France vs United States live streaming

France women vs United States women live streaming: Confirmed line-ups

France vs United States live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch France vs United States online, and indeed the rest of the Women’s World Cup, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: France vs United States

Competition: Women’s World Cup

Date: June 28, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, June 28, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Parc des Princes

MARSEILLE, FRANCE – JUNE 15: The French flag is on show in the crowed during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group A match between France and Albania at Stade Velodrome on June 15, 2016 in Marseille, France. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

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Confirmed line-ups

USWNT hype trailer

France train

France vs United States live streaming: Match preview

This could be a classic.

The hosts take on the holders at, what will be, a packed to the rafters Parc des Princes in Paris.

France are through to the quarter-finals for only the second time and are dreaming of their first World title.

Les Bleues took on South American champions Brazil in their round of 16 tie on Sunday night in Le Havre.

They thought they’d taken the lead early on when Valérie Gauvin headed in but it was ruled out for a foul on the goalkeeper.

0-0 at half time.

Shortly after the break, Kadidiatou Diani’s superb cross picked out Gauvin who tapped in; this one did count.

She has now scored seven goals in her last nine appearances for France.

However, they were not ahead of long.

Just 11 minutes in fact.

Thaisa originally thought her goal had been ruled out for offside but VAR said goal.

1-1 and extra time needed.

Brazil had the best chance of the first half of extra time and were only denied by and outstanding goal-line clearance by Griedge Mbock Bathy.

It proved crucial.

With just 12 minutes remaining, Amel Majri’s free-kick found Amandine Henry who tucked home the winner.

This side have become the first European host to progress beyond the first knockout round at a Women’s World Cup.

Will they make more history here?

It doesn’t get tougher than this tough.

USA have looked unstoppable so far.

The Stars and Stripes have won each of their last eight matches at World Cups by an aggregate score of 29-2.

Although, they were pushed by Spain in their last 16 match up on Monday.

It looked like it was going to be a comfortable afternoon for them in Reims.

Tobin Heath was brought down after just seven minutes and Megan Rapinoe slotted home the spot-kick.

However, less than 100 seconds later, Becky Sauerbrunn was caught at the back and punished by Jenni Hermoso.

1-1.

USA did dominate from then on; Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle testing Spain’s keeper.

Then came the decisive moment.

Lavelle was brought down and after looking at the monitor for over four minutes, referee Katalin Kulcsár awarded a penalty.

Rapinoe shouldered the responsibility once again and scored once again to send America through.

USA have reached the semi-finals in all seven previous Women’s World Cups and don’t want that run to end.

France will have to play better than they have in any game so far to win this one but that seems unlikely.

It’s impossible to look past USA in this game and to win the whole tournament.

101 Great Goals predicts: France 1-3 United States

United States  on Twitter pre Women’s World Cup match vs France

Women’s World Cup: Results & upcoming fixtures

Friday June 7, 2019: France 4 – Korea Republic 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Germany 1 – China PR 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Spain 3 – South Africa 1

Saturday June 8, 2019: Norway 3 – Nigeria 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: Australia 1 – Italy 2

Sunday June 9, 2019: Brazil 3 – Jamaica 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: England 2 – Scotland 1

Monday June 10, 2019: Argentina 0 – Japan 0

Monday June 10, 2019: Canada 1 – Cameroon 0

Tuesday June 11, 2019: New Zealand 0 – Netherlands 1

Tuesday June 11, 2019: Chile 0 – Sweden 2

Tuesday June 11, 2019: United States 13 – Thailand 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Nigeria 2 – Korea Republic 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Germany 1 – Spain 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: France 2 – Norway 1

Thursday June 13, 2019: Australia 3 – Brazil 2

Thursday June 13, 2019: South Africa 0 – China PR 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Japan 2 – Scotland 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Jamaica 0 – Italy 5

Friday June 14, 2019: England 1 – Argentina 0

Saturday June 15, 2019: Netherlands 3 – Cameroon 1

Saturday June 15, 2019: Canada 2 – New Zealand 0

Sunday June 16, 2019: Sweden 5 – Thailand 1

Sunday June 16, 2019: United States 3 – Chile 0

Monday June 17, 2019: South Africa 0 – Germany 4

Monday June 17, 2019: China PR 0 – Spain 0

Monday June 17, 2019: Nigeria 0 – France 1

Monday June 17, 2019: Korea Republic 1 – Norway 2

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Jamaica 1 – Australia 4

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Italy 0 – Brazil 1

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Japan 0 – England 2

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Scotland 3 – Argentina 3

Thursday June 20, 2019: Netherlands 2 – Canada 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Cameroon 2 – New Zealand 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Sweden 0 – United States 2

Thursday June 20, 2019: Thailand 0 – Chile 2

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 1: Germany 3-0 Nigeria

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 2: Norway 1 – Australia 1 (Norway won 4-1 on penalties)

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 3: England 3 – Cameroon 0

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 4: France 2 – Brazil 1 (After extra time)

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 5: Spain 1 – United States of America 2

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 6: Sweden 1 – Canada 0

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 7: Italy 2 – China PR 0

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 8: Netherlands 2 – Japan 1

Thursday June 27, 2019: Quarter-final 1: Norway 0 – England 3

Friday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 2: France vs United States of America

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 3: Italy vs Netherlands

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 4: Germany vs Sweden

Tuesday July 2, 2019: Semi-final 1

Wednesday July 3, 2019: Semi-final 2

Saturday July 6, 2019: Third-place play-off

Sunday July 7, 2019: Women’s World Cup Final

Nike’s brilliant Women’s World Cup advert

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