USA v Canada start time: what time, what TV channel, predictions for the W Championship final game


The CONCACAF W Championship final is set as the United States Women’s National Team will face Canada’s Women’s National Team to see who will win this year’s title. The match is scheduled to start at 10:00 p.m. ET at Estadio BBVA Bancomer in Mexico as the two rival nations battle it out for the championship.

Although there is no TV broadcast in the US, you can catch all the action on Paramount+, which offers live streaming of every match throughout this year’s CONCACAF W Championship.

United States vs. Canada

Date: Monday July 18
Time: 10 p.m. ET
Channel: None
Direct: Paramount+

It’s a familiar scenario, watching the USWNT face Canada in the final of this tournament. The two teams have met five times in the final out of a possible 10 since its inception in 1991. The Americans certainly have the advantage in history, as Canada has never beaten the United States in the title game, going 0-5 when meeting the American Women in the final game of the W Championship.

The most recent championship competition came in 2018 when the United States earned a 2-0 win over Team Canada thanks to goals from Rose Lavelle and Alex Morgan. It was the eighth CONCACAF title for the USWNT, as they will aim for their ninth – and third in a row – with a win against Canada on Monday.

The Canadians are the only other country to have won the tournament, with just two wins in 1998 and 2010, with the final two games ending in a 1-0 win over Mexico. They will be looking to defy the odds and dethrone the Americans as the Canadian team played impressive soccer throughout the competition.

Neither team conceded a goal the entire tournament and, in fact, they each scored exactly the same number of goals with 12. Both teams finished 3-0-0 in the group stage, scoring nine goals without allowing any. opponents. This was followed by both teams recording 3-0 wins in their respective semi-finals, with the Americans beating Costa Rica while Canada secured a 3-0 win over Jamaica.

While both teams have already qualified for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the winner of the W Championship final will also qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games as well as the 2024 CONCACAF Gold Cup.


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