The United States Womens National Team advanced to the quarterfinals of the FIFA Womens World Cup with a 2-0 victory over bitter rival Colombia on June 22 in Edmonton, Alberta. Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd (the latter on a penalty kick) scored for the Americans, who controlled play for most of the match.
The U.S. Womens National Teams next opponent is China, which beat Cameroon 1-0 in its quarterfinal match. The U.S.-China match will be played Friday, June 26, at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, the Canadian capital. China is ranked 16th in the world.
The USA and China will play at 7:30 p.m. ET in Ottawa, where it will be 7:30 p.m. local time.
The USA-China match will be shown on Fox. NBC Universo will air the Spanish-language broadcast.
Fox Sports Go offers a stream of the match to cable subscribers. Those without cable can use FoxSoccer2Go, (but it costs $19.99 per month). NBC Deportes also offers a live stream, for Spanish-speaking fans, if they have a cable subscription.
Sirius XM broadcasts all Womens World Cup matches, and will air USA vs. China on channel No. 94.
The U.S. womens soccer team will play the winner of the quarterfinal match between Germany and France. The match will take place at 7 p.m. ET June 30 in Montreals Stade Olympique (Olympic Stadium).
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