EPL/BPL Video Weekend TV preview: Spurs-Manchester United kicks off at 8 a.m. Sunday on NBCSN

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USMNT Olympic and World Cup Qualifying Gameday Video Preview

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International Soccer Weekend TV Video Preview: Guatemala hosts the U.S. at 7 p.m. Friday on beIN Sports, Mexico plays Canada at 6:30 p.m. on UniMas

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EPL TV Preview: MUFC-MCFC derby at 9 a.m. Sunday on NBC is highlight of BPL weekend

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MLS Soccer Sunday Opening Weekend TV Preview: LA Galaxy hosts D.C. United at 7 p.m. on UniMas

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Soccer Sunday boasts more than 11 hours of television coverage with all 20 MLS clubs in action as the 21st season begins.

Here’s the highlights:

ESPN will debut its “Goal Post Cam” in a regular season game during the Portland Timbers-Columbus Crew SC contest with cameras embedded on each post to enhance views of goalmouth action. In addition, coaches Caleb Porter (Portland) and Gregg Berhalter (Columbus) will each wear a live microphone on the sidelines for in-game audio during the telecast

MLS Kick offers a week-long free preview through March 15.

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EPL/BPL Weekend TV Video Preview: Arsenal-Leicester top of table clash airs at 4 a.m. Sunday on NBCSN

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Fox acquires U.S. English-language TV rights to air Mexico home games

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Fox Sports has secured the English language broadcast rights to Mexican National Team games through the 2018 World Cup, the network announced today.

Fox Sports 1 will televise all El Tri home matches, including a highly anticipated qualifier between Mexico and the United States from the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, should both teams advance in World Cup qualifying.

“Outside of Mexico, the United States has more El Tricolor supporters than anywhere else in the world,” said David Nathanson, head of business operations for Fox Sports. “FOX Sports is now home to the most prestigious tournaments featuring El Tricolor including the 2016 Copa America Centenario, 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup for which Mexico will represent the CONCACAF region, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.”

The first game under the deal airs Wednesday when Mexico, under new coach Juan Carlos Osorio, faces Senegal.

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