This will be the first El Clásico to be aired on ABC Television Network; Coverage in English and Spanish begins at 1:30 p.m. this Sunday.

Sunday's clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona will be quite special for fans living in the U.S., as ABC will be broadcasting the 251st edition of El Clásico for the first time on this network.

The game will be available to watch on their TV sets via ABC in English language and on ESPN Deportes in Spanish. If users want to follow the game while on-the-go, ESPN+ will be streaming the clash on both languages at 2:00 p.m. ET.

Play-by-play commentary in El Clásico will be handled by Rob Palmer in English and Fernando Palomo in Spanish, with the legendary Mario Kempes and Stewart Robinson providing a thorough analysis in Spanish and English, respectively. Rodrigo Faez and Alexis Nunes will be providing reports from the pitch during the game.

To give fans a thorough experience, shows such as SportsCenter, ESPN FC, Fuera de Juego, and Jorge Ramos y su Banda will include detailed reports of the game before and after it takes place.

Here is ESPN's full grid of programming ahead of this game.