Football fans in the U.S. will be in for a treat this weekend, as some of the top leagues in the world will be theirs to watch on ESPN and its sister platforms.

It will be a weekend where all football fans in the U.S. will be able to choose the kind of entertainment they want to see, as ESPN and all its platforms will get them closer to the beautiful game with the variety of leagues they will have at their disposal.

The offer by the American company will include games for the MLS, the Eredivisie, the Bundesliga, and the Spanish Primera División, with some of the content being available in English and Spanish.


The domestic competition will see two crucial games taking place this weekend, starting with LAFC's visit to Austin FC on Friday. To top it all, FC Dallas lock horns with Real Salt Lake on Saturday, in two matches that will have serious playoff implications.

La Liga

The third week of action in the Spanish top-flight will see Real Madrid and Atlético battling for all the points away from home, while Barcelona look for their first win of the season at home against Valladolid. Added to that, league leaders Villarreal travel to face Getafe in a clash that will also be available to watch on ESPN Deportes.


The German top-flight continue with Bayern being as dominant as ever. The team led by Julian Nagelsmann has scored a whopping 15 goals in three games, led by Sadio Mané's three goals in the same number of matches. This week, fans will be able to watch Die Roten take on Borussia Mönchengladbach, in what should be an entertaining game to watch this Saturday. Earlier that day, Borussia Dortmund will want to go back to winning ways when they make the trip to face Hertha Berlin. That game, along with four others, will be available to watch in English and Spanish.


The top teams in the Netherlands will be available to watch on ESPN this weekend, starting with Feyenoord's game against FC Emmen on Saturday. As for Ajax and PSV, both Dutch giants will be playing away from home this weekend, with their matches being covered with English and Spanish commentary.