What soccer games are on today? Man City face Arsenal in huge Premier League clash on March 31

The March 2024 international break has now come to a close, with players from major men’s teams across the world returning to club duty.

The past two weeks have seen all-important playoffs for Euro 2024 take place, plus a host of international friendly matches between major nations, including England hosting Brazil and Belgium and the Selecao visiting Spain.

However, attention is now turning back to club football, with the Premier League entering a decisive final 10 matchdays and the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals just around the corner. Fans will be hoping that their favourites did not sustain any injury concerns during their international exertions.

But with a short break between the end of the FIFA match window and the restart of major club competitions, what games can eager soccer fans look forward to today? The Sporting News runs through the best fixtures on offer.

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What football games are on today? Matches on Sunday, March 31

Premier League

England’s top flight is back and Super Sunday sees Liverpool host Brighton before Man City take on Arsenal in a potential Premier League title-decider. 

Time (ET) Home team Away team
9 a.m. Liverpool Brighton
11:30 a.m. Man City Arsenal

MLS

We have just one MLS game as Atlanta United host Chicago Fire.

Time (ET) Home team Away team
3:30 p.m. Atlanta United Chicago

Bundesliga

We have just three games in Germany’s top flight after a hectic Saturday.

Time (ET) Home team Away team
9:30 a.m. Augsburg Koln
11:30 a.m. VfB Stuttgart FC Heidenheim
1:30 p.m. VfL Bochum SV Darmstadt

Ligue 1

France’s top league sees all the major sides in action.

Time (ET) Home team Away team
7 a.m. Lorient Brest
9 a.m. Clermot Foot Toulouse
9 a.m. Le Havre Montpellier
9 a.m. Nice Nantes
11:05 a.m. Strasbourg Rennes
2:45 p.m. Marseille PSG

La Liga

Real Madrid are in action on Sunday as they look to close in on another Spanish title.

Time (ET) Home team Away team
8 a.m. Celta Vigo Rayo Vallecano
10:15 a.m. Girona Real Betis
11:30 a.m. Deportivo Alaves Real Sociedad
3 p.m. Real Madrid Athletic Club

Women’s Super League

Time (ET) Home team Away team
7 a.m. Man United Everton
10 a.m. West Ham Brighton

Portuguese Primeira Liga

Time (ET) Home team Away team
1 p.m. Vizela Casa Pia AC

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