There are almost two dozen soccer games listed in today’s Daily Breeze print edition (y’know the thing made of dead trees that only costs a quarter, but is far easier to carry around than a laptop) you can watch on TV today through Sunday (and far more than that on niche channels).
Arguably the highlight: U.S.-Mexico at high noon Sunday on Fox Soccer Channel with the Gold Cup title at stake.
(BTW it looks like the two teams are getting acquainted already – here’s what U.S. Soccer just tweeted: “On our plane – we are about to depart for NYC. We are flying with Mexico and a bunch of CONCACAF officials. Ochoa’s hair is huge”).
Click to the right for a full listing, but here’s what I’ll also be watching:
*Noon Saturday on ESPN – Chicago Fire at Seattle (I just love watching games with that rocking atmosphere at Qwest Field).
*6 p.m. Saturday on ESPN2 – Galaxy at Kansas City Wizards (A hopefully still pissed off David Beckham and the Galaxy look for a fifth straight MLS win). Click here for viewing parties.
*2 p.m. Sunday on ESPN2 – AC Milan-Inter Milan (a Milan derby in Boston).
Chivas USA has the weekend off.