The final midweek of June 2013 is all about international football when it comes to live matches airing on television. The Confederations Cup and FIFA U-20 World Cup competitions will be featured on multiple television networks, giving you live soccer games to watch every day between Monday and Thursday. ESPN3/Watch ESPN could be your best friend if you're unable to escape work, as live matches will be shown on that service every day from June 24 through June 27.
All times listed below are ET
Live soccer games on US TV for June 24
ESPN2: The first U-20 World Cup game to air on the ESPN family of networks gets underway at 10:45 am when the United States play against France. Univision Deportes will also be showing this contest live.
Univision Deportes: Spain vs. Ghana, another U-20 World Cup match, will air on this channel on Monday afternoon. Coverage of the game is scheduled to begin at 2:00 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for June 25
ESPN2: U-20 World Cup action returns to ESPN2 on Tuesday morning. Mexico vs. Paraguay is the match, and it will begin at 10:45 am. You will also be able to watch this game live via Univision Deportes.
Univision Deportes: Another U-20 World Cup game will be shown on Univision Deportes during the afternoon. Coverage of Turkey vs. Colombia is scheduled to begin at 2:00 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for June 26
ESPN: The Confederations Cup returns to ESPN on Wednesday afternoon. Brazil will play against Uruguay, and the pregame show for that match will begin at 2:30 pm. You can also watch the game live on Univision and Univision Deportes.
Univision Deportes: Prep for the Confederations Cup match with a U-20 World Cup game. England will play against Chile at 10:45 am.
Live soccer games on US TV for June 27
ESPN: One of the biggest showdowns of the 2013 Confederations Cup takes place on Thursday afternoon. Spain will play against Italy, and coverage of the contest gets underway at 2:30 pm. This match will also be airing live on Univision and Univision Deportes.
Univision Deportes: Tune into the station at 10:45 am for another U-20 World Cup match. This time, it's England vs. Chile that will be taking place.
As always, check your local listings for channel availability and to find out about all of the matches that will be airing via tape-delay and replay on US sports channels over the next four days.
Zac has been covering Tottenham Hotspur, Major League Soccer, New York Red Bulls, the USMNT and other soccer leagues for Yahoo! Sports since 2010.
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