(GMT is 8 hours ahead of Pacific Standard time, 7 hours ahead of Pacific Daylight (Summer) time)
UK sites including "SportingLife" which we found most useful in the
past have consolidated their fixtures listings unser the name "Fixtures365".
Once at the site, you can follow the menus to find listings for England, Scotland,
France, Holland, Spain and Germany. We need information on a good source
for Serie A Calcio.
Click here for fixtures 365
From the BBC:
Spain (9 hours ahead of Pacific Time)
Soccer Spain is an English language site with useful information. Click on "Kick off times" once you arrive at the site to see when the matches begin.
The best site for the Major League Soccer schedule is the Official MLS Schedule which includes TV broadcast information, and some radio information.
You can click USL for their official schedule
I go here for the(This link is often a little slow. And it sets you to the first matchday/jornada, so you have to know enough about the league to quickly choose the week you want).
From the French League (times shown 9 hours ahead of Pacific Time).
Click Here for Bundesliga (9 hours ahead of Pacific Time)
Argentine First Division (4 hours ahead of Pacific Time, BST3 same as Brazilian Standard)
Portuguese First Division (amusingly now named the "liga bet and win")
Upcoming matches on Fútbol de Primera
South America (Copa America, Libertadores, World Cup Qualifying) - Click the logo of the appropriate competition.
Primera Division La Liga
México - See the schedule link above
Click on the logo or the team name
England - Click on the club for their squad list. Scroll down.
Italy - Click the club name.
México - Choose the team (equipo) from the the list upper left of page. They show the matches, scroll down to see the rosters.
Spain - Finding rosters has become more complicated. And the sight we have used keeps changing. You may be able to navigate choosing our link, then the league, then choose the team you want from the "por equipos" drop down. When you reach the page for the team, click on "plantilla".
USA - This pages provides list and links for all MLS teams. Clock the logo for the team you want. This brings you the the indidual club website. Within most of the club sites you find Roster by clicking "club" in the menu bar at the top of the page.
France - This page is the official league site. Click on the logo for the team, then click on "Effectifs" to get list of players.
Germany - When you reach the page, click "Kader" for the team.
Sadly the number one website for schedules of Soccer on TV in the United States and Canada has been sold, and effectively gone dark.
|Not quite as timely complete or extensive as SoccerTV.com used to be, this newer site is quite useful and seems to be continuing to improve.|
|Click the logo for their weekly PDF format schedules.|
The above link only brings you to a page which provides schedules for the current week and next week for FSW, and futher links to the Spanish and Canadian schedules.
|Upcoming match schedules for Gol are available if you click the logo.|
Click the logo to go to the ESPN Sports Wizard, a source of advance scheduling information for ESPN, espn2 and several ESPN International channels.
A good source of listings of matches broadcast in México, and available over the air close to the US/México border.
|This listing service has evolved to become our favorite website for TV schedulesr.
Remarkably awful on line interface considering the experience TV Guide has with presenting TV listings. They seem to do a slightly better job of updating listings at the last minute, but it's not worth the pain.
|We used this site for a long time, but they have also move to glitter rather than usability.|
Soccer-friendly pubs and restaurants A very valuable resource for Soccer fans, though apparently not updated in a couple of years..
In case you haven't come across this truly valuable resource for traveling fans in the US, check it out. Click the logo.
A nice website with plenty of information and tools to figure out time differences and transitions to and from daylight savings time is available from. Click here.
Another site provides a customized set of clocks for almost any set of cities you want. Each city is also provided with daylight savings time info and other demographics such as long distance phone calling.
|Another site, this one supplies a nice tool called "Atomic Clock Synch" which easily resets your computer's system clock to pretty exact time.|
Soccer Commercials click here.
SoccerNet (affiliated with ESPN) provides a live score update for many matches, including English league matches, matches from Gemany, and more.
The German magazine Kicker provides an on line live tracker in German for Bundesliga and German National Team matches.
LiveScore.Com is a site which presents constant updates to match scores as the game goes on.
|Click the rotating logo to access a powerful currency conversion tool.|
English to French
German to English Soccer Terms
Italian Soccer Terms
For similar information on sports webcasts in general click on the icon above. Lots of information for the general sports fan (with a particular emphasis on Baseball). Recommended. (popup ads). In Spring 2004 the site began a major overhaul after a couple of years, and in the future will be known as "The Game Live" (Formerly "The Sports Broadcast Pages")
Penguin radio is a fabulous resource for anyone who wants to listen to internet broadcasts. They have links to thousands of stations, organized by format, area, call letters, etc. etc. They assign code numbers to each broadcast, so as the stations change their web site, method of streaming, and the like, the users continue to choose the station by the same name. Their focus is more on round the clock broadcasts than specific events. They do well by soccer, it clearly receives more attention than USA sports like baseball, gridiron football or basketball. If you can't find something here on socceraudio.com, when you get to their site click on 'soccer' within the sports section on their front page. You can then drill down by country.
comfm.com is a similar service. They are in France, and primarily provide links
to the audio for French radio (most of the stations found in our French section
|Live Radio Net also provides an extensive list of web streams from broadcast stations worldwide.|
Many of the flags on this site obtained from the Flags
of the World site.
The world stadiums website is an interesting way to spend some time checking out pictures of hundreds of stadiums around the world. They describe themselves as "an encyclopaedical collection of mainly football (soccer) stadiums all over the world. As football is by far the most popular sport in the world, the majority of stadiums presented on World Stadiums are football stadiums. However, non-football stadiums are presented as well for those countries where the popularity of football has not achieved a top place.
(aka CyberSoccerNews.com) is run by Cyber Soccer Associates (CSA). CSA was originally created to provide America Online with MLS reporting during the inaugural season of the league. 1999 CSA became the major information supplier to SoccerSpot.com as well as providing the FIFA Women's World Cup Organizing Committee with game reports, human interest stories, and feature articles to the official WWC99 website. SoccerSpot was purchased by internetsoccer.com in late 1999 and both sites were subsequently acquired by TEAMtalk.com, which continued to be an outlet for CSA's unique, in-depth approach to US soccer reporting through 2001.
Now that TeamTalk.com has shut down internetsoccer.com, CSA has started it's own outlet, click on their logo to check it out.
|Click the magazine logo to read articles about soccer in the US.|
|Here is a Spanish Language paper out of Los Angeles.|
They describe themselves as "a serious football resource where you can find links to club teams, official sites, players and legends websites and more"