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.
5:30 p.m. Saturday (MLSSoccer.com)
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.
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 (MLSSoccer.com)
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/ESPN3.com)
Inter gets one more shot at a trophy this season, this time in the Coppa Italia final at Rome's Olympic Stadium.
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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