The Worldwide leader in sports will bring fans closer to the beautiful game with three domestic cup finals available to watch this weekend.

A busy weekend is about to begin in world football, and fans in the U.S. will have their backs covered thanks to the coverage available on ESPN and all its platforms.

One of the biggest events taking place in European football this weekend will be the Manchester Derby that will determine the winner of the FA Cup title. Manchester City are named as favorites, but Manchester United seem capable of denying them of their second title in this season. Coverage of this game will begin at 8:30 a.m. ET on ESPN+, with English and Spanish commentary available for all users.

One more major event to keep an eye on will be the DFB-Pokal final, featuring defendind champions RB Leipzig against Eintracht Frankfurt. Fans will be able to follow this game live at 2:00 p.m. ET live on ESPN+, with English and Spanish feeds available, and on TV channels ESPNU and ESPN Deportes.

The end of domestic tournaments will also gather quite a bit of attention from football enthusiasts, as La Liga comes to an end this Sunday. The main thing this weekend will be to determine the final team to be relegated, a spot that could go to Valladolid, Celta Vigo, Almería, Valencia, Cádiz, or Getafe. All these games will be available to stream on ESPN+, with additional matches featuring Real Madrid and Barcelona also included on ESPN Deportes' feed.

Here's the full schedule for La Liga's games this weekend.