USA vs. England Live Stream: How to Watch FIFA U17 World Cup Quarterfinal for Free
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USA vs. England Live Stream: How to Watch FIFA U17 World Cup Quarterfinal for Free

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With a spot in the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup semifinals on the line, the United States and England meet Saturday at The Fatorda Stadium in Margao, Goa.

In the United States, the match is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. ET and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 2. Those with a cable subscription that includes that channel can watch online via Fox Sports Go, but if you’ve cut the cable cord or don’t have FS2 as part of your subscription, you can still watch at no cost by signing up for a free trial of one of the following live-TV streaming services:

Fubo TV: Fox Sports 2 is included in the main channel package, “Fubo Premier.”

DirecTV Now: Fox Sports 2 is included in the “Go Big” and Gotta Have It” channel packages.

Sling TV: Fox Sports 2 is included in the “Sling Blue” channel package.

Again, all of these options include a free trial, so you can watch USA vs. England at no cost.


Quarterfinal Matchups

Germany vs. Brazil

United States vs. England

Mali vs. Ghana

Spain vs. Iran


Preview

Looking to encourage their country after the senior team’s embarrassing failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the United States is doing a pretty good job of lifting national spirits with their play in India. After qualifying for the knockout stage as a third-place team from their group, the Americans blitzed Group B winner Paraguay in the Round of 16, 5-0.

It was a clinical performance from the Baby Yanks, as Tim Weah bagged a hat trick, while Andrew Carleton and Josh Sargent also found the back of the net:

Of course, things will get decidedly more difficult in the quarterfinals. England dominated group play with three wins, 11 goals and a plus-nine goal differential, and Steve Cooper’s squad was then able to take down a good Japan side via penalty kicks earlier this week.

England is considered the favorite in this one, but if the United States plays anything like they did in the Round of 16, they have a good shot at advancing to the semifinals of this tournament for the first time since 1999.

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