The next seven days will be packed with top-caliber football for fans to enjoy within the United States, and all of those games will be aired or streamed by none other than ESPN and its sister platforms.
Starting this Friday, the Worldwide Leader in Sports will bring thorough coverage of some of the top football competitions in Europe, which will begin with league tournaments and conclude with one of the most iconic cup tournaments out there.
As mentioned before, things will kick off with the activity in La Liga, where there will be some classy matches. Sevilla's trip to Osasuna and Barcelona's clash against Celta will be some of those, but the real spotlight will fall on the Madrid Derby, which is set to take place on Sunday. Here is the full schedule of games for the Spanish top-flight, along with the platforms covering the games.
Speaking of the Madrid Derby, ESPN has prepared special coverage to follow the first match of the season between Los Merengues and Diego Simeone's men. The main focus will be on the clash that will determine if Ancelotti's crew can keep the top spot all to themselves and unbeaten, or if their bitter rivals from across the Manzanares can end their winning run. With all that in mind, ESPN's platforms will offer in-depth coverage of the game, adding a pre-match show and post-match commentary, which we list below.
Another top-notch league that will be available to watch is the Bundesliga, where all the action is set to begin on Friday with the clash between Stuttgart and Darmstadt. If you are wondering about who Borussia Dortmund and Bayern will be facing, scroll down to make room in your agenda and keep track of these games.
If that was not enough regarding league coverage, ESPN+ will keep fans informed of all that goes down with the top Dutch clubs, with one game featuring PSV Eindhoven on Saturday, and the big clash of the weekend featuring Ajax at home against Feyenoord.
As a cherry on top of ESPN's coverage, the 2023-24 edition of the Carabao Cup begins next week. Thanks to ESPN+, fans will be able to keep track of all games featuring Premier League clubs, with Manchester United vs Crystal Palace and Newcastle vs Manchester City standing out.
Keep in mind that all these fixtures and shows are subject to change without prior notice.