The US Women's national team will be facing Mexico's women's national team in two friendly matches in July this year. In this article, we will cover the USWNT vs Mexico live stream options available for both matches, but keep in mind that we will only cover legal options available for US customers.

USWNT vs Mexico – Match Details

USWNT vs Mexico live streaming

The two friendly matches between the USWNT and Mexico will be held on these dates at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in Connecticut. The first match will be on July 2nd at 2:00 EEST and the second match will be on July 6th at 12:00 EEST.

In the past, the two teams have played eleven matches against each other and ten of them were wins for the US Women's national team, so there are a lot of fans out there. Considering that the USWNT hasn't lost a game since the start of 2019 when they played against France, we think that Mexico will have a tough time defending against these players.

What is the USWNT vs Mexico Live Stream Options?

There are only some legal USWNT vs Mexico live stream options you can consider and we will talk a little more about them below.

Subscription to an Online Streaming Platform

In the age of the internet, it's logical to suggest subscribing to an online streaming service to watch the USWNT vs Mexico live stream fixture. Since for the first friendly game (on July 2nd), FS1 and TUDN have broadcasting rights, and for the second friendly game ESPN and TUDN have the rights, you should choose a streaming platform, which offers most of these networks.

TUDN is an American Spanish network, which is hard to find in a US streaming package belonging to any of the platforms we will mention, but that leaves FS1 and ESPN. Most of these online streaming platforms offer these programs even in their basic packages, but before subscribing, you will have to double-check if the networks are included in the package, you are about to subscribe to.

FuboTV

Fubo TV is one of the best streaming options for soccer fans considering they have over thirty channels dedicated to the sport and half of them are in Spanish. If you pay for the sports add-on, you will get FOX Soccer Plus. The pricing of the platform depends on the package you choose and range between $64.99–$79.99 per month.

SlingTV

Sling offers customers over twenty sports channels and nine of them are in Spanish. The price depends if you get the Blue, Orange, or Combined package and can cost between $35–$50 per month.

YouTubeTV

YouTube TV offers customers eighteen available channels and among them is FOX Soccer Plus, of which only two are in Spanish. The service costs $64.99 per month and it provides you with unlimited DVR space (gets deleted after nine months) and the chance to use score-hiding and other features.

Bookmaker Live Streaming

Some bookmakers provide the so-called “live streaming” feature to their customers. This feature allows you to watch any game that will be on the streaming schedule live once it starts. You can also place live bets on some of the matches available if you are into sports wagering. Here are the best bookmakers that offer live streaming in the US:

The live streaming feature is free to use but to get access to it and the bookmaker platform, you will have to make a deposit and place a bet on the platform. From time to time, to avoid flagging your account as inactive, you will have to place a few bets, but other than that this is a cheaper option than subscribing to an online sports streaming service where you have to pay each month and if you enjoy betting, then this is the place for you.

Of course, we can't guarantee that the bookmaker you choose to register to will 100% have the matches you want to watch on their live streaming schedule, so unless you already have sports betting account at any of the top legal US bookmakers, then you should consider other options.

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USWNT vs Mexico Live Stream via Cable Networks

The old-fashioned cable subscription is one of the easiest ways to watch the USWNT vs Mexico friendly games if you have ESPN or FS1. TUBE TV is also an option if your cable subscription offers it, but the channel is in Spanish.

Contact your local company and sign a contract, if you don't already have one, but if you are looking at cheaper options, there are some available, but you will have to compare the prices between a cable subscription and an online streaming platform subscription.

Here are the top Cable provider companies in the USA:

  • DISH
  • Spectrum
  • Xfinity
  • DIRECTV
  • Cox
  • RCN
  • Optimum

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