The Dr Pepper Dallas Cup, the most prestigious international youth soccer tournament in the United States, has announced Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will broadcast a total of eleven tournament games in HD, across the country. Dr Pepper Dallas Cup XXXVI will take place from March 29 through April 5.

 

Eight of the eleven televised games, including five Gordon Jago Super Group games, will be telecast live. 2015 marks the seventh year that the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup has partnered with Time Warner Cable to televise tournament games.

 

All Dr Pepper Dallas Cup games airing on Time Warner Cable’s sports networks will also be streamed live on www.twcsportschannel.com, where viewers can also get updates to the full television schedule.

 

The Dr Pepper Dallas Cup televised matches will air regionally on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel throughout the state of Texas, and in select on Time Warner Cable SportsChannels markets serving New York, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Ohio, and North Carolina. In Southern California, Time Warner Cable Deportes, the first ever Spanish-language regional sports network, will televise select games on a taped delayed basis nationally on most Time Warner Cable systems.

 

Stadium games not telecast on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, including the opening day triple-header at the Historic Cotton Bowl and the Under-13 Championship game at Toyota Stadium, will be streamed, for free, at www.dallascup.com.

 

The internationally renowned youth soccer tournament will kick off its 36th year with an opening day celebration on Sunday, March 29 that includes a Super Group triple-header at the Cotton Bowl.  The opening day marquee game will feature current Dr Pepper Dallas Cup Champion River Plate of Argentina and the U-18 Premier League Champion Everton at 6:30pm. Ticket and general tournament information can be found at www.dallascup.com.

For channel listings, full Dallas Cup TV schedules and more information, visit www.twcsportschannel.com.

Dr Pepper Dallas Cup Broadcast Schedule 

Sunday, March 29 – Cotton Bowl

12:30 PM Corinthians (BRA) vs. FC Dallas Academy (USA) Live Stream and Spanish language feed on DallasCup.com
3:00 PM Valencia (ESP) vs. Tigres (MEX) Live Stream and Spanish language feed on DallasCup.com
6:30 PM River Plate (ARG) vs. Everton (ENG) Live Stream and Spanish language feed on DallasCup.com

Wednesday, April 1 – Cotton Bowl

5:00 PM Game to be announced on Monday, March 30 TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed
7:30 PM Game to be announced on Monday, March 30 TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed

Friday, April 3 – Toyota Stadium

6:00 PM Gordon Jago Super Group Semi-Final 1 TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed
8:00 PM Gordon Jago Super Group Semi-Final 2 TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed

Saturday, April 4 – Toyota Stadium

9:00 AM U-13 Championship Game Live Stream on DallasCup.com
1:00 PM U-14 Championship Game TWC Tape-Delayed, Texas markets
2:45 PM U-15 Championship Game TWC Tape-Delayed, Texas markets
4:45 PM U-16 Championship Game TWC Tape-Delayed, Texas markets

Sunday, April 5 – Toyota Stadium

10:00 AM U-17 Championship Game TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed
12:30 PM Super 17s Championship Game TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed
3:00 PM U-19 Championship Game TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed
6:00 PM Gordon Jago Super Group Championship Game TWC Live; TWC Deportes Tape-Delayed