The network will bring fans closer to some of the best leagues in Europe with thorough coverage in many languages.

The return of club football will give fans some great moments this weekend, especially if they have access to everything ESPN and its sister platforms will offer to satisfy their craving for good football games.

The network will include comprehensive coverage of football leagues in Europe, starting with what could be a key weekend in La Liga ahead of El Clásico. Nine games will be played between Friday and Sunday, and all of the network's platforms will work to bring the best moments to fans in the U.S.

The highlights of ESPN's coverage will come when Sevilla lock horns against Real Madrid, in a match that will be aired by ESPN Deportes and that could be an emotional moment for Sergio Ramos, who spent over 12 years with Los Merengues. The other defining moment will come on Sunday, when Barcelona are set to face Athletic Club. Luckily, fans can follow the game on ESPN, which will get them in gear for next week's El Clásico.

Another league that will have thorough coverage will be the German Bundesliga, starting with Borussia Dortmund's clash against Werder Bremen on Friday. League leaders Bayer Leverkusen will travel to visit Wolfsburg, while title defenders Bayern also take a trip this weekend to visit Mainz. These games, and all of those being played this weekend, will be available to watch via ESPN+.

To top it all, ESPN will also include programming related to the Dutch Eredivisie, with league leaders PSV ready to welcome Fortuna Sittard on Saturday, a game that will be followed up by Feyenoord's clash against Vitesse. Meanwhile, the struggling Ajax will try to escape relegation spots when they travel to face Utrecht. All these games will also be available to stream via ESPN+.

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