013

Preview: Miroslav Dukic looking to guide Valencia to bigger and better things

After proving his worth as the manager of Hercules and Valladolid, Valencia’s new manager, Miroslav Dukic would be hoping to have an equally successful career with Los Che like he had back in his playing days. Dukic spent six years at the Mestalla and won quite  a lot of trophies during his time there and would be looking to replicate the same success; this time as a tactician.

The International Champions Cup is comprised of eight teams that will play against each other in San Francisco, Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York, Indianapolis and Miami following the curtain-raiser in Spain.

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Ecuador vs Argentina Preview

In a World Cup Qualifying match, group leaders Argentina battle against third placed Ecuador who are vying for a place in the competition after failing to register a place in the last edition held in 2010.

Team News

Lionel Messi started the stalemate against Colombia on the bench, and the four time Ballon D’or winner awaits the same fate as he is yet to return to full fitness.

Much to the woes of Alejandro Sabella, the Argentina head coach will not be able to utilize the services of Gonzalo Higuain and Pablo Zabaleta as the duo face suspensions. Higuain received his marching orders after a malicious tackle on Ospina in the match against Colombia, whereas Zabaleta who was one yellow card away from suspension will also be out of the important clash.

Boca Juniors full back Clemente Rodriguez is set to replace the Manchester City man in the squad and will face competition from Gino Peruzzi and Hugo Campagnaro for a berth in the starting line up. 

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Champions League: Valencia Vs PSG. Who is going to win the tactical battle tonight?

Tuesday February 12 2013,
Tags: Roberto Soldado, Valencia, PSG, David Beckham, Ever Banega
UEFA Champions League returns tonight. Valencia will take on PSG in an intriguing battle. It will be very interesting to see who gets the better of the other.
Millions of eyes will get glued to their television screens tonight because it is the return of the Champions League. The competition enters its knockout phase and there is a lot at stake for the 16 remaining clubs in the competition. Valencia will lock horns with PSG at the Estadio de Mestalla, here is a look at how the two clubs may approach this game.


Valencia are most likely to play a 4-2-3-1 formation. Valencia have not been in a rich vein of form, they have managed to score 54 goals from 34 games this season. They are excessively dependent on a certain someone called Roberto Soldado to get them goals and there is every possibility in the world that PSG are well aware of this fact. Soldado has found the back of the net on 17 occasions this season, this is quite impressive for a striker. Ever Banega is expected to play just behind Soldado, the two players’ linkup really well.
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Champions League: top 10 debate angles ahead of the February 12-13 action

The Champions League is back after a lengthy hiatus. It promises plenty of excitement once again.

Eight teams will walk out to the pitch this week to take a lead into the second legs of their respective ties. The action will commence with two clashes on Tuesday: Celtic vs. Juventus and Valencia vs. PSG. Two blockbuster matches will take place on Wednesday as well; Manchester United will travel to the Bernabeu to take on Real Madrid while Borussia…

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Where to watch Valencia vs PSG live in Canada, UK, USA and the world

Sunday February 10 2013,
Tags: UEFA Champions League, PSG, Valencia, Live TV Listings, Canada, UK, USA
Valencia vs PSG to air on Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2Go and FOX Deportes in USA; Sportsnet to stream it live in Canada; Sky Sports offers live broadcast in UK

Watch Valencia vs PSG live and see if the French giants can get a result in Spain.Miami Beach, Florida (February 10, 2013) – After successfully qualifying from Group F alongside Bayern Munich, Valencia begin their knockout stage adventure with a match against Paris Saint-Germain at the Mestalla Stadium. Kick-off time for this UEFA Champions League Round of 16 fixture is at 14:45 EST on Tuesday, February 12, 2013.

This clash comes at the right time for Los Che who have not lost a league game since going down 5-0 to Real Madrid on January 20. Fresh from last weekend’s 1-0 defeat of Celta de Vigo, Valencia will be after their first home victory in all competitions since January 12 when they defeated Sevilla 2-0.

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Rafael Benitez’s escape route: five clubs where the Chelsea coach could fit

Abramovich might soon lose his patience with interim manager Rafael Benitez whose appointment last November was meant to straighten the path twisted during Roberto Di Matteo’s last days at the club.

Unpopular Rafael Benitez might soon be out of Chelsea. Given the Chelsea owner’s intolerance with underachieving managers, it would be no news if Rafa suffers the sack in the very near future. However, should he remain until the end of the season, it is likely that his short-term contract at Stamford Bridge will not be extended.

So where is it next for the former Liverpool manager? We look at five clubs which could each offer Rafael Benitez an escape route.


Valencia was the club where Benitez first enjoyed notable success. He defied all odds by guiding Los Che to their first league title in 31 years, back in 2002. They enjoyed even more success in 2004 under Benitez’s guidance as they won both La Liga and UEFA Cup titles. From then onwards, Valencia have gone on a decline. Rafa could be the man to resurrect this team which is struggling to compete with giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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Valencia vs Barcelona Preview

Sunday February 3 2013,
Tags: Valencia, Barcelona, La Liga, Messi
One win in their last four visits to the Mestalla will have Barcelona wanting to get the full three points on Sunday against Valencia

The Mestalla has not been a great place for Barcelona as of late. From their last 10 visits in all competitions, the Blaugrana have only managed three victories, three defeats and four draws.

Sunday, Tito Vilanova's side will have to put their 1-1 draw against Real Madrid behind them and focus on grabbing their first win at the Mestalla since their 0-1 victory in March of 2011, thanks to a 77th minute goal from Lionel Messi.

