The Week in Soccer
Atlético Madrid at Real Madrid
3:30 p.m. Friday (ESPN)
The championship game of Spain's Copa del Rey is a showdown between Madrid rivals, with the spotlight on the top Spanish league goal-scorers: Real's Cristiano Ronaldo and Atlético's Radamel Falcao.
Brest at Paris Saint-Germain
3 p.m. Saturday (beIN Sport)
French league champion PSG is the latest home of the retiring David Beckham, but its true superstar, striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is reportedly eager to move on.
Columbus Crew at Toronto FC
5 p.m. Saturday (UniMás)
Former Union captain Danny Califf hasn't been able fix Toronto's woeful defense.
Everton at Chelsea
10:30 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Plus)
The English Premier League title race is over, but there's one thing left to play for: the last berth in next season's Champions League.
Europa League champion Chelsea is in third with 72 points, Arsenal is fourth with 70, and Tottenham is third with 69. The fourth-place team will face a playoff round to get in.
Arsenal at Newcastle United
10:30 a.m. Sunday (ESPN2)
Chelsea is assured of a top-four finish. But if the Blues lose and Arsenal wins, the Gunners will finish third and the Blues will finish fourth.
Sunderland at Tottenham Hotspur
10:30 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)
If Arsenal loses or ties and Tottenham wins, Spurs will finish above the Gunners for the first time since 1995 - and Clint Dempsey's dream of playing in the Champions League will come true.
Los Angeles Galaxy at New York Red Bulls
1:10 p.m. Sunday (ESPN2)
After demolishing the Union, 4-1, at PPL Park on on Wednesday, the Galaxy head north for the only meeting this year of Major League Soccer's richest teams. The stars will be out - Robbie Keane and Landon Donovan for Los Angeles, and Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill for New York.
- Jonathan Tannenwald