August 16

USWNT World Cup schedule, scores: TV channels, live stream for USA’s 2019 Women’s World Cup matches

first_imgNetherlands 2, Canada 1 South Africa 0, Germany 4 South Korea 1, Norway 2 June 28USA 2, France 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 29Italy 0, Netherlands 2 France 2, Norway 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 8Germany 1, China 0 MORE: Watch the Women’s World Cup live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)USWNT scores, TV schedule at Women’s World Cup 2019All USA games will air on either Fox or Fox Sports 1 with Spanish broadcast available on Telemundo and NBC Universo.Group stageDateMatchupJune 11USA 13, Thailand 0June 16USA 3, Chile 0June 20USA 2, Sweden 0Knockout stageDateMatchup Germany 1, Spain 0 TUESDAY, JUNE 18Jamaica 1, Australia 4 United States 13, Thailand 0 Italy 0, Brazil 1 England 2, Scotland 1 Jamaica 0, Italy 5 SUNDAY, JUNE 16Sweden 5, Thailand 1 THURSDAY, JUNE 20Cameroon 2, New Zealand 1 Chile 0, Sweden 2 TUESDAY, JUNE 11New Zealand 0, Netherlands 1 Spain 3, South Africa 1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12Nigeria 2, South Korea 0 SUNDAY, JUNE 23R16: England 3, Cameroon 0 TUESDAY, JULY 2USA 2, England 1 July 2USA 2, England 1 TUESDAY, JUNE 25R16: Italy 2, China 0 THURSDAY, JUNE 27England 3, Norway 0 Germany 1, Sweden 2 TeamWDLPointsEngland3009Scotland0121Argentina1114Japan1114GROUP E –  bolded advancedTeamWDLPointsCanada2016Cameroon1023New Zealand0030Netherlands3009GROUP F –  bolded advancedTeamWDLPointsUnited States3009Thailand0030Chile1023Sweden2016Win = 3 pointsDraw = 1 pointLoss = 0 pointsFull 2019 Women’s World Cup scheduleFRIDAY, JUNE 7France 4, South Korea 0 Brazil 3, Jamaica 0 Canada 1, Cameroon 0 The United States women’s national team has booked its spot in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final, looking for back-to-back championships for the first time in history.Here’s everything to know about the USWNT at the Women’s World Cup, including how to watch USA matches on TV and stream online, plus a full schedule and updated standings. Canada 2, New Zealand 0 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19Japan 0, England 2 MONDAY, JUNE 17China 0, Spain 0 MONDAY, JUNE 10Argentina 0, Japan 0 Scotland 3, Argentina 3 SATURDAY, JULY 6England vs. Sweden11 a.m. ETFoxSUNDAY, JULY 7USA vs. Netherlands11 a.m. ETFox SUNDAY, JUNE 9Australia 1, Italy 2 Norway 3, Nigeria 0 FRIDAY, JUNE 14Japan 2, Scotland 1 Nigeria 0, France 1 Sweden 0, United States 2 R16: Norway 1, Australia 1; Norway adv. on PKs SATURDAY, JUNE 22R16: Germany 3, Nigeria 0 Thailand 0, Chile 2 England 1, Argentina 0 R16: France 2, Brazil 1 MONDAY, JUNE 24R16: USA 2, Spain 1 R16: Sweden 1, Canada 0 South Africa 0, China 1 R16: Netherlands 2, Japan 1 FinalDateResultTime (Channel)July 7USA vs. Netherlands11 a.m. ET (Fox)How to watch USA World Cup games live onlineAll of the USWNT’s matches will be streamed on FoxSports.com, the Fox Sports app or by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.USA’s Women’s World Cup 2019 rosterThe 23-player roster for the USWNT is headlined by veteran leadership and young talent. Forward Carli Lloyd leads the team, making her fourth World Cup roster. Following close behind Lloyd with three tournaments are six World Cup winners: Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Tobin Heath, Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O’Hara and Ali Krieger.Eleven of the 23 players are heading to their first World Cup tournament.PlayerPositionClub TeamAdrianna FranchGoalkeeperPortland Thorns FCAshlyn HarrisGoalkeeperOrlando PrideAlyssa NaeherGoalkeeperChicago Red StarsAbby DahlkemperDefenderNC CourageTierna DavidsonDefenderChicago Red StarsCrystal DunnDefenderNC CourageAli KriegerDefenderOrlando PrideKelley O’HaraDefenderUtah Royals FCBecky SauerbrunnDefenderUtah Royals FCEmily SonnettDefenderPortland Thorns FCMorgan BrianMidfielderChicago Red StarsJulie ErtzMidfielderChicago Red StarsLindsey HoranMidfielderPortland Thorns FCRose LavelleMidfielderWashington SpiritAllie LongMidfielderReign FCSamantha MewisMidfielderNC CourageTobin HeathForwardPortland Thorns FCCarli LloydForwardSky Blue FCJessica McDonaldForwardNC CourageAlex MorganForwardOrlando PrideChristen PressForwardUtah Royals FCMallory PughForwardWashington SpiritMegan RapinoeForwardReign FCMORE: A complete guide to the 2019 Women’s World CupFIFA Women’s World Cup standingsThe 24 competing teams are divided into six groups. The four teams in each group play each other once in the group stage of the tournament. The two teams finishing first and second in each group automatically advance to the knockout rounds. The top four best third placed teams also advance to the knockouts.From there, with 16 remaining teams, the competition is single elimination: survive and advance. GROUP A – bolded advancedTeamWDLPointsFrance3009South Korea0030Norway2016Nigeria1023GROUP B –  bolded advancedTeamWDLPointsGermany3009China1114Spain1114South Africa0030GROUP C –  bolded advancedTeamWDLPointsAustralia2016Italy2016Brazil3016Jamaica0020GROUP D –  bolded advanced FRIDAY, JUNE 28USA 2, France 1 United States 3, Chile 0 WEDNESDAY, JULY 3Netherlands 1, Sweden 0 THURSDAY, JUNE 13Australia 3, Brazil 2 June 24USA 2, Spain 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 15Netherlands 3, Cameroon 1last_img read more

