More details are here.
For more on the competition, check out the official website here.
Relive how the two teams reached the Wembley showcase below.
If City ties that one point is enough to clinch their second title in three years.
Those who like to channel surf can check out Liverpool-Newcastle United on NBCSN at the same time; Liverpool are the only team with a long-shot chance at the title.
Other games are all over the dial such as Southampton-Manchester United on the SyFy network, which seems apt for the Red Devils’ surreal season, I guess.
Click here to find out what game is on what channel.
For your complete, final EPL weekend breakdown of every game, click here.
NBC is launching viewing parties at more than 70 pubs and bars nationwide around the final day of the season.
Below is a list of those participating in Southern California (no fighting over the remote now):
- Barney’s Beanery WeHo | 8447 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA, 90069 | @barneysbeanery | Facebook
This week’s column explores why, but those of you who watched yesterday’s gut wrenching Liverpool-Crystal Palace game already know the reason.
Live on NBC at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, relegation strugglers Norwich City will seek to take advantage of the turmoil at Manchester United this week and give interim manager Ryan Giggs some food for thought in the wake of the sacking of David Moyes. Good luck with that Canaries (and I’m a City fan).
League-leading Liverpool will seek to knock Jose Mourinho’s third-place Chelsea out of the title hunt in the game of the weekend at 6 a.m. Sunday on NBCSN.
Also, at noon Monday on NBCSN fourth-place Arsenal hosts Newcastle United.
Your complete guide to all the games this weekend is here.
U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati, left, and San Fernando Valley Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge unveiled the World Cup trophy at LAX Friday, the final stop on its 92,000-mile, 90-country world tour before heading south to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup. (Photo by Staff Photographer Brad Graverson).
Meanwhile, the EPL season is heading toward its climax.
The pick of the games this weekend sees fifth-placed Everton face seventh-place Manchester United at 8 a.m. Easter Sunday on NBCSN.
A full preview of every EPL game this weekend in all its stat-laden glory is here.
For every news story like this one that indicate Americans still do not give a damn about soccer, there are other heartening signs that seem to contradict that.
Here are three today:
- Land online here at 2 p.m. to find out what Landon Donovan and Thierry Henry are talking about in the above video and share in the open secret that MLS will formally announce an expansion in Atlanta.
- Of course, some of you may be busy then. Look who is televising live at 12:30 p.m. the Spanish cup final between Barcelona and Real Madrid: ESPN.
- Finally, NBC today unveiled what it described as the “most extensive and comprehensive championship Sunday (English Premier League) programming plans ever in the U.S.” with 10 games on 10 different channels as the season concludes May 11. Notwithstanding the fact that if memory serves Fox did almost exactly the same thing when it held rights to the EPL, that sounds like a fun day When was the last time you saw a soccer game on cable channels like SyFy and Oxygen anyway? To find out what games are on what NBC channels for any weekend, click here.
If watching relegation-threatened Norwich City’s last chance to win a game this season against relatively modest opposition (Fulham) at 7 a.m. Saturday on NBCSN beforefacing a bevy of class opponents in their last four games doesn’t turn your crank, then try Wigan-Arsenal in the semifinals of the FA Cup live at 9 a.m. on Fox Sports 2.
Of course, the EPL game of the weekend has table-topping Liverpool attempting to fend off third place Manchester City at 5:30 a.m. Sunday on NBCSN, while the not Hull City Tigers play not EPL club Sheffied United for the chance to play at Wembley in the other F.A. Cup semifinal at 8 a.m. Sunday on Fox Sports 1.
Want all the facts and figures in one handy guide? Click here.
The Galaxy will face England’s most storied club, Manchester United, at 7:30 p.m. July 23 at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl for the first time ever in the club’s inaugural game of its U.S. tour, the club’s announced today.
“The club has been visiting Los Angeles since 1950 and this match provides a great opportunity for us to engage with our fans in this region,” said Manchester United Group Managing Director Richard Arnold. “The popularity of soccer in the US continues to strengthen and Major League Soccer and LA Galaxy have been fundamental to this.”
Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. April 22.
United last visited the LA area in 2003 (was it really that long ago?) when two goals by Uruguayan forward Diego Forlan and another by Ruud van Nistelrooy was enough to see off Club America 3-1 at the Coliseum.
The club will also play Roma July 26 in Denver, Inter Milan July 29 in Washington D.C. and Real Madrid Aug. 2 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Galaxy haven’t played at their old home since 2010 when they played Real Madrid.
Bonus: the latter game Saturday is the lead-in for the Pacific Northwest derby at noon on NBCSN between the Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders.
A complete guide to every weekend game in the Barclays Premier League is here.