The current FIFA break that runs through September 12 makes for yet another somewhat quiet week when it comes to live soccer games airing on television. The US Men's National Team will take part in what could be a "must win game" for them, and other international matches will be featured on multiple channels. Can't get away from work? Check ESPN3/Watch ESPN for a schedule of matches, especially on Tuesday when games will be showing via the service throughout the afternoon and evening hours.
All times listed below are ET
Live soccer games on US TV for September 10
Live soccer games on US TV for September 11
FOX Soccer: A single 2014 World Cup qualifier will be shown on Tuesday. England host Ukraine at 3:00 pm. FOX Deportes will also show this match.
beIN Sport: beIN Sport joins in on the fun this Tuesday afternoon, when four World Cup qualifiers air on the station. Chile vs. Columbia begins at 3:30 pm. Uruguay vs. Ecuador follows at 5:25 pm. Paraguay will play against Venezuela at 7:20 pm. The station's final match of the evening, Peru vs. Argentina, is scheduled to begin at 9:20 pm.
ESPN2: The USMNT will be looking for revenge when they host Jamaica in a World Cup qualifier at 8:00 pm. This match will also be available via Galavision.
ESPN Deportes: ESPN Deportes will also have multiple World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday. Georgia take on Spain at 1:25 pm. Portugal vs. Azerbaijan immediately follows at 3:30 pm. The channel's final live match of the day, Panama vs. Canada, will start at 9:00 pm.
Univision Deportes: Belarus vs. France begins at 2:55 pm. The station will also have Costa Rica vs. Mexico, which will start at 8:30 pm. Univision will also have this contest. Both of those matches are World Cup qualifiers.
Live soccer games on US TV for September 12
GolTV: One match, Atletico-MG x Sao Paulo, airs on GolTV at 9:00 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for September 13
FOX Soccer: Women's soccer action returns to FSC on Thursday evening. Virginia host North Carolina State, and that match will start at 7:00 pm.
As always, check your local listings to learn about scheduling conflicts and channel availability in your area. You should also look for any match replays that will be airing throughout the week.