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League-winners Chelsea and FA-Cup-winners Arsenal will meet at Wembley in this “game of champions,” so-to-speak. Even though it’s a glorified friendly, it is still a London Derby, so both teams will want to secure bragging rights before the Premier League kicks off next weekend. With a win, Arsenal will tie Liverpool with the second-most titles at 15. Chelsea would separate themselves in 6th all-time as they would break loose from Wolves and Manchester City. They would still be two behind Tottenham in 5th.
Where: fuboTV, Fox Sports 1 USA, Fox Sports Go, Fox Deportes, WatchESPN, Arsenal Player, Chelsea TV Online, Fox Soccer Match Pass and SiriusXM FC.
Sevilla and Everton ramp up their training ahead of important Champions League and Europa League playoff first legs later in the week.
Where: ESPN Deportes USA, ESPN3 USA, ESPN Deportes+ USA, WatchESPN
Brighton will suffer a bit of a trial by fire as they prepare for their Premier League opener going against mighty Atletico Madrid.
Where: ESPN3 USA, WatchESPN
A rather exciting Women’s Euro comes to a close as beloved hosts Netherlands will come up against beloved upset queens Denmark. This is both Denmark’s and the Netherlands’ first Euro final. The Netherlands beat Denmark during the group stage 1-0, but that was before Denmark ensured that a team other than Germany would win the tournament for the first time since 1993 when Denmark stunned the six-time defending champions in the Quarterfinals. Denmark would go on to defeat Austria in penalties in the Semis. The Netherlands decisively beat Sweden and England to get to the Final.
Where: fuboTV, ESPN2 USA, ESPN3 USA, Univision Deportes USA, WatchESPN, UEFA TV and YouTube.
The English Championship kicks off this weekend as Leeds, a side that plummeted out of playoff contention last season, will look to rebound and earn promotion into the Premier League.
Where: ESPN3 USA, WatchESPN
Both teams look to acquire full fitness before their seasons commence within the next couple of weeks.
Where: fuboTV, beIN Sports Connect USA, beIN Sports en Espanol
The 9th edition of the Hudson River Derby, or New York Derby depending on who you ask, will take place at Yankee Stadium with NYCFC coming off of just their second win in this matchup. Jack Harrison and Ben Sweat scored the decisive goals in their June encounter at Red Bull Arena and will look to ensure that New York remains blue until the final meeting this season in late August.
Where: fuboTV, Fox Sports 1 USA, Fox Sports Go, Fox Sports Deportes, AFN Sports 2, Fox Soccer Match Pass and SiriusXM FC.