Saturday, February 13, 2016

Live updates: U.S. men's national team vs. Germany, U.S. women vs. Canada

This afternoon, the U.S. Soccer Federation celebrates its 100th year with a pair of big-time friendlies.

Live updates: U.S. men's national team vs. Germany, U.S. women vs. Canada

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United States Men vs. Germany

Time: 2:30 p.m. EDT
Venue: Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington, D.C.
TV: ESPN2 (Ian Darke, Taylor Twellman, and Mónica González, with Bob Ley, Kasey Keller and Alexi Lalas at the on-site studio desk) and UniMás (Jorge Pérez-Navarro, Diego Balado, Marcelo Balboa and Iván Kasanzew), with both broadcasts starting at 2:00 p.m.

United States Women at Canada

Time: 4:30 p.m. EDT
Venue: BMO Field, Toronto, Ont.
TV: ESPNews (Adrian Healey, Julie Foudy and Cat Whitehill)

TORONTO - This afternoon, the U.S. Soccer Federation celebrates its 100th year with a pair of big-time friendlies.

First up, the men's national team faces Germany in Washington, where a capacity crowd of nearly 46,000 will pack one of American soccer's signature stadiums. 

Then the action moves from the banks of the Anacostia River to the banks of Lake Ontario, where the U.S. women will face Canada for the first time since last summer's thriller at the Olympics. BMO Field's 21,000 seats sold out within two hours of tickets going on sale in March, and the hype has been building ever since.

If you aren't near a TV, you'll be able to get live updates throughout the day right here.

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Staff Writer
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