Both games are live on
Fox Soccer Channel ESPNU and ESPN2 respectively , but if you go tonight (plenty of tickets are still available) bundle up and hope the forecast high winds don’t ruin the games.
The final is at 1 p.m. Sunday on ESPN2.
Meanwhile, American involvement in the FIFA World Club championship is over, Mexico’s Pachuca and its three Americans (including former Galaxy striker Herculez Gomez) seeing their season end with a 1-0 loss to the Congo’s TP Mazembe this morning.
As usual there’s tons of televised football this weekend on TV and online, but really there is only one game that matters this “weekend:” EPL leaders Arsenal facing second-place Manchester United at noon Monday on ESPN2. (Well, OK, third-place Chelsea against fifth-placed Spurs at 8 a.m. Sunday on Fox Soccer Channel is just a notch below that).
For all the games this weekend click the Live Soccer TV link at top right.