There will be a large variety of options for football fans in coming days, courtesy of the platforms owned by the 'Worldwide Leader in Sports'

The end of the year may be around the corner, but that does not mean that fans will not be able to enjoy top caliber football if they live in the United States.

Luckily for them, ESPN, ESPN+, and ESPN Deportes will have their back in terms of what to watch in the next few days, with competitions such as the Bundesliga, the Carabao Cup, La Liga or the Eredivisie being aired and streamed on the company's feeds.

The first of those competitions to be covered via ESPN's services will be the Bundesliga, with games featuring German heavyweights Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, and Bayern München chasing Bayer Leverkusen at the top of the league before the winter break. With only two games left for each team in 2023, trying to catch up with the leaders will be key for those in pursuit of Xabi Alonso's men.

Next up, La Liga continues its run with Girona trying to hold on to the top spot in the league after their impressive win against Barcelona last weekend. The Catalan club will now host Alavés on Monday, with the advantage of knowing how their rivals did during the weekend and if they need to step it up a notch to keep the top spot to themselves.

Before the weekend comes to an end, ESPN will also have coverage of the Dutch Eredivisie, where PSV are trying to keep their unbeaten run going and Feyenoord tries to catch up with them. Luckily for fans watching in the U.S., all games involving the Eredivisie's "Big Three" will take place on Sunday.

Last, but not least, the Carabao Cup will keep fans entertained next week, with teams such as Chelsea, Newcastle, and Liverpool trying to defend their status as title contenders in that tournament. Three games will be aired on Wednesday, and Liverpool's match will put an end to ESPN's coverage of that tournament until 2024.