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U.S. National Teams

U.S. WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAM

February 20, 2013
ALGARVE ON TV
USWNT Games will be carried on PPV


Womenís National Team Algarve Cup matches will be shown on US television for the first time, thanks to a pay-per-view  agreement with Integrated Sports Media.
Womenís National Team Algarve Cup matches will be shown on US television for the first time, thanks to a pay-per-view agreement with Integrated Sports Media.
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All four of the United States Women's National Team games during the upcoming Algarve Cup will be carried on pay-per-view, BigAppleSoccer.com has learned.

Integrated Sports Media, a New Jersey-based company which provided pay-per-view coverage of numerous soccer events obtained the rights to the Algarve Cup after the organizer's deal to carry the games via live streaming fell through. This will be the first time the Algarve Cup is shown on any type of U.S. television outlet. Integrated has not yet released details of the broadcasts.

The U.S. plays three games in group play, against Iceland on March 6, China PR on March 8, and Sweden to close our group play on March 11. The U.S. team will play a placement game based on their group standing on March 13, at a time to be determined.



 
 
 
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