Welcome to the British Bulldog

If the words Arsenal, Tottenham or Blackburn mean anything to you, the Bulldog is the place you need to be. We open at 7:00am so you can catch your favorite team live from across the pond. (If you don’t know what any of this means, you can go ahead and stop reading now.) This is English Premier League heaven, but also soccer and rugby of every stripe. If you’re a fan or a player of the Beautiful Game, you’ll be in good company at the British Bulldog. Enough said.

 

Bulldog Football Schedule


May 16th, 2017

Feature Matches

The relegation battle has been decided, and Chelsea have won the 2016/17 Premier League title!  The focus turns to the fight for Champions League football next season, and everything that entails for the Clubs that make the cut.  Mid week we have some critical fixtures for both Arsenal and Manchester City, and a match that Jose Mourinho claims is an annoyance to his side.  The Gunners must win out, starting this afternoon against Sunderland, and then again on the weekend when they face Everton!  These two wins are crucial, but they'll need help from Liverpool and/or Manchester City if they are to keep their Champions League streak alive.  City and Liverpool need only win on the final day, and their top four position will be cemented.  Manchester United have two matches remaining , but their focus will be solely on winning the Europa League Final the following week.  Join us at the Pub for the final day of the 2016/17 season, where we will focus on the battle for the top four!

In Spain the title race will go down to the final day!  Real Madrid meet Celta Vigo mid week, and with a win they'll go clear at the top of La Liga heading into the last match day.  Barcelona will still be in striking distance, but need Real to lose one of their two final matches.  We will have coverage for both matches, as they finish the season simultaneously on Sunday afternoon!

The 
Colorado Rapids had a nice win at home last week, finally finding some offense to add to their stingy defense.  This week they are away on Wednesday and Saturday, when they meet Chicago and then Philadelphia.  Let's hope the momentum continues, and be sure to join us to watch all the action at our Away Game Viewing Parties!

On the Horizon

Next week we feature the Europa League Final between Manchester United and Ajax, the FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Arsenal, and the 
Colorado Rapids are at home against Western Conference foe Sporting K.C.!

This Week's Football
 
Monday May 15th
Chelsea v Watford 1pm (EPL)

 
Tuesday May 16th
Arsenal v Sunderland 12:45pm (EPL)
Reading v Fulham 12:45pm (Championship Playoff Leg 2)
Manchester City v West Brom 1pm (EPL)
 
Wednesday May 17th
Southampton v Manchester United 12:45pm (EPL)
Juventus v Lazio 1pm (Coppa Italia Final)
Celta Vigo v Real Madrid 1pm (La Liga)
Philadelphia v Houston 5:30pm (MLS)
Chicago v Colorado 6:30pm (MLS Away Game)
Sporting KC v Seattle 6:30pm (MLS)
RSL v New York City 7pm (MLS)
San Jose v Orlando 8:30pm (MLS)
 
Thursday May 18th
Leicester City v Tottenham 12:45pm (EPL)
 
Friday May 19th
Granada v Espanyol 12:45pm (La Liga)
NYRB v Toronto 5:30pm (MLS)
 
Saturday May 20th
Bayern Munchen v Freiburg 7:30am (Bundesliga)
Borussia Dortmund v Werder Bremen 7:30am (Bundesliga)
Chievo v Roma 10am (Serie A)
PSG v Caen 1pm (Ligue 1)
Montreal v Portland 1pm (MLS)
D.C. United v Chicago 2pm (MLS)
Seattle v RSL 3pm (MLS)
Atlanta v Houston 5pm (MLS)
Philadelphia v Colorado 5pm (MLS)
Vancouver v Sporting K.C. 5pm (MLS)
Dallas v San Jose 6pm (MLS)
 
Sunday May 21st
Arsenal v Everton 8am (EPL)
Manchester United v Crystal Palace 8am (EPL)
Liverpool v Middlesborough 8am (EPL)
Watford v Manchester City 8am (EPL)
Hull v Tottenham 8am (EPL)
Chelsea v Sunderland 8am (EPL)
Burnley v West Ham 8am (EPL)
Swansea v West Brom 8am (EPL)
Southampton v Stoke 8am (EPL)
Leicester v Bournemouth 8am (EPL)
Barcelona v Eibar 12pm (La Liga)
Malaga v Real Madrid 12pm (La Liga)
New England v Columbus 12:30pm (MLS)
Minnesota v L.A. Galaxy 3pm (MLS)
Orlando v New York City 5pm (MLS)
 
4th Annual Summer SOCCER and a MOVIE Camp
CAMP DESCRIPTION:  Participants play games and learn basic soccer skills led by local soccer dad and coach Bob Boyle and a team of experienced and licensed soccer coaches at Denver East High School in the mornings, followed by lunch and a closely supervised 10-minute walk to the Sie FilmCenter in the afternoons for age-appropriate movies.  Campers receive a tee shirt and a ball. Scholarships and financial assistance available.

June 19 - 23, 2017 @ Denver EAST High School  and Sie FilmCenter
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm / Friday 9am - Noon
AGES 6 - 11 (1ST - 6TH GRADE / ALL LEVELS)
COST: $315 THROUGH 2/14, $345 THROUGH 3/31, $375 UNTIL FULL
All proceeds benefit America SCORES DenverDenver East High SchoolDenver Film Society and 303FUTSAL 
Register Here:   https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/50564 
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