Championship: Hull City vs. Sheffield Wednesday, 11 a.m. Saturday, beIN Sports. Sure, the Champions League final gets all the attention, but in financial terms this might be Saturday’s most important game, with the winner sharing in the riches of the Premier League next season. Wednesday hasn’t been in the Premier League since 2000; Hull was relegated last year.

 

Champions League: Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 9. Real Madrid has all the history, with 10 European titles, three more than anyone else — and 10 more than its rivals from across town, who have lost in two finals. Atletico hasn’t lost to Madrid since the 2014 Champions League final, a span of eight games.

 

Friendly: Bolivia at USA, 7 p.m. Saturday, FS1. The U.S. men’s national team beat Ecuador 1-0 in a dull affair last week, and now has one more chance to tune up ahead of Copa America. The Ecuador win was highlighted by a 90th-minute goal from Darlington Nagbe and an impressive late cameo from teenager Christian Pulisic.

 

Liga MX: Pachuca at Monterrey, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Univision Deportes. The two-legged league championship match is finely balanced, after Pachuca pulled off a 1-0 win at home on Thursday. The final now moves to Monterrey, where Pachuca hasn’t won since 2010. American center back Omar Gonzalez, who moved to Pachuca from Los Angeles in the winter, has a chance for a title.