How to watch the USWNT-New Zealand live stream in the SheBelieves Cup
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. (ESPN+)
It could be one of two Bundesliga games this weekend with an American on each side: John Brooks for Wolfsburg and fellow centre-back Chris Richards for Hoffenheim.
Saturday, 2:45 p.m. (Paramount+)
Milan are back at the top of Serie A, but the lead is a bit misleading. Inter, second, at one point, has one game less. Milan should still be in first place after this match, as Salernitana are anchored last.
Saturday, 3 p.m. (6ABC, ESPN Deportes, ESPN+)
Real Madrid fans have been waiting all season to see their team on ABC, and now they will get the chance. The home side are coming off a 1-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Round of 16, in which Los Blancos played so defensively that even people who expected that style were surprised by its magnitude.
USA national team fans tuning in are hoping to see Alavés’ Matt Miazga, but the odds are slim. He has been on the bench in the club’s last three La Liga games.
Saturday, 3 p.m. (beIN Sports, beIN Sports Español)
One of French football’s famous old rivalries is set to take on a new lease of life this weekend. After Nantes narrowly escaped relegation last season, Canaries are ninth in Ligue 1 and could reach fifth with a win here. Ludovic Blas, a 24-year-old playmaker, will try to lead the way to surprise the PSG stars.
» READ MORE: The rest of the Ligue 1 calendar this weekend
Saturday, 3:10 p.m. (beIN Sports Xtra)
France opened the women’s tournament they host on Wednesday with a 5-0 win over Finland. Brazil started with a 1-1 draw against the Netherlands. It will be a treat to see Brazilian stars Marta and Debinha duel with their French counterparts Melvine Malard and Delphine Cascarino, and of course veteran central defender Wendie Renard.
Finland will face the Netherlands earlier on Saturday (noon, beIN Sports Xtra).
Sunday 9 a.m. (USA Network, Telemundo)
Here comes another great football rivalry, this time in the Premier League. It is the first time Leeds have hosted the Red Devils in front of fans at Elland Road since returning to the top flight last season.
READ MORE: The rest of this weekend’s Premier League schedule
Sunday, 10:15 a.m. (ESPN+)
With Dani Alves suspended, American Sergiño Dest is set to start for Barcelona, and hopefully Yunus Musah continues his streak of starts for Valencia.
Sunday, 10:15 a.m. (Paramount+)
It will be a fascinating test for England, who tied Canada, 1-1, in Thursday’s first set at the Arnold Clark Cup. Spain, who played Germany by the same scoreline, brought a fleet of stars including Barcelona’s Alexia Putellas, Jennifer Hermoso, Mariona Caldentey and Mapi León. England’s Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jill Scott (Aston Villa), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal) and Lucy Bronze (Manchester City) will have their hands full.
Canada will face Germany in Sunday’s final match (3:15 p.m., Paramount+).
Sunday, 11:30 a.m. (ESPN+)
Dortmund’s Gio Reyna could play Mönchengladbach’s Joe Scally, and no one supports that more than Scally. The two 19-year-olds grew up together in the New York City FC academy and also played together on US national youth teams. It’s their first chance to face each other, after Reyna missed Mönchengladbach’s home game in September through injury. And as a bonus, the families of the two players will be present.
“We’ve been talking about it for about a year, since I came to Germany,” Scally said this week. “We know we are ready for the change of shirt after the game and everything – he was at my house two days ago, so we were just talking about it. … It will be a very good match and it will be great to see each other on the pitch.
READ MORE: The rest of this weekend’s Bundesliga schedule
Sunday noon (Paramount+)
After Milan made the opening statement for the Serie A weekend, Inter must respond. The home side will be favored but keep an eye out for Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi – a former Juventus winger who has 10 goals and 11 assists in 23 games this season.
Sunday, 3 p.m. (6ABC, PrendeTV)
For as much football as ABC has televised for many years, America’s women haven’t had a game on the network since 2003 – that year’s World Cup group stage final, a victory 3-0 against North Korea.
The Americans have been on free-to-air TV several times since then, from NBC at the Olympics to Fox at the World Cups, plus friendlies on both networks along the way. But all of the games that ESPN owns the rights to have been shown on cable. It was long overdue for that to end, and this weekend it will.
The Czech Republic will face Iceland in the second half of the SheBelieves Cup doubles on Sunday in Carson, Calif. (6 p.m., ESPN3).
Sunday, 3 p.m. (ESPN+)
The Spanish Basque derby is always a great spectacle, and this one will be even more so. This is the first time Athletic will host The Real with a full house since before the pandemic. It’s an unfortunate coincidence that this match is at the same time as US-New Zealand, but at least you can go back and watch the replay later.
Sunday, 4 p.m. (Paramount+)
There was so much to take away from the latest Soccer on TV column that we had no room for the state of the Concacaf Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign. Thirty teams from the region are split into six groups of five, with the winner of each group advancing to the final tournament scheduled for July in Monterrey, Mexico. The United States and Canada earned automatic spots in the finals.
Mexico are trying to return to the World Cup for the first time since 2015. They have the talent – in fact, arguably their greatest talent: defenders Kenti Robles (Real Madrid) and Karina Rodríguez (Washington Spirit), midfielders midfielder María Sánchez (Houston Dash) and Lizbeth Ovalle (Tigers), and forward Katty Martínez (Club América).
Jamaica, managed by Manchester City’s Khadija “Bunny” Shaw, made their World Cup debut in 2019 and caught the eye of the world. Unfortunately, the Reggae Girlz have since lost momentum. But with the extension of the 2023 World Cup to 32 teams, Concacaf will get four places and two places in the intercontinental qualifiers. So the way is there for Jamaica to come back into the limelight.
READ MORE: More Concacaf Women’s World Cup qualifying to follow
Monday, 1 p.m. (Paramount+)
Napoli, third in Serie A and two points behind Milan, go last in the title race this weekend. Calglari are second to last and are battling to avoid relegation, but Napoli will be wary. The home side have good players in Keita Baldé and Kevin Strootman, and their manager is longtime former Napoli boss Walter Mazzari.
READ MORE: The rest of this weekend’s Serie A schedule