Ernesto Valverde's side has been in good form as of late, having won five of their last six matches in the domestic league. Their one defeat came at the hands of Real Madrid with Jose Mourinho's side defeating Los Che 0-5 at the Mestalla.

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Valencia vs Real Madrid Preview

The first two matches of the triple header against Real Madrid have gone totally wrong for Valencia. Can they miraculously turn their 2-0 deficit against Los Blancos in the Copa del Rey Last 8 second leg fixture?

Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria helped Real Madrid to destroy Valencia 5-0 on January 20. Team news & analysis

Jose Mourinho’s decision to build competition between Iker Casillas and Antonio Adan has so far paid off well. Real Madrid are on a run of four consecutive clean sheets in all competitions since their 2013 opening match in which they conceded three goals against Real Sociedad.

Whoever gets in post on Wednesday will be eager to stretch Los Blancos’ record to five clean sheets on the trot. The good news for the visitors’ defenders is that Roberto Soldado will not feature in the match due to a thigh injury.

Skipper David Albeda is out with a calf problem while Dani Parejo has a fractured thumb. Two Valencia players who could make an appearance at the Mestalla are ex-Real Madrid boy Sergio Canales and Portuguese defender Joao Pereira.

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Valencia vs Real Madrid Preview

Friday January 18 2013,
Tags: Valencia, Real Madrid, La Liga, Spanish Copa del Rey
The atmosphere ahead of this fixture is tense. La Liga champions Real Madrid are yet to put their critics to bed while Valencia, who have one foot out of the Copa del Rey, seek for revenge.

Real Madrid will play away to Valencia in the second match of both teams' January triple header.Analysis

Valencia were on a four-match winning streak until they lost to Real Madrid in midweek. That encounter, in the Spanish Copa del Rey, was marred by controversy as wrong offside calls went against Valencia amid other incidents.

As a result, this weekend’s league encounter is being hyped around the revenge factor. Los Che, who are not favourites to progress to the Spanish Copa del Rey semis, will be out to torment Los Blancos. 

The latter are facing an embarrassing situation in La Liga being 18 points off the top of the standings. It seems to be only a matter of time before Real Madrid officially give up on defending their title. In the meantime, they are yet to reach the 40-point mark.

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Video - Real Madrid vs Valencia Copa del Rey Match Preview

Tuesday January 15 2013,
Tags: Real Madrid, Valencia, Copa del Rey, Video
Real Madrid host a hot Valencia in the quarter-final for the Copa del Rey.

Real Madrid will face compatriot Joao Pereira in today's Copa del Rey quarter-final.Real Madrid's La Liga title chances are now absolutely impossible after dropping further points this past weekend away to Osasuna. Barcelona now have a blinding 18 point lead over Jose Mourinho's team,  which have left the whole football world in shock. But the season can still be salvaged with the Copa del Rey and Champions league still in play.

Madrid will host Valencia in the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-final. Valencia have been in a great run of form winning 7 of their last 8 matches. Madrid will be fielding their strongest 11, and with Cristiano Ronaldo back in action, Real Madrid are sure favorites at the Bernabeu.

See video match preview below.

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Real Madrid vs Valencia Preview

Real Madrid and Valencia will engage in a triple header this January. The first of these three crucial fixtures is on Tuesday as Los Blancos host Los Che in a Copa del Rey Last 8 first leg match.

Cristiano Ronaldo is back to help ease Real Madrid's troubles.Team news & analysis

Real Madrid’s desire to dethrone Barcelona as Spanish Copa del Rey champions has significantly increased after the former fell 18 points off the top of La Liga table last weekend. The only way for the Spanish giants to recover from their serious headache in the league is by succeeding in cup competitions this season.

In Valencia, Real Madrid arguably have the toughest draw of the Spanish Cup quarter-finals. The good news is that they will be welcoming back Cristiano Ronaldo on Tuesday. The prolific Portuguese goal scorer was absent last weekend through suspension. His side apparently felt his absence as they drew blank against Osasuna.

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Video - Huge blow for Real Madrid as Ramos gets 5-match ban

Friday January 11 2013,
Tags: Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos, Valencia, Copa del Rey, La Liga, Video
Bad news has hit the camp of Real Madrid as influential defender Sergio Ramos has been hit with a five-match ban.

According to the report of referee Miguel Ayza Gamez who officiated Wednesday Copa del Rey fixture between Real Madrid and Celta de Vigo, Ramos declared after being flashed the red card: “You're a crook. You have been trying to f*** us all game long. It's the same as always you scoundrels.”

Ramos eventually apologized but this did not stop the Spanish Football Federation from reacting. The player has thus received a one-match ban for the foul on Celta de Vigo's Augusto Fernandez and a four-match ban for his behaviour towards the match officials. He will miss Real Madrid's upcoming three Spanish La Liga games as well as the Copa del Rey Last 8 two-legged tie against Valencia.

Sergio Ramos was sent off for this horror tackle during Real Madrid’s Copa del Rey Last 16 second-leg fixture at home to Celta de Vigo on January 9, 2013:

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UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Eight questions to ask on Madrid-Manchester United and all eight ties

Today’s Champions League draw produced some intriguing ties. Here are some questions that could be asked about the ties.

Will United’s current stars be able to overcome Cristiano Ronaldo and co?

Real Madrid and their master tactician Jose Mourinho will pay a trip to England to take on Manchester United. United has led the Premier League for most of this season despite not…

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