USWNT vs SOUTH AFRICA soccer LIVE STREAM
The United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) is set to take on South Africa in a friendly match at the Soldier Field. This match marks the beginning of the USWNT’s journey after their disappointing exit from the 2023 FIFA World Cup. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the match, the kick-off time, and team news.
- Date: September 24, 2023
- Kick-off Time: 5:30 PM ET
- Venue: Soldier Field
- TV: WATCH LIVE HERE
How to Watch Online – TV Channels & Live Streams: You can catch the action live on the following platforms in the United States:
- Sling TV
If you miss the live broadcast, you can watch match highlights on the club’s official YouTube channels after the final whistle. For live updates and more, stay tuned to GOAL.
Team News & Squads: USWNT Team News:
- Julie Ertz is set to play her final match, concluding a remarkable career with 123 appearances.
- Megan Rapinoe will also bid farewell to international competition soon, with a chance to accumulate 204 caps and improve her record of 63 international goals.
- Out of the players from the 2023 Women’s World Cup, twenty-one have been called up for these friendlies. Unfortunately, Sophia Smith and Kristie Mewis will miss out due to injuries.
- Goalkeepers: Naeher, Murphy, Kingsbury
- Defenders: Dunn, Sonnett, Davidson, Krueger, Fox, Huerta, Cook, Girma, Vignola
- Midfielders: Horan, Ertz, Sullivan, Sanchez, Coffey, DeMelo
- Forwards: Morgan, Rapinoe, Williams, Purce, Rodman, Hatch, Thompson, Fishel, Shaw
South Africa Team News:
- South Africa’s squad comprises 22 players, with 19 of them being part of the 2023 World Cup squad.
- Leading scorer Thembi Kgatlana boasts an impressive record of 26 goals in 72 international appearances and currently plays for Racing Louisville FC in the NWSL.
- Midfielder Sinoxolo Cesane, a junior at East Tennessee State University, has been called up along with her twin sister, Noxolo, to represent South Africa in these matches.
Stay tuned for an exciting clash between the USWNT and South Africa at the TQL Stadium on September 21, 2023, and watch as these two teams embark on their post-World Cup journeys.