USMNT vs Canada Concacaf Nations League Finals Stream and TV Info

Gregg Berhalter may be back in charge of the USA men’s national soccer team, but interim coach BJ Callaghan remains on the helm for the team’s busy summer of continental competition.

The summer of football continues for the USMNT with Sunday’s Concacaf Nations League final against Canada. The USA are the defending champions of the competition after beating Mexico in the 2021 final in an overtime thriller.

The USMNT advanced to the finals after a commanding but powerful 3-0 win over Mexico in Thursday’s semifinals.

Canada defeated Panama 2-0 in the other semifinal on Thursday. Canada is in the midst of an impressive streak in the Concacaf game, which included the Confederation’s best record en route to qualifying for the World Cup for the first time in 36 years.

The United States will be without the services of two of their key players on Sunday after defender Sergiño Dest and midfielder Weston McKennie received red cards in Thursday night’s win against Mexico, a game that included a staggering four red and nine yellow cards.

Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday’s game:

When and where is the USMNT-Canada Nations League Finals held?

Kickoff is scheduled for Sunday, June 18 at 8:30 p.m. ET at Allegiant Stadium, home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders. The final between the USA and Canada follows the third-place match between Panama and Mexico, which begins at 18:00 ET (Paramount+ and Univision) at the same stadium.

Where can I watch the Nations League Final between USMNT and Canada?

The English language broadcast will be available on Paramount+ and the Spanish language broadcast on Univision.

Which players are on the USMNT and Canada rosters?


Goalkeeper (4): Drake Callender (Inter Miami), Josh Cohen (Maccabi Haifa/Israel), Sean Johnson (Toronto FC/Canada), Matt Turner (Arsenal/England)

Defender (7): Sergiño Dest (AC Milan/Italy), Chris Richards (Crystal Palace/England), Antonee Robinson (Fulham/England), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), Joe Scally (Borussia Mönchengladbach/Germany), Auston Trusty (Birmingham City/England) , Walker Zimmerman (Nashville SC)

Midfielder (6): Johnny Cardoso (Internacional/Brazil), Luca de la Torre (Celta Vigo/Spain), Weston McKennie (Leeds United/England), Yunus Musah (Valencia/Spain), Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund/Germany), Alan Soñora (FC Juárez ). /Mexico)

Forward (7): Brenden Aaronson (Leeds United/England), Folarin Balogun (Stade Reims/France), Taylor Booth (Utrecht/Netherlands), Ricardo Pepi (Groningen/Netherlands), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/England), Tim Weah (Lille/France), Alex Zendejas (Club America/Mexico)


Goalkeeper (3): Milan Borjan (Red Star Belgrade/Serbia), Tom McGill (Brighton & Hove Albion/England), Dayne St. Clair (Minnesota United FC/USA)

Defender (8): Derek Cornelius (Malmö FF/Sweden), Scott Kennedy (SSV Jahn Regensburg/Germany), Kamal Miller (Inter Miami CF/USA), Steven Vitória (GD Chaves/Portugal), Dominick Zator (Korona Kielce/Poland), Samuel Adekugbe ( Galatasaray SK/Turkey), Alistair Johnston (Celtic FC/Scotland), Richie Laryea (Toronto FC)

Midfielder (6): Stephen Eustáquio (FC Porto/Portugal), Atiba Hutchinson (Besiktas JK/Turkey), Ismaël Koné (Watford FC/England), Victor Loturi (Ross County FC/Scotland), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC), David Wotherspoon (St. Johnstone ). FC/Scotland)

Forward (6): Lucas Cavallini (Club Tijuana/Mexico), Jonathan David (Lille OSC/France), Cyle Larin (Real Valladolid CF/Spain), Tajon Buchanan (Club Brugge KV/Belgium), Alphonso Davies (FC Bayern Munich/Germany), Junior Hoilett (Reading FC/England)

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