For the first time in US television history, nine live games from the most dramatic day in soccer are being carried on one family of outlets. On Sunday, May 13, the final day of action from the Barclays Premier League , FOX Sports Media Group (FSMG) will present the best in international soccer, as England's top teams compete for financial survival, hardware and European honors.

Led by FX, FOX's fully-distributed cable powerhouse, FSMG networks SPEED, FSN, FUEL TV, FOX Soccer , FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Deportes, along with digital platforms and FOX Soccer 2Go, are carrying all nine matches live at 10:00 AM ET.

Pre-match coverage begins at 9:30 AM ET on all networks with the exception of SPEED, with all outlets carrying post-match coverage of this hallmark event. FX anchors halftime coverage. Pre-match, halftime and post-match coverage (English) is hosted by Rob Stone, with analysis from Eric Wynalda, Warren Barton and Brian McBride.

All FSMG outlets are showing the Barclays Premier League trophy presentation following the day's events along with highlights from all 10 Survival Sunday games.

Today FSMG announced its full lineup for Survival Sunday , highlighted by Manchester United's must-win match at Sunderland to keep its title hopes alive on FX and in Spanish on FOX Deportes. Arsenal , Tottenham and Newcastle United are currently behind Manchester City and Manchester United in the race for highly lucrative UEFA Champions League positions.

All three clubs fight for their place among the elite on Survival Sunday, with Arsenal traveling to West Bromwich Albion on FSN, Tottenham hosting Fulham and American superstar Clint Dempsey on FOX Soccer, and Newcastle battling Everton carried by

Chelsea faces recently-relegated Blackburn Rovers on SPEED ahead of their 2012 UEFA Champions League Final clash with Bayern Munich (May 19/FOX Sports). Liverpool looks to rebound from FA Cup disappointment at Swansea City on FUEL TV, while Bolton must win at Stoke City to stay alive in the Barclays Premier League (FOX Soccer Plus). is a division of FOX Soccer, a News Corporation company.