World Cup, USA vs Germany: USMNT live stream, start time, TV info and more


It all comes down to this, the United States’ World Cup hopes boil down to one game and their destiny is in their hands. Win and they’re in to the “Round of 16.”

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Tie, and they’re in. Lose, and they can still get into the knockout round depending on what happens in the game between Ghana and Portugal. Nevertheless, losing the game and being eliminated would be a crushing way to end the World Cup after letting Portugal score that late goal to steal the win from the Americans.

“Obviously, this is a very special game coming up, Germany against the U.S. The results make it even more interesting. If we wouldn’t have ended up in a tie in the last 30 seconds of the game against Portugal, it obviously would be a lot easier, but now as we set out for the game, we have to do it the hard way, the tough way and that’s what we’ve been preparing for, United States men’s national team head coach Jürgen Klinsmann said, via the team’s website. “We’ve been preparing for a very intense game in the heat of Recife and we’re looking forward to it. I think Germany is in a situation where they’re already in the group, I don’t know what percentage maybe 90 or 95 percent, because of the goal advantage that they have in their win against Portugal. They pretty much have qualified and we have to give it another hard day to qualify, which we are ready for, and so we are really looking forward to it.”

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Date: Thursday, June 26
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET/ (UK – 5:00 p.m. BST)
Venue: Arena Pernambuco
Location: Recife, Brazil
TV Info: ESPN, BBC  (UK), Univision (Spanish)
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC, BBC Radio 5 Live (UK)
Live Stream: Watch ESPN / BBC iPlayer (UK) / Univision Deporte en Vivo (Spanish)

Group G Table:

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Information from FIFA.comBBCITVESPN Media ZoneBleacher Report (UK)Wall Street Journal’s Market WatchUnivision and Univision Schedule