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USA vs Canada friendly to air live online and on TV in North America and the world

January 29 2013 By Angela Asante
USA vs Canada rivalry rekindles tonight. Teams warm-up with 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification in sight; Live broadcast options to be available to soccer fans in North America and the world through top channel networks.

USA fans can catch USA vs Canada live on multiple channels.Miami, Florida – 29 January 2013 -- The North American soccer audience anxiously anticipates Tuesday night’s international friendly match between North American rivals Canada and USA. This fixture, which opens the U.S. MNT’s Centennial Year celebration, is set to take place at the BBVA Compass Stadium at 21:00 EST.

Thanks to multiple channels available across the globe, fans who cannot make their way to the venue will be able to follow the action live from their television or computer screens. Live streaming and TV schedule information from various sections of the world has been made available on LiveSoccerTV.com’s USA vs Canada match page.

 

For U.S. viewers, USA vs Canada has found space in between Watch ESPN’s live soccer broadcast schedule currently packed with AFCON 2013 matches. ESPN2 is another source set to air this North American friendly fixture which will preced the channel’s coverage of Manchester United vs Southampton and Mexico vs Denmark before the beginning of February.

Lastly, in the list of channels to offer live coverage to the United States’ audience is Univision Deportes – well known for its loyalty to French and Mexican football.

Like Sportsnet West, Sportsnet One will honour Canada’s national soccer team by offering TV coverage to viewers in Canada. Internationally, live streaming will be available on LiveSport.TV. 

With Al Jazeera Sports +7, soccer fans in Arabic nations will not be left out from Tuesday night’s encounter which should give a lot of ideas for USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann and the ambitious Canucks.  

 



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