There's not much of a bigger downer following a Super Bowl than a FIFA international break. Soccer fans in the United States will have to withstand two whole days without any live games this midweek. That's OK, though, as the United States Men's National Team will play a World Cup qualifier, and there will also be several international friendlies on TV. Don't forget ESPN3/Watch ESPN, which will again shows multiple matches that won't be on television during the week.
All times listed below are ET
Live soccer games on US TV for February 5
FOX Soccer Plus: U-21 international action returns to FOX Soccer Plus on Tuesday afternoon. England will take on Sweden, and that match is scheduled to begin at 2:25 pm.
Univision Deportes: Univision Deportes will also showcase an international U-21 match on Tuesday. Coverage of the France vs. Portugal game will kick off at 2:30 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for February 6
FOX Soccer: Two senior international squads will be featured on FOX Soccer on Wednesday afternoon. England will take on Brazil at 2:30 pm, and a pregame show for that contest will begin at 2:00 pm. This game will also air live on FOX Deportes.
beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español: These stations will show two 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Honduras will take on the USMNT at 3:55 pm. Later on that night, Panama will face off against Costa Rica at 8:55 pm.
GolTV: GolTV joins in on the fun with three games on Wednesday. Sweden will play against Argentina at 2:30 pm. Ireland vs. Poland immediately follows at 4:30 pm. After a short break, Botafogo will take on Corinthians at 7:00 pm.
ESPN2: ESPN2 begins the day with an international friendly when France host Germany at 2:55 pm. This game will also be showcased live on Univision Deportes. Later that night, Mexico face off against Jamaica in a World Cup qualifier that will begin at 9:30 pm. That second game will also air on UniMas and Univision Deportes.
ESPN Deportes: Holland vs. Italy begins on this station at 1:25 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for February 7
Soccer fans in the US have Thursday off, as no live games are scheduled to air.
Even though it's an international week, you should still remember to check local listings for channel availability and also for a list of games airing via replay and tape-delay on the stations that were mentioned above.