January 11

Tart words over BlackBerry breakdown

first_imgThat facility serves as a hub for RIM’s North American traffic, routing messages between the roughly 8 million BlackBerry devices now in use and the various sources of e-mail, from private corporate servers to Web-based accounts like Yahoo and AOL. The outage reverberated on Wall Street, too. RIM’s share price slid at Wednesday’s open, but recovered and rallied – suggesting, perhaps, that a product that can provoke this much consternation holds an enviable position against emerging challenges from the likes of Microsoft Corp., Motorola Inc. and Nokia Corp. The stock rose $3.10, or 2.4 percent, to close at $134.37 in Wednesday trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market despite falling as low as $128.80 in the opening minutes. BlackBerry outages have been rare, although minor glitches occasionally cause delays in RIM’s ability to deliver e-mail in real-time – perhaps the most important feature of the service for many users. The last two major disruptions appear to have occurred nearly two years ago, both in June 2005. Nevertheless, even one outage is unbearable for some. While many people rely heavily on the device as a lifeline when they’re away from their computers, even more have simply grown accustomed, occasionally obsessive, about being able to check their e-mail at night and on weekends. “It’s been most inconvenient,” said Dacrie Brooks, a public relations professional attending the annual convention of the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas. “I’ve been using (my BlackBerry) for all my communications because I don’t have access to my laptop between meetings.” “It’s been a challenging day because I’m missing things left and right. That’s not fun.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BlackBerry was also the first order of business at a White House Press briefing Wednesday morning. “I apologize to a number of you who tried e-mailing over the last 14 hours,” White House spokesman Tony Fratto told reporters. “We’re 14 hours into no BlackBerry, so you can imagine how things are,” he said. “We’ve already started a 12-step group.” Research in Motion Ltd., the Canadian company that provides the devices and e-mail service, confirmed the outage Wednesday morning, but disclosed no details about the cause. The outage cut off incoming and outgoing e-mail on BlackBerry devices regardless of which cellular company a user buys the service from, indicating the problem originated at RIM’s network data center in Canada. NEW YORK – Most of it happened outside “work” hours, but the nature of mobile e-mail meant plenty of dismay as BlackBerry service went down across North America from Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning. By the time the service sputtered back to life, jamming the handheld devices with a torrent of delayed messages, grumbles had been heard at the highest levels of business and government. “The sound of BlackBerries being thrown against the desk was deafening for a while,” said Garth Turner, a member of the Canadian Parliament known for his constant Internet blogging. “Because it has become the de facto channel of communications around this place, it actually impacts on the government of Canada and the work of the whole House of Commons.” last_img read more