World Football Update
Jon Forget
Mar 15th 2016
World Football Update
Feature Matches

It's a big week in International Football, with some huge Champions League and Europa League clashes to look forward to! This afternoon, Manchester City attempt to make the Champions League Quarterfinals for the first time ever by defeating Dynamo Kiev. They have one foot in the door, as they hold a strong aggregate advantage. We are also featuring Atletico Madrid v PSV, with both sides tied 0-0 on aggregate! Wednesday the heavyweights clash, as Bayern Munchen meet Juventus, and Barcelona battle Arsenal! Bayern and Juve are 2-2 on aggregate going into leg 2, while Barcelona hold a 2-0 advantage over the Gunners!

Join us on Thursday as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a classic battle between Manchester United and Liverpool! Liverpool hold the aggregate advantage, but this one is at the unfriendly confines of Old Trafford! The match kicks off at 2pm, and one of these two storied sides will be going home at the end of the day!

The weekend is packed with great football, including Manchester City v Manchester United in the Prem, and the Colorado Rapids battling D.C. United on the road!

On the Horizon

Next week Club football takes an International break for World Cup Qualification matches, International Friendlies, and African Cup of Nations Qualifiers! Highlights include Chile v Argentina, Brazil v Uruguay, Germany v England, Canada v Mexico, and Guatemala v USA!

This Week's Football
 
Manchester City v Dynamo Kiev 1:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Atletico Madrid v PSV 1:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
 
Wednesday March 16th
Barcelona v Arsenal 1:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Bayern Munchen v Juventus 1:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
 
Thursday March 17th
Bayer Leverkusen v Villareal 12pm (Europa League)
Valencia v Athletic Club 12pm (Europa League)
Manchester United v Liverpool 2pm (Europa League)
Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund 2pm (Europa League)
 
Friday March 18th
Schalke v B. M'Gladbach 1:30pm (Bundesliga)
Getafe v Eibar 1:30pm (La Liga)
Middlesborough v Hull City 1:45pm (Championship)
NYC v Orlando City 5pm (MLS)
 
Saturday March 19th
Everton v Arsenal 6:45am (EPL)
Koln v Bayern Munchen 8:30am (Bundesliga)
Chelsea v West Ham 9am (EPL)
Crystal Palace v Leicester City 9am (EPL)
West Brom v Norwich 9am (EPL)
Watford v Stoke 9am (EPL)
Sporting Gijon v Atletico Madrid 9am (La Liga)
Granada v Rayo Vallecano 11:15am (La Liga)
Swansea v Aston Villa 11:30am (EPL)
Roma v Inter 1:45pm (Serie A)
Chicago v Columbus 3pm (MLS)
NYRB v Houston 5pm (MLS)
Dallas v Montreal 7pm (MLS)
Seattle v Vancouver 8pm (MLS)
L.A. v San Jose 8:30pm (MLS)
Portland v Salt Lake 8:30pm (MLS)
 
Sunday March 20th
Southampton v Liverpool 7:30am (EPL)
Newcastle v Sunderland 7:30am (EPL)
Torino v Juventus 8am (Serie A)
Villareal v Barcelona 9am (La Liga)
Manchester City v Manchester United 10am (EPL)
Tottenham v Bournemouth 10am (EPL)
Philadelphia v New England 12:30pm (MLS)
Real Madrid v Sevilla 1:30pm (La Liga)
D.C. United v Colorado 3pm (MLS Away Game Viewing Party)
Sporting K.C. v Toronto 5pm (MLS)
 
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