The United States and France face each other in quarter-final matchup in the FIFA Women & # 39; s World Cup Friday. Rank No. 4 in the world, France will be the toughest opponent the US team has faced in this tournament. Their match Friday is scheduled for 9pm. kickoff in france, which is 3 p.m. ONE.
How to see USA vs. France
Fox has women's world championship broadcast rights in the US All English language matches will be broadcast on Fox, FS1
- Date: Friday, June, 7, 2019
- Time: at. ET
- What: FIFA Women's World Cup 2019
- Teams: USA vs France
- Where: Parc des Princes – Paris, France
- TV Channels : Football Test: USA vs. France
The American Women's Team won Group F by defeating Thailand, Chile and Sweden. They continued to defeat group B runner-up Spain 2-1 in the 16th round. The fight was without a doubt the American team's worst performance of the tournament. Both US goals came from a penalty shootout while Spain scored their only goal out of a miscue by American goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher.
That was the only goal the US has allowed in the tournament so far. As the United States, France won all three games to win group A. For sixteen, France faced Brazil, who came third in Group C. Their performance in the match was shaky and demanded two overtime periods to beat Brazil, 2-1. 19659015] Brazil's goal was the first scored against France in the tournament. In their second round match against Norway, French defender Wendie Renard mistakenly kicked the ball into his own net while trying to clear it away.
Tape of the Band: USA vs. France  France and the United States have met 23 times when the United States wins 17 of the matches, draws three and loses three. Their last World Cup meeting was in the 2011 tournament hosted by Germany. The United States won the semi-final meeting 3-1. France ended the fourth year and the United States came in second.
The latest meeting between the United States and France was a friendly meeting on January 19. France won the match 3-1. The lonely American goal was scored by Mallory Pugh in the last moments of the match.