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Honduras vs. USA World Cup qualifier: Sept. 5, 2017

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Honduras vs. USA in the World Cup qualifier, you’ve come to the right place.

After losing to Costa Rica on Friday, the United States Men’s National Team faces a difficult test on Tuesday night against Honduras. The game will not be televised on ESPN or FOX Sports. Instead, you can only find it on beIN SPORTS and Universo, as well as legal streaming services. More details below.

Match: Honduras vs. USA
Kickoff: Tuesday, 5:35pm ET
Looking to watch Honduras vs. USA online from your work, home or on the go? If you live in the USA, there are several options to catch all the action.

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Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:

Who: Honduras vs. USA
What: World Cup qualifier
When: Game kicks off at 5:35pm ET / 2:35pm PT; Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Where: Live on beIN SPORTS, Universo, Sling World Sports (7-day free trial)

With Sling World Sports, you can watch Honduras vs. USA and tons of other World Cup qualifiers with a free 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or hook it up to your TV with Google Chromecast or Roku.

Plus Sling World Sports, the legal streaming service, also streams MLS, select USMNT and USWNT games, Euro 2020, select World Cup qualifiers, Euro 2020 qualifying games, DFB Pokal, select friendlies, UEFA Super Cup, World Cup 18/22/26, Women’s World Cup 2019 and more.

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SEE MORE: Schedule of World Cup qualifiers on US TV and streaming

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11 Comments

11 Comments

  1. Ken

    September 5, 2017 at 7:48 pm

    Glad us soccer chose a second rate and unavailable network to show the cup… would hate to see soccer gain traction with greater visibility via espn and the like….
    imo you shouldn’t have to search high and low to see our national team….. yet tennis me around the horn are readily available on espn as substitutes…. pathetic marketing and viability effort by us soccer…..

    • CTBlues

      September 6, 2017 at 8:22 am

      The US doesn’t have the rights to away games. FOX and ESPN don’t want to pay the crazy fees the local FA’s charge for the CONCACAF WC qualifiers so the sheiks of Qatar pay for it so be grateful because the only way we used to get them was if a bar paid a satellite company to show it with a cover charge similar to the Six Nations in rugby.

      As for the Open Cup I think the final is the only game on BeIn. ESPN has games mostly on ESPN3 but they televise some if the match up is good and they have opening in their schedule.

      • Christopher Harris

        September 6, 2017 at 8:56 am

        The US Open Cup Final will be on ESPN2 on September 20.

  2. Christopher Harris

    September 5, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    If you’re experiencing issues with fuboTV not working, try Sling World Sports (which offers a free 7-day trial). Sign up at http://worldsoc.cr/2wDzVOU

    • Jack S.

      September 5, 2017 at 6:34 pm

      Thanks for the tip! Did that just now and am currently watching a “Hair Club for Men” commercial. Hopefully it’s a halftime advert.

  3. Jack S.

    September 5, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    Signed up with fubo.tv today and was watching some of the Brazil v. Columbia match on my Roku and then tried to change to the USA v. Honduras game and the fubo.tv app on the Roku no longer loads. Rebooted the Roku and get the same thing – app launches and I see ‘Retrieving….’ on the screen for about a minute or two then the app exits.
    Then tried to access the game via my web browser through fubo.tv’s website. No dice. I click on the link to the live match on their home page after signing in and I see a black page with an endless spinning circle.

    Anyone else experiencing trouble with fubo this afternoon? I’m thinking a cancelled membership and a refund is in my immediate future.

    • MDFootball

      September 5, 2017 at 5:49 pm

      Yes, same here.

      • Jack S.

        September 5, 2017 at 6:01 pm

        Tried to access http://fubo.tv from another PC in the house (via web browser) and their website routes me to a webpage that says that fubo.tv is not available in your area.

        Nice. Complete meltdown, by the look of it. I guess I’m off to find a stream somewhere on the Internet.

  4. The Auditor

    September 5, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    Surprised he didn’t bring up the names of Telemundo execs, or tell us to watch YouTube clips of Bocanegra to judge for ourselves, or tell us how Andres Cantor was hard to understand in the OIympics in 2000, or how the PxP’r misidentified a goal scorer in an Atlanta United match on regional TV months ago…

  5. Oliver Tse

    September 5, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Looks like Telemundo Deportes will have its “B” team calling the Honduras vs USA match on Universo from Hialeah, Florida: Copan Alvarez (pxp) and Sammy Sadovnik (analysis). Ana Jurka should be the host as she is Honduran. The last time Universo did a Honduras match, Frederik Oldenburg was on the ground as the reporter.

    That would allow Telemundo Deportes to save its “A” team for Costa Rica vs Mexico on Telemundo: Andres Cantor (pxp), Manuel Sol (analysis), Carlos Hermosillo (studio pundit), and Miguel Gurwitz (host).

    beIN has rounded up freelancers from the “B” list to go with staff talent Kevin Egan (host), Phil Schoen (pxp), and Julian Gonzales (reporter – HON bench): Jovan Kirovski (analysis), Carlos Bocanegra (studio pundit), Ali Kreiger (studio pundit), Jimmy Conrad (studio pundit), and Heath Pearce (reporter – USA bench).

    Every word that comes out of Bocanegra will be parsed and dissected, as he is the undisputed front-runner for the studio pundit role on UEFA Champions League telecasts on Turner Sports (truTV, TNT, TBS) starting next season. He is the prohibitive 1-20 favorite to land that job (95% probability) for one reason and one reason only (besides his resume, which is more than good enough): he lives in Atlanta and he can do the job at least $500/day cheaper (no travel cost) than any other candidate.

    • Fake Soccer Insider

      September 5, 2017 at 12:27 pm

      Love how you feel the need to include your turner front runner line in every long wind bag post you make like you are involved in the process. I am surprised you didn’t mention Katy Riley or Brittany Arnold again. Only people who will be dissecting his words are losers with nothing better to do than play pretend soccer broadcaster insider.

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