United States soccer player Abby Wambach walks out of the locker room before a workout at Red Bull Arena, Wednesday, June 19, 2013, in Harrison, N.J.

United States soccer player Abby Wambach walks out of the locker room before a workout at Red Bull Arena, Wednesday, June 19, 2013, in Harrison, N.J.


FOXBORO, MA - JUNE 15: US Womens National midfielder Kristie Mewis #8 celebrates with teammates following her goal in the first half against Korea Republic during the game at Gillette Stadium on June 15, 2013 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)


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thrace-:

CANADA VS. USA
Sunday, June 2
4:30 PM ET / 1:30 PM PT
How to watch:
This game is being broadcast live on ESPNews in the US and SportsNet in Canada.
Livestreams to check close to game time:
First Row
nowwatchtvlive
vipbox
And don’t forget to check tags close to kickoff since other streams tend to pop up then.

thrace-:

CANADA VS. USA

Sunday, June 2

4:30 PM ET / 1:30 PM PT

How to watch:

This game is being broadcast live on ESPNews in the US and SportsNet in Canada.

Livestreams to check close to game time:

First Row

nowwatchtvlive

vipbox

And don’t forget to check tags close to kickoff since other streams tend to pop up then.



@ussoccer_wnt: It’s a gorgeous day outside of Toronto for #uswnt training. Three days to #usavcan. http://t.co/Qi4FR4XrUM

@ussoccer_wnt: It’s a gorgeous day outside of Toronto for #uswnt training. Three days to #usavcan. http://t.co/Qi4FR4XrUM



FAVORITE RIVALRY → USA V. JAPAN└ How much mutual respect is there between the U.S. and Japan? So much that there were genuinely warm hugs and a group picture with the two teams between their press conferences at the Olympic press center on Wednesday. So much that U.S. goalie Hope Solo, who proudly states she isn’t friends with players on opposing teams, makes an exception for her pal, Japan captain Aya Miyama. So much that U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe says the Japanese players say “Sorry! Sorry!” after they commit fouls on the field. When Wambach bumped into Sawa at the Olympic Village on Tuesday, they embraced and shared a mutual joy that both teams had made the final. [x]

FAVORITE RIVALRY → USA V. JAPAN
└ How much mutual respect is there between the U.S. and Japan? So much that there were genuinely warm hugs and a group picture with the two teams between their press conferences at the Olympic press center on Wednesday. So much that U.S. goalie Hope Solo, who proudly states she isn’t friends with players on opposing teams, makes an exception for her pal, Japan captain Aya Miyama. So much that U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe says the Japanese players say “Sorry! Sorry!” after they commit fouls on the field. When Wambach bumped into Sawa at the Olympic Village on Tuesday, they embraced and shared a mutual joy that both teams had made the final. [x]