The U.S. women already have had an amazing run so far. Did you see that stoppage-time header into the back of the net?
Well you certainly won’t want to miss the title game this Sunday.
You might have other obligations that keep you from catching all of the game on a big screen. If that’s the case, we have you covered. Sprint will carry the live stream of the women’s soccer World Cup title game featuring the United States against Japan broadcast by ESPN beginning at 2:15 p.m. EDT Sunday. The live game telecast will be accessible on Sprint video-enabled devices through the ESPN Mobile TV channel on Sprint TV®.
Sprint TV is available on most Sprint devices and all Sprint video-enabled phones.
It is available at no additional charge with the Sprint Everything Data plan with Any Mobile, Anytime, which includes unlimited Web, texting and calling to and from any mobile in America while on the Sprint Network. Plans start at just $69.99 per month plus a required $10 Premium Data add-on charge for smartphones. (Pricing excludes taxes and surcharges.)
To see the entire lineup on Sprint TV from your phone or online, go here
To view ESPN, click on the applications icon and then on the Sprint TV icon. Select “Live TV” from the menu at the top, then select the ESPN Mobile TV channel.
ESPN On Demand
Fans interested in more sports action on their phones can also subscribe to ESPN On Demand, which delivers sports highlights and hard-hitting analysis from the top talent in the business. ESPN On Demand is available for $5.95 per month.