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ESPN Airs Part 2 of ‘Inside U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil’ Tonight

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The second part of ESPN’s “Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil” will air tonight at 10pm ET on ESPN. The six part series premiered Tuesday May 13th and continues until June 11th, one day before the World Cup kick-off. The half-hour long specials feature an inside look into Jurgen Klinsmann and his team’s preparations for the World Cup at Stanford University, and will also follow the team during the Send-Off Series matches.

Along with the Send-Off Series beginning with U.S. v Azerbaijan on May 27th in Candlestick Park, the series will feature the 23-man roster when selected and behind-the-scenes footage of the final Send-Off Series matches versus Turkey on June 1st at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey and Nigeria at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida on June 7th.

The finale of the series will be a live discussion on the final 23-man U.S. Men’s National Team squad, experts will analyze the team and their chances in Brazil in the infamous “Group of Death” where the United States will play their first game against Ghana on June 16th.

The schedule for the final five episodes of the series is:
All times are EST

May 21, Wednesday, 10-10:30 p.m.: Episode 2
May 29, Thursday, 7:30-8 p.m.: Episode 3
June 3, Tuesday, 7:30-8 p.m.: Episode 4
June 10, Tuesday, 8:30-9:30 p.m.: Episode 5
June 11, Wednesday, 9:30-10 p.m.: LIVE series finale – Epilogue

Here’s a sneak preview of tonight’s episode:

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4 Responses to ESPN Airs Part 2 of ‘Inside U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil’ Tonight

  1. Grayson says:

    aaaaannnndddd it started late because of a baseball game going long, so my DVR only caught 15 minutes of it, with no replays. Thanks ESPN! Awesome show, crappy delivery.

  2. goisles01 says:

    I see the USMNT are training in Northern Cal. right now, but what are the plans to acclimate the team to the oppressive weather conditions they are going to face in Brazil

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