It's the final international break of 2013! The United States Men's National Team will be involved in, what is for them, a meaningless match. There will be some club contests on TV for those of you who aren't all about national team duties. Remember to check the ESPN3/Watch ESPN schedules to learn about what soccer content will be made available via those services.
All times listed below are ET
Live soccer games on US TV for November 15
FOX Sports 1/FOX Deportes: England will take on Chile at 3:00 pm.
beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español: Both of these channels will air Argentina vs. Ecuador at 7:55 pm.
ESPN/UniMas: Tune in at 2:55 pm to watch the United States take on Scotland.
ESPN Deportes: Portugal will take on Sweden, and coverage of that game begins at 2:40 pm.
Univision Deportes: Italy and Germany will meet for a friendly at 2:30 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for November 16
FOX Sports 2: Sleep is overrated. Plan to watch Western Sydney play against Melbourne Victory at 4:30 am.
beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español: Start your morning off at 9:50 am when Nigeria take on Ethiopia. Senegal vs. Ivory Coast begins at 1:50 pm. Later that evening, Brazil will play against Honduras at 7:20 pm.
GolTV: It's not all about international play this weekend. Cerro Largo vs. Nacional kicks off at 2:00 pm. Merida will face off with Leones Negros at 5:00 pm.
ESPN Deportes: Equatorial Guinea will try to upset Spain at 3:55 pm.
Live soccer games on US TV for November 17
FOX Sports 2: The Big East Championship will air on FS2 starting at 12:30 pm.
FOX Soccer Plus: A-League action returns to FSP on Sunday. Newcastle Jets will take on Brisbane Roar at 1:00 am.
beIN Sport/beIN Sport en Español: Cameroon vs. Tunisia will air on these two channels at 8:50 am.
beIN Sport en Español: One afternoon match, Córdoba vs. Hércules, will kick off at 2:50 pm.
GolTV: Fluminense vs. Sao Paulo starts at 2:00 pm. Arsenal will take on Boca Juniors at 7:15 pm.
As always, remember to check your local listings for channel availability and to find out what games are airing via tape-delay and replay on the stations mentioned in this piece.
Zac has been covering the USMNT, Holland, Tottenham Hotspur, New York Red Bulls, Major League Soccer and other soccer leagues for Yahoo Sports since 2010.
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