How To Live Stream 2019 Women’s World Cup

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The U.S. women are one win away from a place in the finals of the 2019 Women’s World Cup. But standing in their way is a formidable England team, making its second consecutive appearance in the semifinals of the biggest tournament in women’s soccer.

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How to Watch USA vs England: Live Stream 2019 Women’s World Cup

The U.S. women are one win away from a place in the finals of the 2019 Women’s World Cup. But standing in their way is a formidable England team, making its second consecutive appearance in the semifinals of the biggest tournament in women’s soccer.

Expect a highly competitive match from a pair of teams that both see themselves lifting the trophy when all is said and done. And when the U.S.-England match kicks off tomorrow (July 2), you don’t have to miss a minute of the action, even if you’re nowhere near a TV.

Streaming options abound for this Women’s World Cup semifinal match-up, as they have throughout the tournament. And don’t despair if you’re traveling when Megan Rapinoe and company square off against the Lionesses — we run through your VPN options, as well.

When does the U.S. Women’s soccer team play England?
The semifinal between the U.S. Women’s National Team and England’s Lionesses kicks off at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, with Fox providing the coverage in the U.S. Telemundo is carrying the Spanish-language broadcast in the U.S.

The U.S./England match from Lyon is the first of two semifinals being contested this week. On Wednesday (July 3), Sweden plays the Netherlands to determine who faces the winner of the U.S./England match on Sunday’s final. The losers of the two semifinal games play in a third-place match on Saturday. Sweden and the Netherlands also kick off at 3 p.m. ET, but that match will be on FS1, Fox’s cable channel.

How they got here
Both the U.S. and England swept through group play with perfect records. England has had an easier time of it in the knockout stages, beating Cameroon 3-0 in the round of 16 and topping a tougher Norway squad by that same score in the quarterfinals. The U.S. struggled to beat Spain 2-1 in its round of 16 match, while edging host nation France 2-1 in a hard-fought quarterfinal.

Interestingly, this match features three players at the top of the Golden Boot standings for the most goals scored during the tournament. Rapinoe and Alex Morgan of the U.S. both have five goals, as does England’s Ellen White. Carly Lloyd, the hero of the 2015 World Cup, is sitting on three goals heading into this match.

How do I use a VPN to watch the U.S. vs. England?
What if you want to watch the U.S./England match, but you’re out of the country? You could try following along with whatever local broadcast is available in your area, but if you’d prefer the U.S. feed, a virtual private network, or VPN, makes it appear that you’re surfing the web from within the country of your choosing. From there, you can log into streaming services just like you live in the USA.

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