Barcelona vs. Manchester United

2 p.m. Saturday (Fox29)

It's a sign of how far international soccer has come in America that the UEFA Champions League final, being played this year at London's Wembley Stadium, is on network television.

Vancouver vs.

New York

5:30 p.m. Saturday (

Only once so far this season has an MLS team won on a three-time-zone road trip, so this visit to British Columbia will be a big test for the Red Bulls.

Botafogo vs. Santos

5:30 p.m. Saturday (GolTV)

Santos has won four of the last five Brazilian titles, and is among the favorites this season, too.

New England vs.

Los Angeles

8 p.m. Saturday (Galavision)

Will David Beckham play, after his midweek transatlantic jaunt for Gary Neville's testimonial match in Manchester?

Salt Lake vs. Seattle 9 p.m. Saturday (

Since moving into Rio Tinto Stadium in 2008, Real Salt Lake has yet to lose a regular-season home match.

Inter Milan vs. Palermo

3 p.m. Sunday (GolTV/

Inter gets one more shot at a trophy this season, this time in the Coppa Italia final at Rome's Olympic Stadium.

Reading vs.

Swansea City

10 a.m. Monday (Fox Soccer Channel)

The playoff final in England's second-tier championship is known as the "richest game in soccer" because of the financial windfall the winner gets for promotion to the Premier League.

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