The FIFA international break continues into the weekend, meaning that soccer fans in the United States won't be able to watch nearly as many matches as they did one week ago. That's OK, though, because the United States Men's National Team will be in action on Friday night; although you may have to leave your home in order to watch that match. Other international contests will also be featured on several channels throughout the next three days. Don't forget to check the ESPN3/Watch ESPN schedule, especially if you're interested in watching a boatload of World Cup qualifiers during the weekend.
All times listed below are ET
Live soccer games on US TV for September 7
FOX Soccer: Tune into FOX Soccer on Friday evening for a men's college soccer match. Connecticut host Washington, and coverage of that game begins at 7:00 pm.
beIN Sport: Plan to head out if you don't have beIN Sport available in your home, as the station will have two World Cup Qualifiers on Friday. Ecuador take on Bolivia at 4:55 pm. Jamaica then host Team USA at 7:55 pm.
ESPN Deportes: Russia take on Northern Ireland in a morning match that starts at 10:55 am. Bulgaria vs. Italy begins at 2:30 pm. The station's final match of the day, Canada vs. Panama, begins at 7:30 pm.
Univision Deportes: Germany will play against Faroe Islands in a World Cup qualifier at 2:30 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for September 8
ESPN Deportes: Scotland play Serbia in one World Cup qualifier at 9:55 am. That is the station's only live match of the day.
ESPNU/Univision Deportes: Both of these channels will show the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final on Saturday morning. Coverage of the United States vs. Germany match begins at 6:00 am.
Live soccer games on US TV for September 9
GolTV: GolTV ends the channel's weekend with two matches. Argentinos Juniors take on Boca Juniors at 3:10 pm. Later on in the day, Atletico-MG will play against Palmeiras at 5:30 pm.
beIN Sport: beIN Sport will also show two live games on Sunday. Coventry City host Stevenage at 8:15 am. Crawley Town vs Portsmouth immediately follows at 10:30 am.
As always, don't forget to check your local listings for channel availability, and also to learn about scheduling conflicts in your area. Those of you who can't watch beIN Sport while at home should also check the US Soccer Bar Web page to find a local bar, restaurant or pub that will be showing the USMNT World Cup qualifier.
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